LGBTQIA alumni return for this annual program on helping LGBTQIA students and employees navigate their professional careers and personal identities.
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Due to the overnight ice storm, Elon's main campus and its law school in downtown Greensboro, N.C., will be closed. Read this note for important information on campus operations and revisions to the schedule for Fellows Weekend.
The pavilion sustained significant damage when a nearby tree toppled because of ice and wind. Students, non-essential university personnel, and campus visitors are instructed to stay clear of the area.
The associate professor of English will be reading excerpts from his new novel, Kids These Days, at 7 p.m. in Johnston Hall.
Elon men's club lacrosse is on a winning streak and only seeks to improve
Elon Law and MBA students met with top business and law leaders in Shanghai, Hong Kong, Cuba and the Cayman Islands through collaborative international business courses.
Professor Emeritus of History George W. Troxler, author of From a Grove of Oaks: The Story of Elon University, will be available at several book signings beginning March 12.
Most media attention about West Virginia focuses on poverty or the coal industry, but the Periclean Scholars Class of 2014 at Elon University is dedicated to a different aspect of the state — the people.
Omolayo Ojo is competing for a highly competitive national fellowship awarded each year to those with goals of working in public service or government. Winners will be announced in April.
The National Association for Music Education recognized its Elon University members for their contributions to the "It Takes a Village" Project reading program.
The School of Education welcomed 23 students into its Teacher Education Program during a March 4 induction ceremony.
A new initiative brings a weekly conversation starter every Monday that encourages students, faculty, staff and the greater community to engage in thought provoking, fun and challenging discussions.
Elon University's Isabella Cannon Global Education Center created a program that allows students to spend a full semester living, learning and interning in the "Big Apple."
Edward W. Felten, a computer security and privacy expert, urged students to figure out what it will take to keep personal information private.
Join Elon fans in Asheville, N.C., as we prepare to cheer on the Elon men’s and women’s basketball teams at the 2014 SoCon Basketball Championships.
The awards recognize alumni who have graduated in the past 10 years and who have enjoyed major professional success, made a big difference in their community and been loyal supporters of Elon.
Emory University Professor Hiram Maxim visits Elon University on March 10 to lead a timely discussion on writing and critical thinking.
Elon continues its 125th anniversary video series with a look at the university's remarkable journey from near collapse in the 1930s to a place of prominence in American higher education.
Join Elon's Women’s/Gender Studies Program and Elon Athletics as they celebrate the history and achievements of women’s athletics at Elon during Women’s History Month.
Sam Jennings, a 2011 mathematics with teacher licensure graduate, is making waves early in his teaching career at South Brunswick High School in Southport, N.C.
Elon University trustees have granted tenure and approved promotions for faculty for the 2014-15 academic year. The action came at the board's spring meeting, held on campus Feb. 28-March 1.
Only one-third of North Carolina registered voters approve of U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan's job performance, her lowest rating in a year, according to the latest Elon University Poll.
The Elon University board of trustees has elected longtime board members Barbara Bass and James Maynard to serve as life trustees, and outgoing board member Tom Mac Mahon as emeritus trustee.
Elon women's lacrosse team claimed its first win in program history with a 16-7 victory over Saint Francis during its first home game on March 1 at Rhodes Stadium.
The center on the first floor of the Koury Business Center named for one of Elon’s most devoted families is the centerpiece of a sales program that school leaders cite for helping to elevate the university’s national reputation.
Daniel Asia, a renowned professor of composition at the University of Arizona, comes to campus March 3-4 for programs sponsored by the Department of Music, the Fund for Excellence in the Arts and Sciences and the Lori and Eric Sklut Emerging Scholar in Jewish Studies Fund.
Patrick G. Awuah Jr., president of Ashesi University in Ghana, traveled from Africa to the United States to receive an award that recognizes entrepreneurs who are leaders in their industry and who exemplify the values of Elon University.
Five second-year students, one alum (DPT 2013) and a faculty member from Elon DPTE presented their research work on February 21, 2014.
Steve DeLoach, Jennifer Platania and Stephanie Franz '11 studied the effects of part-time work on students’ academic performance.
Mary Savarese '14 received the David S. Bruce Outstanding Undergraduate Abstract Award from the American Physiological Society.
Katherine Blunt, a journalism and history double major, was one of three students selected from for the internship program this summer.
A Feb. 24 National Law Journal article about the growth of employer outreach programs at law schools features insights from S. Christian Smith, Elon Law’s assistant dean for professional development and chair of the Employer Outreach Section of NALP (National Association of Law Placement).
Senior Leah Hayes and University Registrar Rodney Parks presented research at SACRAO on integration challenges of victims of sexual violence.
A space on the first floor of Lindner Hall now bears the name of two emeriti professors of history whose combined service to Elon University spans more than three quarters of a century.
Junior Ashley Edwards and Rodney Parks received the journalism award at the Southern Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers conference in Raleigh for their work on transgenderism in higher education.
Application deadline for Study USA summer programs is March 1 and students are encouraged to apply now.
Eleven accounting and finance students were welcomed into the Lambda Xi chapter of Beta Alpha Psi
Jack Ryan P’17, senior vice president, human resources at GE Capital, shared his business experiences and leadership knowledge with students and faculty on Feb. 19 in the LaRose Digital Theater.
Lisa Rosenberg, Belle Booker, Kris Zorigian, Angela Owusu-Ansah and Victoria Shropshire will use funding to help develop innovative approaches to writing in various courses.
President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley '46 recounted stories from Elon's early years when he spoke with students living in Danieley Center as part of an annual dinner organized by the residential campus neighborhood.
Communications associate professor edits collection about how African Americans used the mass media as an advocacy tool.
The celebration will be held March 11 as part of the university’s Founders Day activities.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas "came out" as an undocumented immigrant three years ago and shared his story with an Elon University audience on Feb. 22 during the Intersect: Diversity & Leadership Conference.
Registrar Rodney Parks and Erin Walker presented an excerpt of the work they co-authored regarding the impact of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injuries on veterans returning to higher education.
Aubrey Crawley '16 plans to further her German language skills by studying at Reutlingen University beginning this fall.
Four leaders in technology, entertainment and design were the speakers for a TEDx event on Feb. 22, 2014.
A semesterly residential contest that challenges students in residence halls to use less energy starts this week and ends just before Spring Break.
Todd Leonard '14 credits resources available through the Student Professional Development Center for teaching him some of the best practices he used through the "Elon in LA" program to secure a late-night TV internship.
Glenda Phillips Hightower visited the university on Thursday and spent part of her day talking with current students about her struggles and triumphs in 1963 as Elon's first full-time African-American student.