Community Updates

Working Group membership announced for Strategic Framework process

To advance the University’s Strategic Framework process, five working groups have begun exploring opportunities within the areas of emphasis announced by President Susan R. Wente on December 15. By design, the working group topics may support multiple thematic goals of the Strategic Framework. Learn more here.


Wente delivers presidential address

Wake Forest University President Susan R. Wente presented her second annual presidential address to the University community. During her address, Wente focused on two critically important questions: Who we are now, and who will we become for future generations? She also stressed the importance of Inclusive Excellence in charting this course for the institution. Learn more here.


Wake Forest to implement Personal Observance Day for staff

Beginning in 2023, Wake Forest University will offer a Personal Observance Day for eligible staff to use at their discretion and will remove Good Friday from the 2023 Reynolda Campus Holiday Schedule. Learn more here.

Categories: Human Resources, ODI


WFU launches Affinity Resource Groups for employees

A new type of support and unique community-building opportunity has officially launched this fall for Wake Forest University faculty and staff: Affinity Resource Groups (ARGs). Read the message from the Office of Diversity and Inclusion here.


Wake Forest to name roads honoring four trailblazing professors

President Susan R. Wente shared a message with the campus community on July 25, announcing plans to name four roads on the Reynolda Campus in honor of four trailblazing professors: Elizabeth Phillips, Dolly McPherson, Marjorie “Marge” Crisp and Herman Eure. Read the message from the President here and read the news story here.

Categories: Honorifics


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