Dr. Dani Parker-Moore

Dr. Dani Parker-Moore recently served on a panel about the historic 1960 sit-in following the film “I’m Not My Brother’s Keeper: Leadership and Civil Rights in Winston-Salem.” You can learn more in the Winston-Salem Journal. http://bit.ly/ParkerMoore

Walking the Talk: Bridging Movement and Literacy with Poetry and Visual Art

Professors Alan Brown (Education) and Christina Soriano (Theatre & Dance) recently published an article in the fall 2019 issue of Fringes: The North Carolina English Teachers’ Association Journal. The article is titled “Walking the Talk: Bridging Movement and Literacy with Poetry and Visual Art” and describes the dance education class they co-taught in 2018. The […]

Halloween Science Fun

What happens when two chemicals are mixed together and added to a soap dish? Foam is produced. When this chemical reaction is in a jack-o-lantern, you create a puking pumpkin! After all, who doesn’t think of science when it comes to Halloween? Great demo, Dr. French!‬ ‪What happens when two chemicals are mixed together and […]

From the Ground Up

We can’t wait to hear our own Dr. Ali Sakkal (right) on the saxophone as part of “From the Ground Up,” October 4-5, Hearn Plaza. We’ve heard it’s like synchronized swimming with lawnmowers. What more could you want? We hope you will check it out. https://www.forkliftdanceworks.org/proj…/from-the-ground-up/

Welcome New Faculty Member

Welcome to our newest faculty member, Dr. Debbie French, Assistant Professor of Science Education. Dr. French holds a Ph.D. from University of Wyoming and previously taught at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania. This semester she will be teaching science methods and action research.

WFU Hosts Freedom School

This summer, Wake Forest University Department of Education is hosting Freedom School, a program for elementary and middle school students aimed at strengthening children’s reading skills and closing achievement gaps. Read more from Wake Forest News. See the video and learn more on the Freedom School page.


Congratulations to Professor Emeritus Mary Lynn Redmond, who was honored with the 2019 Southern Conference on Language Teaching (SCOLT) Founders Award. The award is presented to a member who has made significant contributions to SCOLT throughout a number of years and who exemplifies the spirit and ideals of the founders of the organization. https://www.scolt.org/index.php/awards/founders-award