2009 October

Reinemund discusses economy on CNBC

Dean of Business Steve Reinemund talks about the economy, the need to educate students about the “ethical foundation” for capitalism, and other topics in an interview with CNBC.

Professor comments on Letterman scandal

The David Letterman scandal blew over quickly, writes Professor of Marketing Michelle Roehm, because he announced his indiscretions on his own terms and used his medium – television – and his “core business” – humor – to control the message.

Business programs reach out to veterans

Wake Forest’s graduate business programs already reach out to veterans through scholarships and deferment flexibility. Now, the University is taking another step through the “Yellow Ribbon” program.

iClickers in the classroom

Several professors are using iClickers in their classrooms to create an interactive learning environment and get instant feedback to make sure that students are understanding difficult concepts.

Players honor Prosser by reading

The men’s basketball team is paying tribute to the late Skip Prosser — an avid reader — by teaming with the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools to encourage fourth graders to read more books.

Homecoming and Reunion Weekend!

Since 1834, Wake Forest has opened its doors to students, faculty and visitors from all walks of life. The students who enter the campus leave as believers in Wake Forest, filled with fond memories and well prepared to lead examined and purposeful lives.

You are invited to come back to campus Oct. 9-10 during Homecoming and Reunion Weekend, celebrating the 175th anniversary of Wake Forest. Welook forward to hosting reunion classes (ending in 4s and 9s) and all other Demon Deacon alumni for this memorable weekend.