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  1. Elon fosters creation of new entrepreneurship facility in Greensboro

    Co//ab, a co-working facility for entrepreneurs and startup businesses, opened Nov. 17 in downtown Greensboro, one block from Elon Law, thanks to the combined efforts of the Greensboro Partnership Entrepreneur Connection, Action Greensboro, the Joseph M. Bryan Foundation and Elon University.

  2. American Advertising Federation honors two Elon students

    School of Communications seniors Marisa Moody and Erin Turner have both been named to the AAF's Most Promising Multicultural Students Program, a highly selective annual award for college students with exceptional academic and professional achievements.

  3. Ben Evans named recipient of full-year Elon sabbatical

    The A.L. Hook Emerging Scholar in Science and Mathematics will spend 2015-16 working with a research team at Duke University on new methods for sorting and studying cells using technology developed at Elon University.

  4. Congressman shares stories from career in public service

    Rep. Howard Coble retires from Congress this year after three decades of serving Alamance County and surrounding regions in Washington. He visited Elon University on Oct. 29, 2014, to offer reflections about his experience in the nation’s halls of power.

  5. Advisory about study abroad and Ebola

    Elon University has adjusted some study abroad programs and offers advice to students who have questions or may be considering travel to areas of Africa affected by the Ebola virus. Please read this note for details.

  6. Deli visionary dishes meaty tips for a healthy business

    Paul Saginaw, the co-founder of a critically acclaimed Michigan delicatessen whose combined company holdings now top $55 million in revenue each year, spoke Oct. 29, 2014, in the Koury Business Center on the ways students should respect their future customers, employees and communities.

  7. Habitat for Humanity CEO: 'Stories are what change hearts'

    Jonathan Reckford leads one of the world’s largest nonprofits focused on homeownership, and on Oct. 28, 2014, he visited Elon University to share lessons and advice for students dedicated to improving their communities through lives of service.

  8. Three faculty members named CATL Scholars

    Brandon Essary, Jennifer Uno and Barbara Gordon will work on projects that explore the way students learn in Italian, in biology service-learning courses, and through writing and multimodal assignments, respectively.

  9. Village Project grows again in 2014-15

    With more than 140 local children now involved in an Elon University program that helps struggling readers, administrators sought a larger community space to bring families together with their college student tutors.

  10. Experts describe needs of immigrants to U.S.

    Thousands of refugees each year face hurdles in rebuilding lives away from homes where they were persecuted, and on Monday evening in the Global Neighborhood, Elon University students learned more about issues confronting new arrivals to the United States.

  11. Spirit of service marks Homecoming weekend

    From raking leaves to painting front stoops, Elon University students and alumni on Saturday assisted Town of Elon residents with sprucing up homes built over the past two decades through Habitat for Humanity.

  12. Opening ceremony kicks off Homecoming festivities

    More than 100 members of the Elon community attended the Oct. 17 event that kicked off this year’s Homecoming festivities with the recognition of eight distinguished alumni and class and affinity volunteers.

  13. Campus community celebrates School of Communications campaign

    Plans for a new academic complex excited alumni, students and faculty who gathered Friday to help launch a fundraising drive that, once complete, will allow Elon University to double the amount of campus space dedicated to the School of Communications.