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Congratulations to the 2023 STEP Grant Recipients

The STEP Grant Program (Summer Technology Exploration Program) is a joint grant program offered by Office of the Provost and Information Systems. STEP provides funding for faculty projects to explore new and existing technologies with the potential to enhance teaching, scholarly, and creative work. The 2023 recipients are: Meredith Farmer of the English department, purchased… Read More »

Your Next Creepy Halloween Watch! 

Author: Maisy Armstrong, Technology Consultant When you hear the name Christine McConnell, think Betty Crocker meets Halloween. I stumbled upon The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell when it was first released on Netflix in 2018. Ever since that fateful October evening, I’ve re-watched the show each fall.  The show is six episodes long, chalk-full of… Read More »

“IT” is More Than a Horror Movie

Author: Maisy Armstrong, Student Technology Consultant I remember it all very clearly. I was freshly into my junior year of high school, sitting in a dark theater with my brother, Ryan. We both feigned calmness, but I could feel my mouth go dry as we sat down. “IT” (2017) was the first horror movie that… Read More »

Can Quantum Fusion be controlled?

Author: Alantis Green, Student Technology Consultant In honor of the spooky season, let’s talk about aliens. Particularly the television show on Showtime, The Man Who Fell to Earth. A television show about an alien who comes to earth and learns to be human. He is searching for the tenth design, which is the key to… Read More »

How Well Do You Know ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’?

Author: Maisy Armstrong, Student Technology Consultant Welcome to October! This is my favorite time of year, full of cable-knits, coffee, candy and changing leaves. There are so many things that I love about fall, but nothing beats Halloween movies. I love to grab some friends and watch films brimming with monsters and magic. A movie… Read More »

Why You Should Use Adobe’s Cloud Apps

Author: Brae Troutman, Student Technology Consultant If you’re reading this article, I’m sure that you’re familiar with the wealth of tools available within the adobe creative cloud suite of applications. From Photoshop to Audition to InDesign, there are so many ways to edit and create right on your own computer. As user demands get higher… Read More »

Creative Skills are Applicable Everywhere

Author: Brae Troutman, Student Technology Consultant Going to a liberal arts school like Wake Forest, I’ve often been worried to apply myself to more creative pursuits because they don’t feel as applicable to the futures that many Wake students find themselves looking into: medicine, technology, consulting, business, the list goes on and on. However, working… Read More »

Become an Adobe Student Ambassador

Author: Brae Troutman, Student Technology Consultant Are you a creative mind on campus at WFU? Are you a student who’s interested in sharing what they know about the creative tools available to us? Then you’d be a great candidate to be an Adobe Student Ambassador! Adobe is looking for up to 10 students to promote… Read More »

Add some pop to your resume with InDesign!

Author: Brae Troutman, Student Technology Consultant Throughout my college career, I’ve heard many varying opinions about what visually constitutes a good resume. On one end I’ve been encouraged to format everything in a very plain and regular manner so that automatic parsing programs used to filter through applicants can more easily read it’s content. On… Read More »