Wake Forest investigators have received over $3.6 million from external
sponsors so far this fiscal year. Twenty-seven proposals requesting nearly
$11.5 million have been submitted.
Two faculty and staff members received their first externally-sponsored
awards:
Amanda Gengler, Sociology, received funding from the American Sociologi-
cal Association for her study titled “Turning Science Fiction into "Science
Fact:" Selling the Promise of Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medi-
cine.”
Sara Kugler, Anna Julia Cooper Center and the Pro Humanitate Institute,
received a grant from the National Science Foundation to collaborate with
Vanderbilt and Fisk Universities on the project “Collaborative Research:
AGEP Transformation Alliance: Bridging the PhD to Postdoc to Faculty Tran-
sitions for Women of Color in STEM.”
Planning ahead for spring
The Collaborative Pilot Grants (CPG) program aims to stimulate research
projects between Wake Forest University Reynolda Campus faculty and
another institution, including Wake Forest University Health Sciences, that
will lead to extramural funding for both institutions. Up to $20,000 will be
awarded for each project. The next deadline for the CPG program is Friday,
March 3, 2017.
FACULTY AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN MENTORSHIP IN
RESEARCH AND CREATIVE WORK
Nominations due Friday, November 25
To honor faculty members who have distinguished themselves as excel-
lent mentors of Wake Forest undergraduate scholars, the URECA Center
has established a faculty Award for Excellence in Mentorship in Research
and Creative Work. The award recognizes those faculty who share their
passion for scholarship and creative activities, and who encourage and
inspire their students to work closely with them.
We invite faculty, alums, and students to nominate any faculty member
who served or continues to serve as mentors for undergraduate scholar-
ly work. Nominations are accepted in the Fall semester, and the awards
are presented at Founders' Day Convocation. Please read the guide-
lines here and send your nominations to Tammy Griffin, via email
(burketj@wfu.edu) or hand-deliver them to 104 Reynolda Hall. Nomina-
tions are due by Friday, November 25.
Adobe Creative Cloud and Lynda.com
All faculty, staff and students have access to the Adobe Creative
Cloud and Lynda.com! Adobe Creative Cloud gives you access to a
collection of software for presentation and graphic design, video
editing, web development, photography, and more. Use Lynda.com,
online and anytime, to learn how to use the Adobe Creative Cloud as
well as many other skills. Look for more details from Information
Systems about both of these powerful applications soon! For now,
we encourage you to explore the possibilities by going to software
@ WFU, downloading one or more of the Adobe Creative Cloud
applications, such as Adobe Photoshop, and then accessing
Lynda.com to grow your skillset! Incredible technology resources
are free to you and just a click away!
Workday Update
The implementation of Workday, the enterprise-level software solu-
tion for Human Resources Management, Financial Management,
and Budget and Planning, is underway. The Workday Steering Com-
mittee is establishing the leadership and governance of the Workday
project as well as coordinating preparations for implementation.
Sierra Cedar, the most experienced Workday implementation firm in
higher education, has been selected as our implementation partner.
In addition, a three person project management office, comprised of
a project director, the Sierra Cedar project manager and a Wake
Forest project manager, will direct and manage the effort.
The formal project kickoff meeting for the implementation to Work-
day was held on Wednesday, November 9. Significant work has
already been accomplished in preparation for the first Workday
prototype to be delivered to Wake Forest in early to mid-December.
Click here to learn more about the Workday scope, plan and imple-
mentation.
The following professors have been selected to serve at Wake Forest
abroad/away programs for 2018-2019:
Worrell House:
Fall 2018 Alan Williams (History)
Spring 2019 Kathy Smith (Politics and International Affairs)
Flow House:
Fall 2018 David Levy (Music)
Spring 2019 Ian Taplin (Sociology)
Casa Artom:
Fall 2018 Jeff Holdridge (English)
Spring 2019 Christian Waugh (Psychology)
Southern Cone:
Spring 2019 -- Robert Browne (Biology)
Global AWAKEnings (Copenhagen):
Fall 2018 Sam Gladding (Counseling)
Spring 2019 Eric Stottlemyer (English)
Wake Washington
Spring 2018 Allan Louden (Communication)
Fall 2018 Bernadine Barnes (Art)
Spring 2019 Tom Brister (Politics and International Affairs)
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