Organizations are eager to find innovative workers because of their ability to see opportunities for improvement in areas that might otherwise go overlooked. But research shows that if these innovative employees are women, they are less likely to be rewarded for their innovations than if they are men. The post Women are less likely to […]
Hundreds of Wake Forest students, faculty and staff will run laps around Hearn Plaza on Thursday, Oct. 4, for ‘Hit the Bricks.’ The event will be held from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. The post ‘Hit the Bricks’ relay race raises money for cancer research appeared first on Wake Forest News.
Chemists study the ways in which substances interact, combine and change. Wake Forest’s newly renovated Salem Hall is the perfect place for those activities to happen both in the lab and among faculty and students. The post Salem Hall renovation synergizes research and collaboration appeared first on Wake Forest News.
In her biting new memoir Small Fry, Lisa Brennan-Jobs, daughter of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, paints a portrait of her father that is far from flattering. Brennan-Jobs’ forgiveness of her father’s flaws and reportedly cruel behavior, leaves some perplexed – but not Linda Nielsen, a nationally renowned expert on father-daughter relationships. The post Father-daughter expert: […]
Community exercise programs that incorporated resistance or aerobic training were unable to prevent bone loss associated with active weight loss of older, obese adults who were cutting calories, according to a new study by Wake Forest University health and exercise science professor Kristen Beavers. The post Bone loss still likely in dieting seniors, despite strength training […]