Wednesday, January 31

Hours: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

  • ZSR Library, Special Collections & Archives Research Room (Room 625)
    2017 marks the 100th anniversary of the United States declaration of war on Germany, which sent thousands of Americans to the front lines in France. The American soldiers, nurses, doctors, volunteers, and others who experienced the Great War came home profoundly changed, and this exhibit traces the effects of the war experience on the art and literature of the 1920s and 30s. The exhibit is on view in the Special Collections & Archives reading room (ZSR 625) and is open to the public 9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m., Mondays Fridays throughout the fall semester. Evening and weekend hours are available by appointment. Class visits and guided tours are also available. Please contact or call 336-758-6175 for more information.
  • ZSR Library, Room 204
    Join us to learn about how to protect your computer and your data here at Wake Forest University and at home. Topics covered in this class include: Physical technology security basics Data security basics Working with personally identifiable information How to protect yourself and others And more! We look forward to seeing you there! PLEASE NOTE: Registration is required for this event.
  • ZSR Library, 665
    Could your classroom teaching experience use some enlivening? Re-energized teaching comes from re-energized teachers. This workshop will mine the techniques used by actors to create compelling, authentic performances show after show and explore ways to apply acting skills that can enhance your teaching performance.
  • ZSR Library, Room 476
    Zotero is a powerful open-source citations manager and research tool that integrates directly into the Firefox, Chrome or Safari web browser. Participants will learn how to install and start using Zotero to cite sources and create bibliographies in a matter of minutes. This workshop includes capturing citations from the ZSR Library catalog and databases, storing your collections online with a Zotero cloud account and outputting content in a variety of citation styles. Please bring your laptop to this hands-on session! A connection to the WFU Wi-Fi network is required for this class, and you will need Microsoft Word to use the "Cite while you Write" features of Zotero. Zotero Website ZSR Library's Guide to Zotero
  • ZSR Library, Library Auditorium (Room 404)
    Dr. Todd McFall is an economist and author specializing in sports and economics who teaches at Wake Forest University in the Department of Economics. He will discuss his controversial book, The (Peculiar) Economics of NCAA Basketball. The NCAA has decided to organize its revenue-generating sports, men's basketball and football, around particular governance principles that have forced the organization to reconcile steep economic and legal trade offs. By choosing to cap athlete compensation, the NCAA is not only having to defend its practices to the US judicial system, but it also gives up its ability to defend itself against rival leagues who might want to bid away elite players from NCAA members. The NCAA collects 90% of its operating revenue from men's basketball, so the ramifications of the NCAA operating in a non-optimal manner are widespread and meaningful to college-level athletics and universities as a whole. In keeping with the topic of this book, this lecture will take place on the same day as a home basketball game at 8:00 against Florida State.