Elon University students and one staff member were recognized for their accomplishments at an April 28, 2016, program that highlights campus leaders.
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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.
Elon's Celebrate! week musical production is based on a book by author Studs Terkel, titled "Working: People Talk About What They Do All Day and How They Feel About What They Do."
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.
Phoenix gear will be produced by the leading apparel and equipment producer beginning in July 2016.
The former Democratic candidate for president traveled to North Carolina on April 26 for a special campus interview with Associate Professor David Levine, host of the "Hearsay Culture" radio program celebrating its 10th anniversaryon KZSU-FM at Stanford University.
Christina Daniels-Freeman ‘16, a strategic communications and international studies double major from Durham, N.C., will spend nine months teaching English in Turkey as part of a federal program that promotes mutual good will between people of the United States and people of other nations.
An exercise science major conducted research on the effects of drinking vs rinsing with water while running.
A statistics and economics double major conducted research on the effects of armed conflicts on the incidence rates of infectious diseases.
Erin Luther ‘16, an international studies and Spanish double major from Bristol, Tennessee, travels to South America next spring as part of a federal program that builds good will between the United States and people of other nations.
The national award recognizes Elon’s commitment to sustainability in its operations and its academic programs.
The university’s top award for undergraduate scholars comes with $15,000 to support and celebrate academic and creative achievements.
The school hosted its annual awards ceremony on April 21 to recognize high achievement from students and faculty during the past academic year.
An annual awards program held April 21 recognized the academic success and service of those involved with the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
The 400th anniversary of the death of Miguel de Cervantes and his novel, 'Don Quixote,' were celebrated with a weeklong event that included reading both volumes aloud.
Elon University Trustee Cecil Worsley ’86 P’14 and his wife, JoAnna ’87 P’14, will match all gifts to Elon Athletics up to $50,000 if 500 new donors are secured by May 13.
Eileen Claussen, leader in the movement to control climate change and executive-in-residence for the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business, shared the past, present and future of the global environment and what people can do to prevent further harm to the planet.
Bloomberg Businessweek includes the Martha & Spencer Love School of Business on its 2016 list of the nation's best undergraduate business programs.
Elon's men's and women's tennis coaches have received Coach of the Year awards and several Phoenix athletes have received All-Conference recognition.
The nationally acclaimed ESPN college basketball commentator and graduate of Duke Law visited Elon University School of Law for the final installment of the 2015-16 Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series presented by The Joseph M. Bryan Foundation.
The latest Elon University Poll finds that Roy Cooper, North Carolina's attorney general, is building a lead over incumbent Gov. Pat McCrory as McCrory's approval rating hits its lowest point since April 2014.
Kathleen Hupfeld ’16 will receive a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation to continue her studies at the graduate level.
An April 18 dinner and ceremony featured a keynote address by Robert Darden, director of Baylor University’s Black Gospel Music Restoration Project.
Kristy and Bill Woolfolk of Hinsdale, Ill., have made a $100,000 gift to help make global engagement possible for students with financial need in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
The award-winning journalist and founder of The Race Card Project will speak at Elon on January 10, 2017.
After directing Stanford University’s Hume Writing Center, Bleakney joins Elon’s nationally recognized Writing Excellence Initiative.
Four accomplished Elon University School of Law graduates – David L. Morrow II '07 L’10, Jennifer L. Reutter L’10, Alvaro De La Calle L’12 and Elizabeth “Beth” Klein L’12 – were recognized this month for their contributions to the legal profession and support of their alma mater.
Elon placed second in the Colonial Athletic Association for the number of programs earning recognition in the annual Academic Progress Rate scores.
The celebrated Washington Post investigative journalist will speak on Sept. 29 in Alumni Gymnasium.
The spring 2016 edition of preLaw magazine cites Elon University School of Law in its annual list of schools that "go above and beyond in preparing law students for the real world."
Jaclyn Maffetore, an Elon Law student committed to advancing civil liberties, found herself featured by The Nation this spring after assisting an elderly woman who wanted to cast a ballot in North Carolina’s presidential primaries.
Members of the Elon community gathered at Speakers Corner on April 8 to celebrate the Hindu holiday of Holi by throwing colorful paint into the sky.
The sixth annual gratitude event, held April 5, celebrated the impact of philanthropy on Elon’s campus.
The senior correspondent for NewsHour discussed topics ranging from journalism to poetry and the humanities in news and life.
The awards program highlights and celebrates alumni who have graduated within the past decade and who are distinguished in their professions and invested in the future of Elon and its community.
The reporter at KOMO-TV in Seattle and recipient of four regional Emmys during his television career presented one of his awards to Communications Dean Paul Parsons to display in the school’s lobby.
The former head of CNN and TIME magazine and best-selling biographer headlined Spring Convocation on March 31.
Wesley R. Elingburg and Mark T. Mahaffey, Elon parents and longtime trustees, received honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees during Spring Convocation on March 31, 2016, in recognition of their commitment to philanthropy and service to the university.
The Elon University School of Law's new approach to legal education earned praise in U.S. News & World Report’s "Best Graduate Schools 2017" guidebook.
A ceremony marking the removal of a portion of Elon’s west wall united town and gown leaders to celebrate the university’s continued growth.
Professor Yoram Lubling co-authored "Peace in Motion: John Dewey and the Aesthetics of Well-Being" as a way of applying ideas from the 20th century philosopher to how public policy is crafted today.
Senior Morgan Smith used Elon's Student Professional Development Center her first year on campus to find a summer internship at a North Carolina software company. One thing led to another, and three years later, Smith is about to begin JPMorgan Chase's Corporate Analyst Development Program.
An Elon University student organization is helping to register people to vote, and its leaders are already planning a variety of fall events around the 2016 election.