• WFUSB Classes Begin (CEV)

    WFUSB Classes Begin (CEV)

  • School of Business Graduate Programs Commencement Reception & Diploma Distribution

    10:30 am — 12:00 pm

    A reception and distribution of diplomas for graduate programs within the School of Business.

  • WFUSB Classes Begin (WEV)

    WFUSB Classes Begin (WEV)

  • Charlotte MBA Coffee Chat

    7:30 am — 9:00 am

    Are you thinking about earning your MBA? Meet Wake Forest School of Business staff for coffee and casual conversation to learn more about our MBA programs offered in Uptown Charlotte. 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. Come see first-hand why Wake Forest may be a good fit for you! Registration is required.

  • Charlotte MBA Sip & See

    6:00 pm — 7:00 pm

    Are you thinking about earning your MBA? Meet Wake Forest School of Business staff for a drink and casual conversation to learn more about our MBA programs offered in Uptown Charlotte. Participants will also have the opportunity to tour our state-of-the-art facility. 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. Come see first-hand why Wake Forest may be a good fit for you! Registration is required.

  • WFUSB Classes Begin (CST)

    WFUSB Classes Begin (CST)

  • Measurement: How Do We Define Success?

    5:30 pm — 7:00 pm

    The BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism is hosting the annual BB&T Centers and Professors conference this year from May 29–31, 2018. It will feature keynotes and panels exploring how we should assess the value of what we are doing—as professors, as programs or centers, and as institutions of higher education. We will hear from Bryan Caplan, Tom Cushman, John Allison, Roger Ream, Donald Drakeman, Phillip Muñoz, and many others. Speakers and panelists will share experiences and insights about what works and what does not, what adds value and what does not, what methods of assessment we should consider and what we should not, and what paths for the future have promise—and what do not. Events will be held in two of Winston-Salem’s quintessential locations – the historic Kimpton Cardinal Hotel and Wake Forest University’s dynamic Innovation Quarter. Conference registration is free and required, but space is limited. ​To register, please complete the 2018 Conference Registration Form found on our website. Our website also includes additional information on Hotel and Travel, the Itinerary, and answers to some Frequently Asked Questions.

  • Measurement: How Do We Define Success?

    The BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism is hosting the annual BB&T Centers and Professors conference this year from May 29–31, 2018. It will feature keynotes and panels exploring how we should assess the value of what we are doing—as professors, as programs or centers, and as institutions of higher education. We will hear from Bryan Caplan, Tom Cushman, John Allison, Roger Ream, Donald Drakeman, Phillip Muñoz, and many others. Speakers and panelists will share experiences and insights about what works and what does not, what adds value and what does not, what methods of assessment we should consider and what we should not, and what paths for the future have promise—and what do not. Events will be held in two of Winston-Salem’s quintessential locations – the historic Kimpton Cardinal Hotel and Wake Forest University’s dynamic Innovation Quarter. Conference registration is free and required, but space is limited. ​To register, please complete the 2018 Conference Registration Form found on our website. Our website also includes additional information on Hotel and Travel, the Itinerary, and answers to some Frequently Asked Questions.

  • WFUSB Classes Begin (UG, MSA)

    WFUSB Classes Begin (UG, MSA)

  • Measurement: How Do We Define Success?

    7:30 am — 12:00 pm

    The BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism is hosting the annual BB&T Centers and Professors conference this year from May 29–31, 2018. It will feature keynotes and panels exploring how we should assess the value of what we are doing—as professors, as programs or centers, and as institutions of higher education. We will hear from Bryan Caplan, Tom Cushman, John Allison, Roger Ream, Donald Drakeman, Phillip Muñoz, and many others. Speakers and panelists will share experiences and insights about what works and what does not, what adds value and what does not, what methods of assessment we should consider and what we should not, and what paths for the future have promise—and what do not. Events will be held in two of Winston-Salem’s quintessential locations – the historic Kimpton Cardinal Hotel and Wake Forest University’s dynamic Innovation Quarter. Conference registration is free, but space is limited. ​To register, please complete the 2018 Conference Registration Form found on our website. Our website also includes additional information on Hotel and Travel, the Itinerary, and answers to some Frequently Asked Questions.