Six Elon staff members were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the university at an awards program May 27 during the annual staff recognition celebration in Alumni Memorial Gymnasnium.
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The student news program was recognized in the magazine category of the 37th College Television Awards, presented on May 25 by the Television Academy Foundation.
Elon University has released its President's List and Dean's List academic recognitions for the 2016 spring semester.
Elon University has made available online customized announcements for graduating seniors and their parents to submit to hometown newspapers.
Commencement 2016 concluded with the traditional charge by President Leo M. Lambert to the graduates.
Fifty-nine percent of Elon students in the Class of 2016 made a gift to Elon as part of the senior class giving campaign, raising more than $20,990 for areas of campus most important to them.
Elon's graduates dodged the threat of rain and graduated in a glorious morning ceremony held at the center of campus on the main quad stretching from Alamance Building to Moseley Center.
The Elon alumnus will oversee 15,000 students and more than 70 undergraduate/graduate degree programs as the university’s inaugural vice chancellor for academic affairs and provost.
In a passionate graduation address, the North Carolina native expressed deep concerns about the future of his home state.
In his Commencement address to Elon University School of Law’s Class of 2016, Judge Albert Diaz of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit encouraged graduates to use their legal education to help "reason, law, and precedent triumph over might, caprice, and whim."
DonnaLee DeMaio, president and CEO of United Guaranty, delivered the keynote address to the 41 students in the Love School of Business who received master’s degrees in business administration and management on May 20.
The former chief justice of the N.C. Supreme Court received an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree before giving the Baccalaureate address on Friday, May 20.
Angela Connor, an executive vice president at Capstrat, a leading strategic communications firm in Raleigh, shared her personal and professional insights with members of the Master of Interactive Media Class of 2016 during a May 19 graduation ceremony.
Catastrophic injuries from a 2008 attack offered Deborah Moy, who graduates this month from Elon University School of Law, a unique perspective on disability rights, firsthand knowledge of how the American criminal justice system is far from perfect - and a renewed purpose in life.
Members of the Elon Academy’s seventh class joined friends and family members May 17 to celebrate their success as they prepare for college.
Elon senior Leah Reece credits community service, coursework and internships as the fuel that ignited her passion for clinical psychology and enhanced her Elon experience.
Luke Bierman's analysis of the Supreme Court on May 14, 2016, shows that today's political stalemate over the Merrick Garland nomination is outside the norm in American history.
Harvard psychologist Daniel Gilbert and best-selling author of “Stumbling on Happiness” will speak March 30, 2017, in Alumni Memorial Gymnasium.
Renovation of the facility on Elon's Historic Campus is now scheduled for 2017-18
The new version of the student transcript provides a graphic representation of a variety of co-curricular experiences.
Senior Dustin Pfaehler’s legacy at Elon is the research he’s conducted on a hand-built tiny house found at Loy Farm, where faculty and administrators hope to launch a living-learning community.
Housed in the Elon Belk Library Archives and Special Collections, the Robert Sigmon Collection contains materials from the 1960s through the mid-2000s compiled by the North Carolina service-learning pioneer.
More than 100 Glen Raven Inc. customers from across the country and Mexico visited the Environmental Center at Loy Farm for a May 12 banquet as part of a summit that highlights innovation.
Four faculty members and 19 retirees were honored May 11 for excellence and service to Elon.
Elon's president was the featured speaker at the 22nd annual banquet of Burlington's Positive Attitude Youth Center.
President Emeritus Earl J. Danieley, who has given Elon 70 years of service, is among 19 faculty and staff members retiring this year.
Joshua R. Bonney '13 L'16 attended the 2016 Fundamentals of Municipal Bond Law Seminar in Chicago this month as one of five recipients of a national scholarship that recognizes the potential and professional dedication of future municipal bond attorneys.
A student-led dance marathon raised more than $280,000 in April to support a North Carolina hospital that helps young patients and their families fight life-threatening conditions.
Elon’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity celebrated a milestone on May 8th when it dedicated the 25th house built for a family in Alamance County.
Distance runner Nick Ciolkowski and track champion Sydney Griffin won top honors at the annual banquet held on May 9.
Kathleen Parker, a syndicated columnist and popular commentator on news shows, will give the Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture on Oct. 4.
With guidance from faculty and staff in the Student Professional Development Center, strategic communications major Paige Hullett '16 combined her interest in public relations with a passion for acting to secure a summer internship with Davidson and Choy Publicity in Los Angeles.
The school hosted its annual awards ceremony on May 5 to recognize high achievement from students and faculty during the past academic year.
The Phoenix took the CAA title on May 7, with the conference meet held on campus at the Jerry and Jeanne Robertson Track and Field Complex.
The campus community took part Thursday in the Reading of the Names, a daylong program on the front steps of Moseley Center organized by Elon Hillel.
Abigail Seymour L'17 is one of a select group of law students from across the nation invited to join the American Bar Association's new Civil Rights and Social Justice Law Student Committee.
Katherine Shafer ’15, an international studies major from Port Jefferson, N.Y., will spend 11 months teaching English in Taiwan as part of a federal program that promotes mutual goodwill between people of the United States and people of other nations.
Outstanding students were honored at Elon's annual cermony sponsored by the Gender and LGBTQIA Center.
Jenna Mason ’16, a special education and middle grades education double major from Wilton, CT, will spend a year teaching English in Thailand as part of a federal program that promotes mutual understanding and good will between U.S. citizens and citizens of other nations.
The 23rd annual Phillips-Perry Black Excellence Awards Celebration recognized students for academic achievement and involvement in the Elon Experiences.
Elon University students and one staff member were recognized for their accomplishments at an April 28, 2016, program that highlights campus leaders.
David L. Wyrick ’94, Stuart E.Y. Richie ’10 (in absentia) and Maurice “Don” Owens ’95 were honored with the 2016 Elon College Distinguished Alumni Awards during a special April 28 ceremony.
The innovative fashion and furniture designer received the award that recognizes entrepreneurs who are leaders in their industry and who exemplify the values of Elon University.
The new institute now supports both students and student-athletes at Elon while continuing to lead evidence-based research and practice in the field of concussions and mental health.
A strategic communications and international studies major conducted research on global internet leaders' plans to reach everyone, everywhere.
Elon University students and professors shared research findings and creative work Tuesday at the Spring Undergraduate Research Forum, a day set aside each spring for the campus community to recognize scholarship and faculty mentoring relationships.
Morgan Goldstein ‘16, an elementary education and special education double major from Robbinsville, N.J., will travel to Spain in September as part of a federal program that builds good will between the United States and people of other nations.
A chemistry major conducted research that could allow future researchers to improve paints and plastics, make cheaper rubber and reduce greenhouse gases.
This week, Elon students are involved in activities to mark CELEBRATE! 2016, a celebration of achievements in academics and creative endeavors.
Elon’s Village Project is now operating at five local public schools with help from many student groups including athletics, Fellows and fraternities.