Room 476 Calendar

Upcoming Classes & Workshops

  • Graphic Novel Book Club is a WFU community interest group that meets throughout the academic semester to discuss graphic novels and comics. Whether you’re new to the format or a lifelong comics & graphic novels fan, join us for entertaining discussion and a chance to discover your next favorite graphic novel! Fall 2019 Program: The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi Friday, Sept. 13, 4-5pm, ZSR Room 476 Batman: Year One by Frank Miller Friday, Oct. 18, 4-5pm, ZSR Room 476 Jessica Jones: Alias Vol. 1 by Brian Michael Bendis Friday, November 8, 4-5pm, ZSR Room 476 Copies of our Fall 2019 titles are made available to undergraduate student participants with funding from the Student Activity Fee (The Office of Student Engagement). Students must register for the event to receive a copy of the book. Additionally, each of the Fall 2019 program titles are available on hold at ZSR Library.
  • Your one stop shop for preparing to engage in a community-based project. This workshop covers relationship building, project scoping, and impact measurement while also highlighting several different theories of community engagement to help you think critically about your own community-based work. This workshop can be tailored by audience and includes personal goal setting. Registration is required for this event.
  • The Office of the Dean of the College in conjunction with the Andrew Mellon Foundation will be hosting discussion groups for Kiese Laymon's book Heavy in advance of his residency on campus this October. Free copies of the book will be available to the first 40 people who register. Discussions will be one hour long. Food and drinks will be available! Registration is required for this event.
  • The Office of the Dean of the College in conjunction with the Andrew Mellon Foundation will be hosting discussion groups for Kiese Laymon's book Heavy in advance of his residency on campus this October. Free copies of the book will be available to the first 40 people who register. Discussions will be one hour long. Food and drinks will be available! Registration is required for this event.
  • The Office of the Dean of the College in conjunction with the Andrew Mellon Foundation will be hosting discussion groups for Kiese Laymon's book Heavy in advance of his residency on campus this October. Free copies of the book will be available to the first 40 people who register. Discussions will be one hour long. Food and drinks will be available! Registration is required for this event.
  • Participants in Social Justice 101 will investigate identity, power, and privilege; consider systems of oppression and liberation; and identify strategies for advocacy and social change. Registration is required for this event.
  • Participants in Social Justice 101 will investigate identity, power, and privilege; consider systems of oppression and liberation; and identify strategies for advocacy and social change. Registration is required for this event.
  • In this highly participatory workshop, you will work alongside other workshop participants to dig deeper into seminal moments in the history of Winston-Salem and ask questions about what they tell us about the city we live in, the residents that have led and continue to lead it, and the work that still needs to be done. Registration is required for this event.
  • Graphic Novel Book Club is a WFU community interest group that meets throughout the academic semester to discuss graphic novels and comics. Whether you’re new to the format or a lifelong comics & graphic novels fan, join us for entertaining discussion and a chance to discover your next favorite graphic novel! Fall 2019 Program: The Complete Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi Friday, Sept. 13, 4-5pm, ZSR Room 476 Batman: Year One by Frank Miller Friday, Oct. 18, 4-5pm, ZSR Room 476 Jessica Jones: Alias Vol. 1 by Brian Michael Bendis Friday, November 8, 4-5pm, ZSR Room 476 Copies of our Fall 2019 titles are made available to undergraduate student participants with funding from the Student Activity Fee (The Office of Student Engagement). Students must register for the event to receive a copy of the book. Additionally, each of the Fall 2019 program titles are available on hold at ZSR Library.