In this Issue:
- Andrew Klein named Dean of the School of Law
- Women’s golf advances to NCAA Championships (watch this afternoon)
- A day in the life of a Rhodes Scholar
Andrew Klein named Dean of the School of Law
Today the campus community received an email announcing that Andrew Klein, the interim chancellor of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and executive vice president of Indiana University, will join the Wake Forest community July 1 as our new Dean of the School of Law. He served as dean of Indiana University’s McKinney School of Law from 2013 to 2020.
“Professor Klein’s exemplary legal and administrative career along with his demonstrated commitment to service and teaching have prepared him well to lead Wake Forest Law at this important time,” said Wake Forest University President Susan R. Wente. “He will bring the vision and experience necessary to keep the law school at the forefront of legal education. I am delighted to welcome him to our community.”
You can read the full announcement here. We look forward to welcoming Dean Klein to campus later this summer!
Women’s golf advances to NCAA Championships (watch this afternoon)
The No. 2 Demon Deacons have advanced to the final match of the NCAA Championship for the second time in four events. The Deacs will face the USC Trojans today (Wednesday afternoon) for the 2023 NCAA title.
Wednesday’s Championship match will begin at 4:35 p.m. ET and live coverage will begin on College Central at 4:30 p.m. ET and continue on Golf Channel 5-9 p.m. and conclude on Golf Central 9-10 p.m.
GO DEACS!!!! Good luck to all our players and coaches!
A day in the life of a Rhodes Scholar
Recent graduate Alice Hauser (’23) was named a Rhodes Scholar in fall of 2022. In the academic world, being named a Rhodes Scholar is about as big as it gets: she was among 32 Americans chosen by the Rhodes Trust from among 840 candidates endorsed by 244 different colleges.
But behind every Rhodes Scholar is a real student, experiencing campus like any other student in our community: going to classes and being involved in extracurriculars, etc.
Alice was kind enough to give some of my colleagues a glimpse into her life at Wake, and said colleagues have created a terrific photostory about her experiences. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.