• Charlotte Spring Mixer @ Sycamore Brewery

    6:00 pm — 8:00 pm

    Join our Student Engagement Council for drinks and networking. Courtesy of the School of Business; all attendees will receive a free drink ticket.

  • Virtual GRE Prep Session

    6:00 pm — 9:00 pm

    Start prepping for the most widely taken graduate school admissions test from the comfort of your own home! Offered free of charge, this three-hour online session will review the structure of the GRE, the types of questions and knowledge that the test expects you to understand, and of course a look at real GRE questions in addition to tips for preparation and test-taking. Prep sessions are open to prospective students interested in any of our graduate business programs. Registration is required.

  • Eudaimonia Conference Keynote Address

    7:00 pm — 8:30 pm

    This conference aims to promote high-quality interdisciplinary, theoretical, and empirical research that develops a better understanding of eudaimonia, its determinants, and its institutional implications. This year’s keynote address will be delivered by Deirdre McCloskey, Distinguished Professor Emerita of Economics, History, English, and Communication at the University of Illinois at Chicago. A well-known economist and historian and rhetorician, she has written 17 books and around 400 scholarly pieces on topics ranging from technical economics and statistical theory to transgender advocacy and the ethics of the bourgeois virtues. As exemplified by her ambitious work on economic, intellectual, and cultural history in her “Bourgeois Era” trilogy, the impressive breadth of Dr. McCloskey’s scholarship is matched only by its depth. Eudaimonia is Aristotle’s word for “well-being,” “happiness,” or “flourishing.” The well-being and the flourishing of individuals, the happiness of families, and the prospering of communities is strongly affected by the economic, political, moral, and cultural institutions in which they live. To live a productive and fulfilling life requires an understanding of the nature, benefits, liabilities, and of the profound ways these institutions shape and are shaped by individuals’ life projects. Our challenge is to explore, understand, and prepare ourselves and the next generations to take advantage of the enormous potential for human flourishing created by sound institutions.

  • WFUSB Classes End (UG)

    WFUSB Classes End (UG)

  • Table at Tate’s

    5:30 pm — 7:00 pm

    Are you a working professional and considering an MBA from the Wake Forest School of Business? Meet with Kevin Bender, Executive Director of the Evening MBA program, for casual drinks and conversation to learn more about our Evening MBA program in Winston Salem. If you have questions about the admissions process, curriculum and/or student life, this is a great opportunity to get answers in a one-on-one setting. We encourage you to talk with Kevin and see first-hand why Wake Forest may be a good fit for you!

  • Lunch & Learn: Investing with Impact

    11:30 am — 1:00 pm

    Dan Fogel, PhD, Director of Graduate Programs in Sustainability, Wake Forest University Holly Welch Stubbing, J.D., Executive VP & In-House Counsel, Foundation for the Carolinas Andy Young, Senior Vice President, Morgan Stanley The relationship between private capital markets and the well-being of society and our planet has become a high profile topic of interest to many people. Investing with Impact is designed to help those on the demand and supply side of investing to navigate the broad area of investing to have positive social and environmental impact and make financial returns. We will discuss impact investing, socially responsible investing, and environmental, social, and governance (ESG) screening, as well as measuring impact. Registration is required. Open to current and prospective students, alumni and guests. Lunch will be provided. Parking is available at the Charlotte Center but validation will not be available for the event.

  • WFUSB Classes End (CST)

    WFUSB Classes End (CST)

  • WFUSB Classes End (CEV)

    WFUSB Classes End (CEV)

  • WFUSB Classes End (MSA, MSBA, WEV)

    WFUSB Classes End (MSA, MSBA, WEV)

  • Charlotte MBA GMAT Prep

    5:30 pm — 9:00 pm

    It’s never too soon to start preparing for the GMAT! Join us for a preparatory session to gain test insights, review GMAT questions, and learn test-taking tips. An entire quantitative section of the GMAT is covered during the three-hour session held from 6-9pm. Optional: Arrive at 5:30pm and have the opportunity to interact with current Wake Forest MBA students. Our GMAT Prep Workshops are offered at no charge and are open to prospective students interested in any of our graduate business programs. Registration is required.