Dr. Linda Nielsen’s Blog Post

Dr. Linda Nielsen recently penned a blog post for Institute for Family Studies called “An ‘Un-distancing’ Pandemic Proposal for Fathers and Daughters.” Her new book on father-daughter relationships is scheduled for release on Father’s Day 2020. https://ifstudies.org/…/an-un-distancing-pandemic-proposal-…

EDU 103A Fall 2020

This fall semester we are excited to offer two sections of EDU 103a: Preparing for Community Engagement, taught by Shelley Sizemore, Director of Community Partnerships for Wake Forest University’s Office of Civic and Community Engagement.

Featured Alum Emily Goodson

Congratulations to Emily Goodson (’07), Founder & CEO of CultureSmart in Santa Monica, CA, on being featured in WFU’s Alumni Personal & Career Development Center’s Deacon Spotlight. Emily is a graduate of the English education program. https://alumni.opcd.wfu.edu/deacon-spotlight/deacon-spotlight-emily-goodson/

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

Alumni Guy Hill Honored

Congrats to Guy Hill (’96, MAEd) on being honored at the 2020 NC Black History Month Celebration as a pioneering educator who has made groundbreaking contributions to our state. The event was held at the North Carolina Executive Mansion on February 11. Guy is currently an English teacher at Triton High School in Harnett County.

edCamp336 2020

We are excited for edCamp336 on March 28 at Wake Forest University in collaboration with Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools. edCamp336 is free and open to educators and administrators from across the state. Register today! bit.ly/edcamp336

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 […]

Students Present at NCTE

Undergraduates Taylor Crandall & Elijah Shalaway and graduate student Brandon Petras presented on Sunday at the annual “Future Is Now” session at the National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention in Baltimore. They were great representatives of Wake Forest University and the Department of Education.