Dear students,

Recently, Wake Forest’s Center for the Advancement of Teaching sent you a link to a survey asking about your experiences with remote learning during the Spring 2020 semester.

The Center for the Advancement of Teaching is an office that supports WFU faculty in their teaching. It’s not a secret that part of what makes good teaching is lifelong learning. Just as we encourage and empower you as students to continually learn and grow during your years at Wake Forest and beyond, WFU faculty strive to continually learn as well.

Following a semester like none other, we very much want to hear from you. What was it like to be a Wake Forest student during this extraordinary time of learning and resilience?

Please check your Wake Forest email for a link to this important survey, “Last Chance: Remote Learning Survey.” This survey is succinct; it should just take about five minutes to complete. This survey will be open through Friday, May 15.

Your thoughtful reflection can help WFU develop resources and recommendations to support the specific needs of the Wake Forest community in the case of future disruptions that necessitate remote teaching and learning.

Thank you, and my sincere congratulations at the end of a semester of hard work, spirit, and community,

Michele Gillespie
Dean of the College
Presidential Endowed Chair of Southern History