Michelle Reissig ’17 is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a $15,000 scholarship and celebrates their academic and creative accomplishments.
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Kula has been recognized for shaping the American spiritual landscape and is regarded as one of America’s “most influential rabbis.”
Reeves comes to Elon from Radford University, where he has served as head coach for the past seven seasons.
Geoffrey Lynn ’07 hopes to bring benefits to cancer patients and their families with a new personalized cancer vaccine.
Elon is featured on the annual list of American master’s-level institutions whose graduates received Fulbright student awards for 2016-17.
Nick Livengood ’12 L’15 of Durham, N.C., made his gift to ensure that his university continues to thrive for generations to come.
The assistant professor of communications recently published articles in the Asian Journal of Communication and the Journalism & Mass Communication Educator.
Heidi Hollingsworth, assistant professor of education, offered insights for the report on a legislative proposal to reduce the age of compulsory school attendance in North Carolina.
An international studies and political science double major, Lutz feels at home in the academic organizations he has been a part while at Elon.
Amy Allocco, associate professor of religious studies, will direct fellowship program for juniors and seniors to promote research and community engagement.
Longtime Elon benefactors Jeanne Swanner Robertson and Jerry R. Robertson received the university’s highest honor at the annual Night of the Phoenix event.
The INTERNow Communications Internship/Career Showcase attracted more than 30 employers to meet with School of Communications students seeking internships, employment and career advice.
Elon Law students built professional networks and learned more about opportunities in specific areas of law during a weeklong event welcoming more than 40 alumni back to campus.
Alexandra Solender Boyd '12 was named the National PhysTEC Teacher of the Year for her work at Holly Springs High School in Holly Springs, N.C.
Spencer Neiman '17 used the support he found at the Student Professional Development Center to help him land an internship that translated into a full-time job.
Elon’s new facilities framing Under the Oaks represent one of the nation’s finest learning environments for the study of communications.
Beginning on March 1, Elon will launch a new television system in campus residence halls, lounges and other common areas.
Thanks to a partnership with El Centro de Español that empowers students to communicate in Spanish with patients, Carleigh High DPT'17 is spending several weeks at a hospital in Peru as part of her DPT clinical education experiences
Several student groups, in coordination with Elon Law's career development, alumni and admissions offices, have organized programs from Feb. 20-25 to showcase the impact and importance of diversity in the legal profession.
President Leo M. Lambert and his family were honored at a special College Coffee on Feb. 14, as the campus community came together to thank him for his 18 years of service.
Her support created the Vera Richardson Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life and helped launch the Elon Academy.
Elon's special website for the presidential search includes information for the entire community, which will be updated throughout the search process.
A team of Martha and Spencer Love School of Business students took first place at Georgetown University’s case consulting competition.
President Lambert has recorded a video message to announce his plans to conclude his presidency.
Once his successor takes office, President Lambert will take a yearlong sabbatical leave before returning to service as president emeritus.
Students connected with businesses in Vietnam and Thailand, engaging in compelling discussions about emerging economies and the interaction of business and government.
Elon's Imagining the Internet Center partners with the Pew Research Center on "Code-Dependent," a new report that asked experts to weigh in on the increased dependence on algorithms.
Read the remarks of Smith Jackson, vice president of student life and dean of students, after being presented with the 2017 Civic Engagement Professional Award from North Carolina Campus Compact on Feb. 8.
Motka has experience working with refugees in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, and was joined by Elon Professor Joel Shelton for the discussion.
Alfred Simkin, an instructor of biology at Elon, discusses his several year journey to build an alternative vehicle for commuting: an electric bike.
Code-Dependent: Experts weigh in on potential benefits and threats of algorithm-based advances in modern life
In a new study by the Pew Research Center and Elon's Imagining the Internet Center, more than 1,300 experts share their thoughts on the programs behind the technology systems that are integrated with our lives.
Elon becomes part of an effort by more than 100 colleges and universities to make higher education more accessible.
Elon's vice president for student life and dean of students is being recognized by North Carolina Campus Compact for his efforts to create a vision of service, support the engagement of faculty and students and form innovative campus-community partnerships.
In 'Understanding the Recent Executive Order on Immigration,' a panel discussion hosted Feb. 6 at Elon Law, three university faculty members outlined the potential effects of President Donald Trump's approach to immigration in the name of national security.
Lillian Engel ’19 and Azzurra Catucci ’18 received $15,000 to produce a 35-second film that illustrates the emotions of the moviegoing experience.
The competition runs from Feb. 13 through March 3.
Sam Troy ’67 continues his loyal philanthropic support of Elon by helping make global engagement possible for students in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
In search of mindfulness, students receive ‘a truly life-changing experience’ through Study USA program
Led by Associate Professor Julie Lellis, nine students in the “Mindful America, Mindful Elon” course traveled to Massachusetts during Winter Term to study how mindfulness is practiced and then bring those experiences back to campus.
Elon students, faculty and staff gathered at Speakers’ Corner on Feb. 6 to share personal experiences and express collective strength.
As part of the “Innovation in America” course, students participated in Startup Weekend Bay Area, gaining insight into what it takes to turn ideas into reality.
The assistant professor of communications delivered a colloquium talk at UNLV’s Center for Gaming Research, exploring the unknown stories of Las Vegas’s history and how press releases contributed to the growth of the gaming industry.
During a three-week Winter Term course, titled “Business of Baseball and Tourism in the Dominican Republic,” two dozen students examined issues relating to neo-colonialism and globalization while traveling in the Caribbean nation.
A longtime member of Elon’s music faculty, Malvin Newton Artley taught music to hundreds of young students in the community and was instrumental in developing the university’s string instruction program.
Hall, professor of exercise science and faculty athletics representative, delivered the Distinguished Scholar Lecture on Feb. 2 in LaRose Digital Theatre.
Elon's president joins nearly 600 college leaders in signing a letter to the Secretary of Homeland Security from the American Council on Education
Justin Morin '17 is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a $15,000 scholarship and celebrates their academic and creative accomplishments.
Jonathan Albright, assistant professor of communications, has become a go-to source for reporters looking to understand the power of the "fake news" ecosystem.
Through the LSB Center Abroad in China, students completed a semester abroad, taking business courses and completing an internship while living at East China Normal University.
Neiduski will provide leadership for graduate programs in physical therapy and physician assistant studies and follows Founding Dean Elizabeth Rogers, who retired in 2016.
Carrie Eaves, an assistant professor of political science and policy studies, recently spoke with N.C. Policy Watch for an article putting Trump's presidency into a historical context.