News and Features
April 14, 2014
Diggs Gallery Director Belinda Tate pens guest column
Belinda Tate, Director of the Diggs Gallery, wrote a guest column entitled “Let’s keep up our commitment to public art” for the Winston-Salem Journal.
April 11, 2014
Professor Theresa Singleton publishes latest research
Theresa Singleton, Associate Professor of Life Sciences, has published the latest research findings from her research group in the journal Gene.
Graduating seniors in the department of Art + Visual Studies will have their works on exhibit in the Diggs Gallery beginning April 9, 2014. A reception and talks with the artists will be held on April 11, 2014. The exhibition will kick-off the re-opening of the Diggs Gallery following renovations.
Dean Corey D. B. Walker will deliver his inaugural lecture as the John W. and Anna Hodgin Hanes Professor of the Humanities on April 10, 2014 in the Diggs Gallery. The title of his lecture is “The Humanities and An/Other Human.”
Nickolay Histov, Assistant Professor in the department of Life Sciences and Design Researcher at the Center for Design Innovation, will host a screening of The Matrix at the new Innovation and Cinema film and speaker series presented by Wake Forest Innovation Quarter and A/perture cinema.
The Diggs Gallery hosted a free legal workshop conducted by Wake Forest Law’s Community Law and Business Clinic and Pro Bono Project for graduating students in the arts.
Elva Jones, Professor and Chair of the department of Computer Science, will be a recipient of the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award at the Winston-Salem Chronicle’s 29th Annual Community Service Awards program.
WSSU professors Fred-Rick Roundtree, Mesia Moore Steed, Margaret Poston, and Pamela Simmons conducted an ACT preparation workshop for 28 Winston-Salem high school students.