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Sports Storytelling Program for Graduate Students


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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Graduate School Alumni Works to Prevent Military Troop Injuries


In 2000, Kerry Danelson, PhD, earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., where she first heard about combining engineering and medicine to prevent injuries. When she left the Army …

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Graduate School Alumni Co-Author of Review and Resource Manual

Dr. Kim M. Hutchinson (MS Epidemiology and Health Services Research, ’03 and Post-Doctoral Fellow in Public Health Sciences) has co-authored the 4th edition of the Review and Resource Manual for Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurses (2012). This manual is recommended …

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Whitlow Named Director of M.D./Ph.D. Program

Radiology, Neuroradiology

I am pleased to announce that Dr. Chris Whitlow has been chosen to direct the M.D./Ph.D. program. Dr. Whitlow is in many respects a natural choice to lead the M.D./Ph.D. Program. He is an academic physician-scientist, splitting his time between …

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Graduate Student Wins NASA Fellowship


NASA scientists will help Aaron Willey become a better teacher. Willey, who earned her master’s of arts in education degree from Wake Forest in May, was one of 51 teachers awarded an Endeavor Fellowship with the National Aeronautics and Space …

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Excellence in Entrepreneurship

Deepa Pakianathan(2)

“You have to be a true visionary. It’s something that has to come from within,” said Deepa Pakianathan, the 2012 recipient of the Excellence in Entrepreneurship award given at the Center for Innovation, Creativity, and Entrepreneurship annual awards banquet.

Pakianathan, …

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“Finding Grace in the Concert Hall”, by Linda Randall


As a 2008 MA graduate from the Religion Department, Linda’s book, Finding Grace in the Concert Hallwill be released at the end of October. This ethnography was an outgrowth of her thesis written under the guidance of several Wake …

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