Rebecca Alexander was featured in the Wake Forest’s New Frontier section of the Fall 2016 Wake Forest Magazine.
“Rebecca Alexander, associate chair of the chemistry department and faculty point person for the project, saw the proposals as relief for crowded science labs and classrooms, particularly in Salem Hall, which was built in 1956 and looks the part. Overall enrollment in chemistry classes has grown 70 percent in 10 years with no new space, said Alexander, who was named in April as director of academic planning for Wake Downtown. The chance to design new space was alluring. …”