Universities across the U.S. have developed programs to attract women and under-represented minorities to the STEM disciplines. So why aren’t more of these students declaring a major in science, technology, engineering and math – and seeing it through to a career in research or academia? At Wake Forest University, students, faculty and administrators are tackling […]
Wake Forest University has appointed Olga Pierrakos as founding chair of the Department of Engineering, one of Wake Downtown’s new anchoring academic programs, which will begin offering classes this fall.
Grooming Barbie®’s hair is one thing, but grooming her latest ad campaign is quite another. That’s the opportunity at hand for Wake Forest University education professor Linda Nielsen, a leading expert on fathers and daughters, who is now weighing in on marketing efforts for the world’s most iconic doll.
Wake Downtown classes begin Tuesday, Jan. 10, marking the beginning of an historic era for Wake Forest University as it moves undergraduate courses into Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in downtown Winston-Salem.
Developing a comprehensive map of the molecular changes in the human body that occur in response to physical activity is the focus of a new $170 million National Institutes of Health (NIH) awards program that will support researchers across the country, including Wake Forest University professors of Health and Exercise Science researchers Jack Rejeski and […]