The Winter Term course offering through the Study USA program at Elon focuses on getting a firsthand look at the political process and learning from a broad range of professionals working in the nation's capital.
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The service Thursday was among events this week to honor the late civil rights leader.
Nearly three dozen from Elon traveled to Asheville, N.C. last weekend to work with Habitat for Humanity on three homes now under construction.
Deanna Beckham is now the Math I educator at Eastern Alamance High School.
Fine china for 20-somethings: Communications students pitch millennial marketing ideas to Replacements, Ltd.
Student research conducted in Hal Vincent’s class culminated in communications strategies to disrupt the category and poise the client for future success with younger customers.
A dozen of Elon University School of Law's top students will guide the publication of the student-run and student-edited scholarly journal.
Professor Henry Gabriel has been named the 2017 recipient of the Leonard J. Theberge Award for Private International Law for making distinguished, long-standing contributions to the development of private international law.
Associate Professor David S. Levine's recent article in the Wake Forest Law Review Online argues that imbalances in the knowledge environment create a duty for law professors to ensure that underfunded and diffuse public interests have a say in policy debates.
Service opportunities, gatherings and other special programs at Elon this week will commemorate the legacy of the late civil rights leader.
Melina Oliverio '16 was named first runner-up for the ASIANetwork's Marianna McJimsey Award, which recognizes top student papers focused on Asia.
The #8 ranking for the program comes from College Magazine, which surveyed music recording technology and audio design programs around the country.
Katie Perez '15 launched the effort to help promote acts of kindness within the community.
Join President Leo M. Lambert and Elon alumni, parents and friends at one of the Evening for Elon events in spring 2017.
Gabrielle Beamon ’19 will be paired with an executive working in the entertainment and media industry and placed in a paid summer internship.
The grant will fund a project focusing on the challenges of women of color in science and math educational settings.
The project includes an installation in the Isabella Cannon Room in the Center for the Arts that will be on display through mid-February.
Melissa Douglas ’18 is Elon University’s first-ever recipient of the Richard Eaton Foundation Scholarship presented annually to students studying electronic media.
A recent article focused on "New Directions for Student Leadership," a sourcebook published by Cara McFadden, assistant professor of sport and event management, and Don Stenta, director of student life recreational sports at the Ohio State University.
JP Lavoie, recipient of the Acorn Accolade in November is recognized for his commitment to customer care, diligent problem-solving and dedication to the improvement of Elon’s many online applications.
Elon Law Dean Luke Bierman recently published a column in regional newspapers about the importance of the rule of law to the American system of governance.
Teacher education programs embrace U.S. Department of Education principles for integration of technology
Elon University's teacher education programs have pledged to pursue new principles for the integration of technology in teacher education defined by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Educational Technology.
The $2,000 scholarship awarded by N.C. Independent College and Universities is based on merit.
The assistant professor of sport and event management incorporates her personal experiences with the Virginia Tech massacre to promote discussion and analysis in the classroom.
The painting "Starburst" by Karen Yokley, associate professor of mathematics, is the fourth she's had accepted for the Bridges Organization's visual art exhibition at the annual Joint Mathematics Meetings.
Associate Professor Haya Ajjan shared how organizations are using artificial intelligence to make their brand experience more personalized and predictive.
Associate Professor Haya Ajjan discussed the Elon MBA and M.S. in Management organizational analytics concentration during the 2016 Pre-ICIS SIGDSA/IFIP WG8.3 Symposium: Innovations in Data Analytics.
Life@Elon book club meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 1:30 p.m., has been cancelled due to road conditions.
Mary Kelli Palka ’95 began leading the editorial staff and newsroom of the Jacksonville, Florida, daily newspaper on Jan. 1.
The law school's associate dean of experiential education and leadership took part in two programs organized as part of the annual meeting of the Association of American Law Schools.
Jonathan Albright, assistant professor of communications, has written extensively about the ecosystem of right-wing websites that distributed fake news leading up to last year's presidential election.
The winter storm that began moving through the region Friday afternoon dropped more than eight inches of snow on Elon's campus overnight.
The screening of the award-winning documentary will be begin at 8 p.m.
More than 1,100 students, faculty and staff are participating this month in 44 programs on six continents.
In a ceremony attended by some of North Carolina’s legal elite, Carrie Vickery L’09 took her oath of office Thursday to serve Forsyth County as a District Court judge, making her to first alum to ascend to the bench since Elon Law first opened a decade ago.
Johnson, an assistant professor of history, moves into the role of director after teaching COR 110 and Core Capstone Seminars, as well as being tapped as Common Reading coordinator in 2015.
The School of Communications’ new 220-seat movie theater will host programming throughout the month of January, beginning with the superhero film “Max Steel” this weekend.
Recent music theatre graduate Lizzie Markson '16 stars as Sophie in the Farewell National Tour of "Mamma Mia!"
Ginna Claire Mason '13 and Adam Kaplan '12 perform alongside Broadway vets in concert in Tokyo, Japan
Throughout the month of January, Elon is hosting a wide variety of events and "mini-seminars" surrounding the theme of celebrating human diversity.
A human service studies course has received national recognition from Learning By Giving Foundation and additional funding for class projects.
The School of Communications officially opened its new 7,300-square-foot facility on Jan. 3, hosting the pavilion's first classes.
The professor of law contributes each year to the Civil Procedure Section Newsletter of the Association of American Law Schools, helping to inform American law professors about changes to federal rules that govern the handling of lawsuits.
The former NPR correspondent had been slated to deliver a lecture about The Race Card Project, an initiative she launched in 2010 to spark conversation about race in America.
The professor of music had two articles published in the professional saxophone journal.
Elon’s School of Health Sciences welcomed two new classes of graduate students to the university community this week.
Curt Cignetti was introduced to the Elon community at a January 2 news conference in Alumni Field House.
Jason Husser is an assistant professor of political science and the director of the Elon University Poll.
The assistant professor of sport and event management played a prominent role in the November conference, promoting activities and discussions designed to advance the organization’s social justice initiatives.
As we bid farewell to 2016, we invite you to pause and remember the experiences, special events and milestones of the past 12 months at Elon.
The law school community gathered Dec. 15, 2016, to recognize 10 students who completed their legal studies a semester early while, in the words of Elon Law Dean Luke Bierman, “leaving this place better than you found it.”