Wake Forest University

Wake Forest University Wake Forest University

1834 Wake Forest Road, Winston-Salem, NC, US

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Wake Forest is a private, coeducational university located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Wake Forest offers the personal attention of a small liberal arts college, coupled with the breadth and global relevancy of a leading research institution. Our mission is to educate the whole person, graduating students who seek purpose-filled lives while building a community dedicated to serving humanity in the spirit of our motto, Pro Humanitate.

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Errin Fulp

Errin Fulp

Professor of Computer Science

Fulp is an expert in cyber security and computer networks.

Cyber Security Computer Networks Computer Configurations Bio-Inspiration and Biomimicry Moving Target Defense Multimedia Systems Simulation Programming Languages Deploying “Digital Ants” on the Power Grid Genetically Inspired Computer Configurations to Fight Cyber Threats Determining Network Usage and Intent Based on Interaction Patterns Quality of Service (QoS) Management and Related Security Issues Dynamic Resource Allocation Peer-to-Peer Systems Failure Prediction and Management Network Pricing and Auctions

Rebecca Gill

Rebecca Gill

Associate Professor of Communication, Merlo Presidential Chair in Communication and Entrepreneurship

Gill focuses on entrepreneurial and occupational identity and how innovators develop their voices in startups and existing organizations.

Entrepreneurship Gender and Entrepreneurship Interprofessional Communication Innovation and New Venture Development Storytelling and Entrepreneurship Work/Life and Entrepreneurship Organizational Communication Entrepreneurial Identity

Samuel Gladding

Samuel Gladding

Professor of Counseling

Gladding, an expert on family counseling, can address issues related to parenting, blended families, and family relationships.

Family Counseling Group Counseling Arts in Counseling International Counseling Creative Arts in Counseling Professional Orientation to Counseling Creativity Wellness

Amanda Griffith

Amanda Griffith

Associate Professor of Economics

Griffith's research focuses on the economics of higher education.

Economics of Education Women and STEM Fields Labor Economics Applied Econometrics

Michael Gross

Michael Gross

Associate Professor, Department of Engineering

National Science Foundation CAREER Award winner Michael Gross is a founding faculty member of WFU's undergraduate program in engineering.

Activity-level, or situational, student motivation in STEM courses and practical course design Solid state materials for electrochemical energy conversion Materials Chemistry Materials engineering and processing Composite engineering High-powered fuel cell technologies Student motivation and motivation theory in STEM courses  Green technologies Chemical Engineering Inorganic Chemistry Multifunctional ceramic composites for solid oxide fuel-cell electrodes Adsorption calorimetry

Mark Hall, J.D.

Mark Hall, J.D.

Professor of Law

Hall is an expert on the Affordable Care Act, Medicaid reform, and health care policy. He can also help you understand your medical bills.

Public Health Medical Billing Medicaid ACHA ACA Health Law Bioethics Health Care Law Public Policy Insurance Law and Regulations Health Care Access Affordable Care Act American Health Care Act Medicaid Expansion Medical Bills Health Insurance

Katy Harriger

Katy Harriger

Professor of Political Science

Harriger is an expert on political participation and voting among college-age people. She is also an expert on federal special prosecutors.

American Constitutional Law The Separation of Powers Government Ethics Independent Counsel & Special Prosecutors The Supreme Court Women and Politics

Donna Henderson

Donna Henderson

Professor of Counseling

Henderson is an expert on the everyday issues confronting children and their parents.

Bullying School Transitions Middle School Parent-Teacher Communications School Counseling Counseling Children International Counseling

Dedee DeLongpré Johnston

Dedee DeLongpré Johnston

Director of Sustainability

Johnston has nearly 20 years of expertise in education, sustainability and environmental issues.

Sustainability in Higher Education Sustainable Management Green Business Recycling Carbon Footprint Reduction Energy Conservation Renewable Energy Environmental Issues Sustainable Agriculture Ecosystem Management

Oana Jurchescu

Oana Jurchescu

Associate Professor of Physics

Jurchescu’s expertise is in the structure and electronic properties of organic semiconductors.

Flexible Plastics Organic Electronics Nanotechnology Macroelectronics Organic Semiconductors Organic Devices Physics of Organic Semiconductor Devices Organic Spintronics Functional Organic Materials Structure-Property Correlations Organic Thin-Film Transistors Organic Field-Effect Transistors Organic Single Crystals Perovskite Electronics Perovskite Thin-Film Transistors Charge Transfer Complexes

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