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Howlett Named Assistant Dean

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Dr. Allyn Howlett
Professor
Physiology and Pharmacology

I am pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Allyn Howlett, Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology as Assistant Dean in the Graduate School. Dr. Howlett is a professor in the department of Physiology …

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Dr. Erik Brady Joins the Graduate School Staff

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I am excited to announce the addition of Dr. Erik Brady in a key position in the Graduate School as Director of Graduate Education Programs. This position will include key elements of the traditional role of the registrar as well …

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The 2015 Mike & Lucy Robbins Graduate Scholarship Fund Winner

Matthew C. Walb, PhD Candidate
Department of Physics
Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

Research Overview:
We are interested in the carcinogenic risks of low dose radiation, specifically on lung tumorigenesis. Motivated by an increase in imaging …

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2015 Winston <40 Leadership Award!

Bryan Wilson, a PhD/MBA Graduate Student in the Molecular Medicine and Translational Sciences program at the Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences and the Schools of Business is a proud recipient of the 2015 Winston<40 Leadership …

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Physics Grad Student Named Congressional Science and Engineering Fellow

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Physics graduate student Jeremy W. Ward, who successfully defended his thesis in April, has been selected as the 2015-2016 MRS/TMS Congressional Science and Engineering Fellow.

Ward was selected to serve a one-year term working as a special legislative assistant on
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2015 MMTS Reidar Wallin Teaching Award Recipient

Molecular Medicine and Translational Sciences Graduate Program

In 2011 we started a new tradition of honoring a faculty member in the MMTS program with a teaching award for their contributions to the MMTS graduate program. Dr. Michael Seeds was the …

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Sports Storytelling Program for Graduate Students

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An exciting Sports Storytelling Program offered this summer will feature DFP Professor of Practice Peter Gilbert and his producing partner, NBA All-Star and TNT analyst Chris Webber.

The program gives Wake graduate students the opportunity to earn 6 credits hours …

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