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Deacon Profile: Bradley Shugoll

Wake Forest Fellows program headshots, Thursday, August 8, 2013.  Brad Shugoll ('13).

Parker Beverly

October 1, 2020

Brad Shugoll is the Associate Director of Service & Leadership in the Office of Civic & Community Engagement (OCCE). He first came to Wake Forest as an undergraduate in 2009 and returned to work full-time in 2016.  He oversees civic leadership and service traditions such as Hit the Bricks, Pr...

Changes to Wake Forest Graduate School of Business Spring Admissions

Changes to Wake Forest Graduate School of Business Spring Admissions

Parker Beverly

May 19, 2020

For many at Wake Forest, the university's Graduate School of Business is a viable option for continuing their education. Something that makes this more feasible for students is the Accelerated Masters Program. A recent flyer announced their decision to alter their admissions process for spring 2020.  As ...

Student Government Contributes Excess Funds to COVID-19 Response

Student Government Contributes Excess Funds to COVID-19 Response

Parker Beverly

April 21, 2020

During this global pandemic, the university’s motto of pro humanitate is needed to be displayed more than ever. Student Government sought to uphold this integral value of the university when they passed Senate Resolution 7.  Conducting its first virtual Senate meeting on April 14, Student Governm...

COVID-19 Affects Faculty, Staff And Campus Operations

COVID-19 Affects Faculty, Staff And Campus Operations

Parker Beverly

April 9, 2020

On March 15, the university sent out an email announcing the transition to a remote working arrangement “for all colleagues whose work can be performed remotely.” The statement also said that “all employees who are not designated to perform essential services, and work can be performed remotely, s...

Historical Context Informs Contemporary Issues

President-elect Franklin Delano Roosevelt, right, and President Herbert Hoover ride in convertible automobile on its way to the U.S. Capitol for Roosevelt's inauguration in Washington, D.C., March 4, 1933. (Architect of the Capitol/Library of Congress/MCT)

Parker Beverly

February 6, 2020

I’m sure we can all recall trudging down the hallway in high school, dreading going to the inevitable history class. As students struggle to keep their eyes open, the teacher drones on and on about events that happened what feels like eons ago. The American Revolution, the Cold War, the life of Alexander...

Deacon Profile: T.H.M. Gellar-Goad

Photo courtesy of Ken Bennett

Parker Beverly

January 23, 2020

Earlier this month, T.H.M. Gellar-Goad, a professor in the classics department, was awarded the Activism Award from the Lambda Classical Caucus for his work on protecting LGBTQI+ members of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South. Within the university, Gellar-Goad advocates for the LGBT...

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