Dr. Alan Brown is collaborating with Professor Christina Soriano from the Department of Theatre & Dance on DCE 122: Movement for Men this semester. Kim Underwood from Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools followed the class to Brunson Elementary School yesterday. Check out this article about what he saw. https://www.wsfcs.k12.nc.us/site/default.aspx…
Don’t miss the upcoming community forum on public education called “Our Kids Can’t Wait” sponsored by the NC Justice Center and WFU’s Pro Humanitate Institute. The panel will take place on October 17 at 6pm in the ZSR Library Auditorium and features Dr. Dani Parker-Moore, Assistant Professor of Multicultural Education in the Department of Education.
Dr. Adam Friedman will be teaching EDU 101: Issues and Trends in Education as a summer course beginning on July 8 at the Worrell House in London. Interested students should contact Dr. Friedman.
Faculty Update: Congratulations to Dr. Mary Lynn Redmond, who will retire this spring after 29 years in the Department of Education at Wake Forest University. Dr. Redmond is the epitome of a teacher-scholar, and she has been an incredible mentor to faculty and students across the Wake Forest campus. Please take a moment to read […]
Congratulations to Dr. Adam Friedman and Dr. Alan Brown, who received tenure and promotion this week at Wake Forest University. Dr. Friedman was promoted to Full Professor, and Dr. Brown was promoted to Associate Professor. They are pictured here at the celebration with Dr. Leah McCoy.
Wake Forest University’s Secrest Series will host an evening with saxophone player extraordinaire Branford Marsalis on Thursday, March 22, at 7:30pm. Our own Dr. Ali Sakkal will enrich your concert-going experience with a pre-performance talk at 6:30 pm in Wait Chapel as he is joined by Mr. Marsalis for a discussion about the evening’s performance. […]
Earlier this week, Dr. Mary Lynn Redmond taught her final foreign language methods class at Wake Forest University. After class, she posed with her students, whose studies include French, Spanish, German, Japanese, Russian, and Chinese. They are an amazing group of future educators and international leaders who were taught this semester by a world-class teacher.
Congratulations to Joe and Lucy Milner for receiving the Ragan-Rubin Award for Literary Achievement at the 2017 annual conference of the North Carolina English Teachers’ Association.
Dr. Mary Lynn Redmond and WFU alum Leslie Baldwin participated with world language professionals in an event at Stough Elementary School in Raleigh, which celebrated a report done by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences on America’s Languages. The panel included Dr. Jeff Braden (NC State Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences), David Price […]
Congratulations to Dr. Mary Lynn Redmond, who will receive the ACTFL Wilga Rivers Award for Leadership in Foreign Language Education in November. Dr. Redmond was nominated by the Southern Conference on Language Teaching with support from colleagues and alumni. In 2005, Dr. Redmond previously received the ACTFL Anthony Papalia Award for Excellence in Teacher Education. […]