The BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism invited Fernando Teson to campus on November 8 for a talk on global justice. Teson, a legal scholar and political philosopher, shared his thoughts about how to achieve global justice by liberalizing trade and immigration, ending tyranny and corruption, and privatizing aid. An audience of about 100 students, faculty, and staff members attended his talk in Broyhill Auditorium.
- Professor James Otteson named a Favorite Business Professor Of The Class of 2020 by Poets & Quants 5.18.2020
- Dom Maggio (BEM ‘20) signed as free agent to the Baltimore Ravens 4.28.2020
- Wake Forest alumni and thought leaders tapped to help revitalize the American economy 4.22.2020
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