Ralph Mueller ’83, Michael Capps ’99 and Carly Ledbetter ’13 were honored with the 2017 Elon College Distinguished Alumni Awards during an April 27 ceremony.
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The Elon University Poll surveyed more than 500 N.C. voters about whether they viewed the president's use of Twitter as appropriate, and his claim that the media is the "enemy of the American people."
Louisa May Alcott's novel has been adapted for the stage and will be produced by the Department of Performing Arts.
A public health studies major explores how pregnant women approach the decision about whether to have a waterbirth.
The survey conducted April 18-21, 2017, also found that N.C. voters oppose Trump tweets and border wall with Mexico.
Posters and presentations: Hundreds of students, faculty showcase scholarship during Spring Undergraduate Research Forum
The daylong event puts the spotlight on cutting edge undergraduate research through poster and oral presentations around Elon's campus.
Elon's chapter of the national honor society held its formal induction ceremony on April 24, 2017, in McKinnon Hall.
An accounting major who is well-versed in information science delves into how auditing for fraud is evolving during this era of Big Data.
The Elon Law Alumni Association recognized Kristin Thompson Seum '10 L'13, Jim Grant L’12, Adrianne Edmonds Poe L'11 and Angelique Ryan L'16 for contributions to their professions, their communities, and their alma mater during Elon Law Alumni Reunion Weekend.
A strategic communications major explores the acceptance of natural hair among black female college students.
Kelly Richard '17 is one of seven Elon students to be offered Fulbright awards this spring.
Accounting.com recognizes Elon in its ranking of the nation’s 50 best bachelor’s in accounting programs.
The week of April 24 through 28, Elon students, faculty and staff will be involved in activities to mark CELEBRATE! 2017, a celebration of achievements in academics and creative endeavors.
An associate professor of dance at Elon, Lynne Formato will receive the President’s Award at the DMA’s annual conference this summer.
The university's top award comes with $15,000 to support and celebrate academic and creative achievements.
An economics major explores how a person's mental health can impact their paycheck.
In 2013, a mere 378 applicants auditioned to be one of the 20 members of the class of 2017. In 2017, a total of 802 applicants auditioned for the same number of spots.
Through the two-year program, the six rising juniors will participate in a combination of coursework, undergraduate research and community engagement in multifaith contexts.
An annual awards program held April 20 recognized the academic success and service of those involved with the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
Presidential Search Committee chair Wesley Elingburg P'11 provides details on the status of Elon's search for the university's ninth president.
The recent Cognitive Aging Summit assembled nearly 300 researchers supported by National Institutes of Health grants who like Amy Overman, associate professor of psychology, are focused on age-related brain and cognitive changes.
Jacqueline Spencer '17, a special education and elementary education major, will be teaching English in Spain as part of a federal program that builds goodwill between the United States and people of other nations.
Elon Trustee Ed Moriarty provided students with a framework on how to think about Wall Street.
In her visit to Elon Law for a Distinguished Leadership Lecture, Kay Bailey Hutchison of Texas called for renewed pride in the United States as part of a larger strategy to address social and economic woes that have led to today's political climate.
The 50th anniversary of the classic novel by Gabriel García Márquez was celebrated by a collaborative effort to read the famous novel aloud.
The memorial service in the Sacred Space of the Numen Lumen Pavilion offered the opportunity to celebrate the life of Noiles, an alumna and long-time supporter of Elon.
Steven Armendariz ’17, a political science and international and global studies double major, will travel to Spain as part of a federal program that builds goodwill between the United States and people of other nations.
Paul Crenshaw is an assistant professor of English who has previously had his work published in the "Best American Essays" series in 2005 and 2011.
Christians at Elon University joined together Friday to commemorate the death of Jesus Christ with a noontime Catholic devotion around Fonville Fountain in the heart of campus.
Robert Bullard, who is known as the "father of environmental justice," will speak at Elon on Tuesday, April 18, at 7:30 p.m. in McKinnon Hall.
Preparation and partnerships: Community Impact Fellows provide vital support to preschool children, parents
Elon’s Kenan Community Impact Fellows program is a second service year initiative that pairs recent graduates with community organizations.
Associate Professor Rich Landesberg and nine School of Communications students traveled this week to New York City, touring the facilities of several major network news organizations and meeting with high-level broadcast news professionals, including Brian Williams and Michael Radutzky, members of Elon’s Communications Advisory Board.
With the addition of the spring semester opportunity, Elon in New York will become Study USA’s first program available year-round.
Lauren Salig '17, a psychology and Spanish double major from Downingtown, Pennsylvania, will travel to South America as part of a federal program that builds good will between the United States and people of other nations.
For the Hon. Albert Diaz, who serves on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, the best lawyers know how to write concise briefs, keep their arguments simple and - as he explained at an awards banquet for Elon Law’s Seventh Annual Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition - don’t take themselves too seriously.
The Elon Latinx Hispanic Alumni Network (ELHAN) will officially launch September 2017.
Jason Husser, assistant professor of political science and director of the Elon University Poll, was recently a guest on Capital Tonight's "Bow Tie Caucus" and was interviewed for a segment by WFMY News 2 on a recently filed bill in the N.C. legislature.
Leena Dahal '17 will pursue a master's degree in modern south Asian studies at the University of Cambridge in England with the support of a scholarship established by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Mariana Kneppers '18 is a biology and environmental and ecological science major originally from Walnut Creek, California, who is focusing her Lumen Prize research on coastal wetlands.
The research focuses on the use of magnetic forces to move polymer composites embedded with magnetic particles and could have practical application in medical diagnostic devices.
The professor of accounting discusses tax day 2017 in an article on the personal finance website WalletHub.com.
Jonathan Jones is an instructor in the School of Communications and the director of the N.C. Open Government Coalition.
Bryan Anderson ’18 is supplementing his experience through a summer internship with one of the state’s largest newspapers by tapping into vital career tools at the SPDC.
The article appearing in Nanoscale describes research by a team including Associate Professor of Physics Benjamin Evans into the behavior of a microscale swimming device controlled with magnetic fields.
The Society of Professional Journalists Region 2 gathering featured the Mark of Excellence Awards results, of which several Elon students were winners.
A starting forward on Elon's team, Tyler Seibring '19 has earned nearly a 4.0 GPA during his first three semesters at the university.
CNN's newest documentary, "Unseen Enemy," was edited by Erin Barnett, a 2009 Elon graduate whose previous documentary work includes "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine."
The 2017 James P. Elder Lecture on April 6 featured "An Evening with Diane Rehm," with D.G. Martin of UNC-TV's Bookwatch program interviewing the longtime host of one of the most interesting NPR talk shows in the country.
In her 19-minute film, the Assistant Professor of Communications Nicole Triche examines the life of Doris Jenkins and the role her 53-year-old roller skating rink played – and continues to play – in its Topsail Beach, N.C., community.
The North Carolina Bar Association’s 2017 Law Student Group Pro Bono Award recognizes efforts at Elon Law to help regional attorneys who represent asylum seekers fleeing persecution in their home countries.