Wake Forest Stories

Two WFU engineering professors get water quality research grant

October 20, 2021

IdeasCity WS wraps up a year of collaborations

October 11, 2021

Grant provides hands-on STEM experience for high schoolers

October 7, 2021

City of Arts and Ideas: A Photo Story

October 5, 2021

Wake Forest Graduates First Class of Liberal Arts Engineers

May 6, 2021

Michael Gross named faculty director for the Center for Entrepreneurship

March 15, 2021

Conference to look at character through a professional lens

March 1, 2021

Honoring Henrietta Lacks: When Art, Research, and Justice Combine

February 6, 2021

A timely assignment: Wake students complete COVID-19 class project

December 9, 2020

Dr. Ke Zhang Receives Funding by National Institute of Health for Research on Multifunctional Proteins

December 3, 2020

WFU students provide STEM and art kits for elementary children

November 11, 2020

WFU awarded $700K+ to advance new model for engineering education

October 8, 2020

Wake Forest and the New Museum present ‘IdeasCity Winston-Salem’

October 1, 2020

The power of professors: Peer learning communities advance the art of teaching during a pandemic

August 4, 2020

Engineering Professors Don’t Miss a Beat During Remote Learning

May 21, 2020

$3 Million NSF Grant Supports Search for Heat-Tolerant Tomatoes 

April 20, 2020

Beer and STEM subjects collide in series presented by Wake Downtown & Wake Forest University

April 1, 2020

Wake Forest sophomore named Brooke Owens Fellow

February 14, 2020

WFU Expert: Containing the spread of coronavirus

February 3, 2020

Wake Forest’s engineering program builds upon a culture of inclusivity

June 18, 2019

Wake Downtown grant will take STEM lessons into K-12 classrooms

June 7, 2019

Wake Forest engineering gains momentum, receives prestigious invitation to join KEEN

August 21, 2018

Self-driving cars: WFU engineering students kick the tires on safety and ethical issues

May 2, 2018

Wake Downtown receives Downtown Excellence Award

Feb. 28, 2018

‘This is perfect’: WFU launches engineering program enriched by liberal arts

August 18, 2017

Classes begin at Wake Downtown, Wake Forest’s urban satellite campus

Jan. 10, 2017

WFU embarks on new era as Wake Downtown classes begin in the Innovation Quarter

Jan. 5, 2017

WFU announces Biomedical Sciences and Engineering programs

March 18, 2016

Undergraduate Classes in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter

Sept. 16, 2015

News Coverage

Technology Overtakes Tobacco in Winston-Salem, N.C.
New York Times

How to Make Strategic Big Bets
Chronicle of Higher Ed

Classes start at Wake Downtown in the Innovation Quarter
Winston-Salem Journal

Wake Forest University marks milestone with opening of downtown campus
Time Warner Cable News

Students begin classes at Wake Downtown

Downtown A-WAKE-ening
Journal Now

Innovation Quarter a ‘game changer’ for Winston-Salem
Buckley Report, WGHP Fox 8 News

How Tech Helped Winston-Salem Quit Tobacco

WakeDowntown: Liberal Arts Education in an Innovation Ecosystem
The Hub

New residential, retail and parking complex planned in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter
Winston-Salem Journal

Wake Forest’s New Frontier – Part 1
Wake Forest Magazine

Wake Forest’s New Frontier – Part 2
Wake Forest Magazine

WFU to offer biomedical sciences and engineering programs at the Innovation Quarter
Winston-Salem Journal

Wake Forest University making a home for new academic programs in Innovation Quarter
Triad Business Journal

Wake Downtown will house new biomedical science and engineering programs

Wake Forest expands downtown
Inside Higher Ed

Wake Forest University to offer new programs in 2017
Time Warner Cable News

The Syllabus: Wake Forest Grows
Greensboro News & Record

Inmar to fund computer science scholarships at Wake Forest University
Triad Business Journal

Eric Tomlinson: No dust on us – or our vision
Winston-Salem Journal Guest Column

Wake Forest Innovation Quarter Eyes Further Expansion
Time Warner Cable News

Groundbreaking for $39.8M redevelopment project is Friday
Triad Business Journal

Innovation Quarter Gets National Recognition
Winston-Salem Journal

Exploring the WFIQ
Winston-Salem Monthly

Lauren Lowman Teaching EGR Students
Sci Tech Summer Program. Israel Suarez teaches Boys from the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club about rocket propulsion.
Biochemistry 370 Lab
Urban Photography course taught at Wake Downtown
Maya Angelou Garden Party 2018
Center for Molecular Retreat 2019 Lunch in the Courtyard
Joy Rushfelt Ribbons Installation