A 1953 graduate of Wake Forest College, Pope began his career in New York with the national advertising and public relations agency, Bozell 8c Jacobs Inc.
What does WFC stand for?
WFC stands for Wake Forest College (former name of Wake Forest University; now School of Arts & Science)
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- Wait-Free Buffer Size Decision Problem (algorithms)
- Women Forging Business Relationships
- Winter Farmland Bird Survey (British Trust for Ornithology; UK)
- Worry-Free Business Security (software; trademark of Trend Micro Inc.)
- World Federation of Building Service Contractors (Fairfax, VA)
- Wichita Falls Ballet Theatre (Wichita Falls, TX)
- Wet Formeel Buitenlandse Vennootschappen (Dutch: Formal Foreign Companies Act; Ministry of General Affairs; Netherlands)
- Welded Flange-Bolted Web Connections
- World Fellowship of Buddhist Youth
- waiting for connection
- Wallops Flight Center
- Walsall Football Club (UK)
- Warfighter Fatigue Countermeasures
- Washington Free Clinic (Washington, DC)
- Water Fuel Cell
- Waterfield Financial Corporation (US mortgage company)
- Watford Football Club
- Wave Form Capture
- Webster Financial Corporation (Waterbury, CT)
- Wellness Fitness Center (various locations)
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Howell received his bachelor of science degree from Wake Forest College and his medical degree from Duke University.
Now a sophomore at North Carolina's Wake Forest College, Poe is an advocate for recycling.
Wake Forest College Medical School did not open until 1902, however, when 13 students enrolled in the 2-year program, paying tuition of $37.
Indeed, other than a few academic notables, such as Tinsley Harrison and George Harrell, the core of the original clinical faculty of the 4-year Bowman Gray School of Medicine of Wake Forest College was derived from members of the Winston-Salem medical community who moved their private practices to the medical school.