The Michael Poteat '04 Global Education Scholarship will give students suffering from chronic illness the opportunity to study abroad and have a life-changing experience.
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New York City. Washington. Boston. Raleigh. Charlotte. Elon Law students are excelling in legal internships coast-to-coast this summer with law firms, government offices, nonprofits and corporations that match their professional interests.
Assistant Professor of Biology Jen Hamel headed a program focused on insects using the resources Elon’s Loy Farm offers.
Aunchalee Palmquist, assistant professor of sociology and anthropology, offered insights into how new mothers approach breastfeeding.
The popular running publication focused on research by Wally Bixby, associate professor of exercise science, and recent alumna Kristen Fontela '17.
Presidential Search Committee chair Wesley Elingburg P'11 provides details on the status of Elon's search for the university's ninth president.
Damon Duncan ’06 L’09, who graduated from Elon University with a degree in communications before attending law school, becomes the first Elon Law alumnus to serve in such a leadership capacity for the North Carolina Bar Association.
The three-year study led by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Medical College of Wisconsin will look at active rehabilitation strategies for athletes who suffer a concussion.
Susan Anderson, professor of accounting, talked with the personal finance website about the importance of a good credit score.
The North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys recognized Katherine Bordwine L’18 with an annual award named in honor of retired North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Sarah Parker.
Monday's gathering on Scott Plaza in front of the Alamance Building offered an opportunity to welcome new and returning members of the Elon Academy, the university's college access and success program for local high school students.
Elon University has released its President's List and Dean's List academic recognitions for the 2017 spring semester.
The Colonial Athletic Association honors one scholar-athlete in each of its 21 championship sports.
What began as a personal bookmobile project is now receiving rave reviews for its impact on the education of young readers during summer vacation.
The associate professor of communications participated in a 10-day filmmaking workshop in the horn of Africa, providing much-needed instruction for members of Ethiopia’s fledgling film industry.
Three days after graduation in May, Music Theatre alumnus JJ Niemann ’17 found out that he would be joining the Broadway cast of ‘The Book of Mormon.’
Congratulations to Jessica Clendenning '07, Shannon Currin '95, Steven Ferguson '00 and Andrew Wilcox '09.
The latest photos show significant progress on the 160,000-square-foot facility, which will provide a premier gathering space for major campus events and serve as the new home for Elon's basketball and volleyball programs.
Professor Sue Liemer served from 1998-2000 as president of the Association of Legal Writing Directors and served a four-year term on the Board of Directors of the Legal Writing Institute.
Seventy scholars from around the world met on the Elon campus June 11-12 to discuss the impact of study abroad and off-campus domestic study.
Seven Elon music theatre alumni perform in live productions nominated at the 71st Tony Awards, airing live on Sunday, June 11, at 8 p.m. on CBS.
A $400,000 gift from the estate of the late Mattie Pickett Edwards ’39 and John Lee Edwards ’41 creates a meaningful legacy at Elon.
Columnist David Waters with the Memphis Commercial Appeal wrote about the path of Elisson Adrien '17, who graduated in May with a degree in biology.
Lee Bush and Hal Vincent from the School of Communications attended the Integrated Marketing Communications Conference in Wilmington, N.C., and shared their insights on user-generated selfies and live video, and the implications of this social content in both developing and teaching communications strategies.
To honor a local attorney's unwavering support of her legal studies, student Wendy Smith made a gift to Elon Law that was celebrated June 7 with the unveiling of a plaque recognizing G. Steve Crihfield for his commitment to encouraging students who are pursuing a career in law.
English Professor Rosemary Haskell writes about her fascination with the Dunkirk evacuation during World War II, which saw her father among those who were rescued.
The explosion of networked devices is shaping everyday life, but also raising concerns about vulnerabilities, risks and civil liberties.
Aunchalee Palmquist, assistant professor of sociology and anthropology, offered her insights about new mothers sharing breast milk.
Sarah Holdren '18 is participating in the Harvard University School of Public Health's Multidiscipinary International Research Training program in Ethiopia.
The promotions are among several student life staffing changes that took effect June 1.
In the piece, the Cincinnati Enquirer higher education reporter reflects on her experience as an Elon soccer player and her relationship with teammate and friend Nicole "Colie" Dennion, who died in 2016.
School may be out for the summer, but the work doesn’t stop for Elon music theatre majors.
The former N.C. teacher of the year will start her new role June 26 at the nonprofit that strives to create pathways for success for every child.
Students in the Class of 2018 who excelled during their first year at Elon Law were recognized June 1 at a Starmount Country Club dinner featuring remarks from alumna Chelsea Anderson '10 L'13.
The extensive article, which included insights from Elon Economics Professor Steve DeLoach, looked at varying perspectives on the impact of tax cuts on the North Carolina as the legislature considers its two-year budget.
The start of construction of Sankey Hall, a new facility for the Love School of Business, is bringing about changes in available parking on Elon's campus.
Elon University has made available online customized announcements for graduating seniors and their parents to submit to hometown newspapers.
The chair of the Department of Economics will assume her new role starting June 1.
Six Elon staff members were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the university at a May 26 awards program during the annual staff appreciation celebration in Alumni Gymnasium.
Steve Friedland, associate dean for innovation in engaged learning in law, spoke with veteran journalist Bob Buckley of "The Buckley Report" about ongoing research at Elon Law focused on improvements to legal education.
Elon University saw 13 staff members retire this academic year.
Professor of Computing Sciences Megan Squire was interviewed by multiple international media outlets following an article she penned about password security for The Conversation that gained widespread readership.
The generous gift from Robert and Dilek Koenigsberger P’17, of Greenwich, Connecticut, will bring academic advising and related services together in the new Koenigsberger Learning Center as part of an expanded Belk Library.
Bestowed at Commencement, the David Gergen Award for Leadership & Professionalism recognizes graduating students in each class who embody the highest levels of selfless leadership and service.
Maity Interiano '07, a producer and on-air talent for Univision Network, delivered the 2017 Commencement address.
Nosipho Shangase '17, who graduated from the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa, has become an accomplished public health scholar at Elon and will pursue her doctorate in the field.
The annual celebration honors outstanding fellows and scholars, providing them with the opportunity to share details of their work with their faculty members, peers and families prior to Commencement.
Students in the Class of May 2017 received their degrees in an Alumni Gym ceremony highlighted by remarks from Robert J. Grey Jr., a former president of the American Bar Association who implored the group to "guard against injustice."
Grace W. Ueng, founder and CEO of Savvy Growth, encouraged students receiving master’s degrees in business administration and management to endure through life’s challenges during her Commencement address May 19 in Whitley Auditorium.
On the eve of Commencement, students in the Class of May 2017 and their families gathered in the Elon Law library to recognize outstanding academic performance, pro bono work, and service to the law school.