Geoffrey Lynn ’07 hopes to bring benefits to cancer patients and their families with a new personalized cancer vaccine.
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Kula has been recognized for shaping the American spiritual landscape and is regarded as one of America’s “most influential rabbis.”
The longtime staff member in the Office of University Advancement died on Feb. 23, 2017.
The data and rankings were compiled by Poets & Quants, a business education news outlet that last year ranked the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business No. 39 in the U.S. overall.
The Voices of Discovery Science Speaker Series hosts Steve Cummer, professor of electrical and computer engineering at Duke University, in McCrary Theatre at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 28
The article written by Elon’s university registrar, assistant registrar, and a student researcher was published in this month’s National Association of Colleges and Employers Journal. It highlights research that the team conducted to better understand employers’ perceptions of the new credential.
More than a dozen Martha and Spencer Love School of Business students were initiated into Elon’s chapter of the international honor organization.
Michelle Reissig ’17 is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a $15,000 scholarship and celebrates their academic and creative accomplishments.
The veteran reporter will lead a Feb. 27 presentation highlighting his most recent investigation into the most important yet most overlooked commodity in the world: sand.
Following his top finish in the association’s 2016 Monthly News Clip Contest, the Greensboro News & Record photojournalist was named the Southeast Regional News Photographer of the Year.
April 11, 7 p.m. - Panel Discussion on health, wellness and society sponsored by Elon University and The Burlington Times-News
Join us at the Global Short-Term Programs Fair at College Coffee on Feb. 28, where you can enter to win a FREE FLIGHT!
Reed LaPlante '03 was recently recognized as a young leader by the Triad Business Journal for his professional, personal and community accomplishments.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann had a review published in the professional women arts journal.
Julia Bleakney and a co-researcher have received a grant to complete a study of mentoring among writing center professionals.
Nina Namaste and Jessie Moore represented the Center for Engaged Learning in a recent AAC&U presentation featuring findings from the center’s 2015-17 research seminar on Integrating Global Learning with the University Experience.
Presidential Search Committee chair Wes Elingburg provides an update on the search process to the Elon community.
Reeves comes to Elon from Radford University, where he has served as head coach for the past seven seasons.
Elon DPT students, alumni and faculty present research at American Physical Therapy Association Combined Sections Meeting
Elon was well represented at the meeting in San Antonio, Texas, with one platform and 13 poster presentations.
Elon is featured on the annual list of American master’s-level institutions whose graduates received Fulbright student awards for 2016-17.
In a state competition for classical singers, three Elon students were recognized for their talents and will qualify for the regional competition in March.
Longmire-Avital presents at Cross-Cultural Counseling and Education Conference for Research, Action, and Change
The associate professor of psychology and coordinator of African and African-American Studies at Elon gave a talk titled “A Comparative Exploration of Depressive Symptomatology among Black and White Collegiate Women.”
Nick Livengood ’12 L’15 of Durham, N.C., made his gift to ensure that his university continues to thrive for generations to come.
The assistant professor of communications recently published articles in the Asian Journal of Communication and the Journalism & Mass Communication Educator.
Heidi Hollingsworth, assistant professor of education, offered insights for the report on a legislative proposal to reduce the age of compulsory school attendance in North Carolina.
An international studies and political science double major, Lutz feels at home in the academic organizations he has been a part while at Elon.
On Sunday, Feb., Elon hosted students, faculty and staff from Elon and the community for the opening of the Tournées French Film Festival: Join the Résistance!
Professor Rena Zito and Elon student Colleen Fitzpatrick '17 presented their research at the North Carolina Sociological Association conference
Amy Allocco, associate professor of religious studies, will direct fellowship program for juniors and seniors to promote research and community engagement.
The Elon Law faculty member recently discussed the future of the entertainment industry, legal questions surrounding drone use, and effective ways for the federal government to seek valuable public input on policies and potential trade agreements.
Longtime Elon benefactors Jeanne Swanner Robertson and Jerry R. Robertson received the university’s highest honor at the annual Night of the Phoenix event.
The INTERNow Communications Internship/Career Showcase attracted more than 30 employers to meet with School of Communications students seeking internships, employment and career advice.
Elon Law students built professional networks and learned more about opportunities in specific areas of law during a weeklong event welcoming more than 40 alumni back to campus.
How a 120-year-old kerosene-burning chandelier reunited Raymond Beck ’75 and his Elon mentor, Professor Emeritus of History and University Historian George Troxler, once again.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann had an article published in The International Trumpet Guild Journal.
Alexandra Solender Boyd '12 was named the National PhysTEC Teacher of the Year for her work at Holly Springs High School in Holly Springs, N.C.
The event will center on professional and career development.
Assistant Professor Cara McFadden’s “Facility and Venue Management” class and the Student United Way of Elon University assisted with the event’s Dec. 6 festivities.
The associate professor and department chair in the School of Communications has published a peer-reviewed article examining the country’s promotion of open source development and support of technological innovation.
Brian McDonald '01, a social studies teacher at Jordan High School in Durham, said "enlightening" speakers he heard while at Elon prompted him to create something similar for high school students.
Spencer Neiman '17 used the support he found at the Student Professional Development Center to help him land an internship that translated into a full-time job.
Elon’s new facilities framing Under the Oaks represent one of the nation’s finest learning environments for the study of communications.
Beginning on March 1, Elon will launch a new television system in campus residence halls, lounges and other common areas.
Thanks to a partnership with El Centro de Español that empowers students to communicate in Spanish with patients, Carleigh High DPT'17 is spending several weeks at a hospital in Peru as part of her DPT clinical education experiences
William Hawksley Barbee, a member of Elon’s mathematics faculty for 33 years, died on February 14 in Hickory, N.C. He was 78.
Several student groups, in coordination with Elon Law's career development, alumni and admissions offices, have organized programs from Feb. 20-25 to showcase the impact and importance of diversity in the legal profession.
Mia Watkins ’16, a cinema and television arts major, produced an award-winning music video for a new track by Handbook, a United Kingdom-based music producer.
The award honors distinguished professionals in the field of leisure and recreation who are considered to be a positive role model epitomizing the values and desired outcomes of recreation and demonstrates enthusiasm for the profession.
Sponsored by Women's, Gender, and Sexualities Studies, Health Promotion, and the Gender & LGBTQIA Center, national expert on masculinities, Michael Kimmel addressed a crowd on masculinity across collegiate environments.
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business director of undergraduate programs will serve as the advising business majors chair for the non-profit organization.