The event series makes its international debut in London on Jan. 10, with President Leo M. Lambert attending to deliver a university update.
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In order to meet a community need, employees prepared turkey and all the fixings to be served through Allied Churches of Alamance County.
Being a successful theater actor in New York isn’t easy. Just ask Todd Horman ’94, the first graduate of Elon’s music theatre program who has managed to stay in the business thanks, in part, to Professor of Performing Arts Cathy McNeela, a mentor and friend who taught him the ropes 24 years ago.
The Nov. 19, 2014, program took place during National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week.
The Triad Business Journal showcased Elon President Leo M. Lambert and others with ties to the university in a Nov. 21, 2014, special section.
A School of Communications staff member and student emphasized empathy and the permanence of the Internet to high school students at The Burlington School.
Elon University announces an accelerated, full-time program with concentrations in corporate communications and organizational analytics.
Assistant Professor Amy L. Allocco visits India next year through a $25,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to interview families who seek protection and strength from spirits conjured during elaborate public ceremonies.
More than 140 students, faculty, staff and family members registered for a seasonal 5K run/walk that collected food for those in need around Alamance County.
The Inman Admissions Welcome Center will be the crown jewel of a campus visit experience for generations of Elon University students and their families.
A fellowship created by Elon University in 2008 will help support excellence in ongoing research and creative work by Janna Anderson, Heidi Frontani and Tom Henricks.
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning announces the recipients of the Fall 2014 Teaching and Learning Grants.
This semester's edition marks the 10th in the history of the Elon Journal.
The Student Government Association and the Office of Student Health and Wellness is sponsoring a toy drive for Toys for Tots from Nov. 24 - Dec. 5.
The honorary and professional fraternity Sigma Iota Epsilon inducted 16 new members on Nov. 13, 2014, in a LaRose Digital Theatre program.
Elon Phoenix fans at campus sporting events have new opportunities this year to divert waste from local landfills by using dedicated collection bins for food, plastic, paper and trash.
Elon Local News is named the Best Student Newscast in the Carolinas, and three Communications alumni are also recognized for their journalism and production efforts.
Attendants learned about the historical and contemporary factors facilitating the spread of Ebola in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
As more Elon students than ever before traveled overseas this fall for global experiences, a new report from the Institute of International Education shows the university maintaining its top placement in an annual ranking for the number of undergraduates who study abroad.
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.
The Entrepreneurship Living-Learning Community sponsored three road trips this semester to expand student learning from the classroom to real-world settings.
Phoenix runner tops the field with his sixth straight win of the season, including the Colonial Athletic Association conference championship.
More than $80,000 was awarded in scholarship assistance this fall as hundreds of Elon University students participate in semester study abroad programs that have seen strong growth in recent years.
The national Council on Undergraduate Research ranks Elon among the nation's top 57 colleges and universities "leading the way" in student participation.
Elon’s alumni donors will be specially recognized as part of the annual celebration that ushers in the winter season to campus.
The largest daily newspaper in central North Carolina called the ensemble's fall concert a program "full of color and masterful playing" and lauded Professor Thomas Erdmann for his conducting.
More than 50 students presented entrepreneurial ventures that offered solutions to social issues or ideas for a business opportunity.
The annual awards are sponsored by the Young Alumni Council and honor deserving Elon alumni who have graduated within the past decade.
Men and women who have served in the U.S. military were thanked and recognized during Elon's annual Veterans Day event on Nov. 11.
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.
A relief agency assisted by Elon University students earlier this semester is shipping food packed on campus to African nations grappling with an outbreak of the deadly Ebola virus.
The Nov. 7 forum featured insights from law scholars and collegiate athletics leaders. Practicing attorneys and other guests joined law students and faculty for a day of in-depth analysis and discussion.
Yasmine Arrington competes next August in Seattle on a platform of mentoring and supporting children of incarcerated parents.
Two students and one faculty member spoke at the Southeastern Sectional Meeting of the American Mathematical Society, which was held Nov. 8-9, 2014, at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Dr. Ann McKee visited campus on Nov. 6, 2014, to speak about her research into chronic traumatic encephalopathy, which has made headlines in recent years following the deaths of several high-profile retired football players.
Elon Law students participated in an Oct. 20 roundtable on public surveillance that included a presentation by Deven Desai, associate professor of law and ethics at the Georgia Institute of Technology Scheller College of Business.
Dara Redler, vice president at Coca-Cola North America Brands, shared with students how Coca-Cola has become one of the best-branded companies.
Emily Delaplane ’14 turned to the Student Professional Development Center last spring for advice and feedback when applying for a position in Delaware helping the families of hospitalized children.
Brett Leister ’16 and four teammates won the international corporate consulting competition sponsored by Louis Vuitton.
Elon student Robin French raised more than $3,000 to benefit a nonprofit that assists New York City's homeless youth population.
Professor Mary Jo Festle's presentation, “American women’s sports: what’s gender got to do with it?”, prompted discussion at the Nov. 4 dinner.
Claire Manship '13, an acting graduate, is touring the country with Theatreworks USA's Click, Clack, Moo.
The BFA acting alumnus will appear on an episode premiering on Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 9 p.m.
Benjamin Seay '03 co-stars this week on CBS's "Criminal Minds." The show airs Wednesday, Nov. 5, at 9 p.m.
A contest that debuted this fall challenged students, faculty and staff to reduce the amount of energy consumed in the buildings where they live and work.
North Carolina Campus Compact recognized the public health studies major with its 2014 Community Impact Student Award.
In the first of three “Community Connections” programs, experts answer questions about domestic violence and offer suggestions.
University trustee Jeanne Robertson and her husband Jerry have continued their support of Elon athletics by funding extensive improvements to the university’s track and field facilities.
Students also presented a session and blogged about their experiences during a student media conference in Philadelphia.