Wake Forest has numerous Jewish faculty and staff members throughout its various schools, departments and offices. Students and faculty have opportunities to mingle at all Hillel events as well as at all Office of Jewish Life activities.
Information about the Jewish Studies Program and the Jewish Studies minor can be found here
The Department for the Study of Religions (http://college.wfu.edu/religion/) and the School of Divinity (http://divinity.wfu.edu/) offer courses in the Hebrew Bible and Comparative Judaism courses, with additional courses being planned for the future. They also offer Biblical Hebrew, which meets the language requirement for Wake Forest students.
History, German Studies, English, Political Science and the American Ethnic Studies Departments as well the Humanities Institute offer courses in American Jewish Culture, American Jewish Literature, a survey of Jewish history, Ancient Israel and courses on the Middle East.
Wake Forest has hosted distinguished Jewish Studies faculty from other institutions who have lectured on Anti-Semitism, Jewish identity and other subjects.
Staff from the Office of Jewish Life, within the Office of the Chaplain, offers informal classes on prayer, on Torah, and on Judaism. Students are encouraged to ask questions and are given opportunities to learn one on one.
Wake Forest boasts a graduate population of approximately 2,500 students, including the School of Business, the School of Law, and the School of Medicine. We welcome all graduate students to all our events.
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