The campus community took part Thursday in the Reading of the Names, a daylong program on the front steps of Moseley Center organized by Elon Hillel.
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Ten management majors successfully completed testing to earn the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® designation.
Seven School of Communications faculty and staff members attended the 2016 Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts in Las Vegas, where a recent interactive media graduate and cinema and television arts major were presented with awards.
The School of Communications chapter of Lambda Pi Eta hosted a May 4 induction ceremony, with Associate Professor Naeemah Clark serving as the event’s keynote speaker.
Top business students were inducted into Elon’s international honor society serving business programs accredited by AACSB International.
During the May 3 awards ceremony, Jeremy Recoon ’16 received the Major of the Year Award and alumnus Christopher Bayly ’08 served as the evening’s guest speaker, highlighting his career in the sports consulting industry.
Healthy eating and cooking are the focus of work with Healthy Alamance and the Career and Technical Education Center.
Abigail Seymour L'17 is one of a select group of law students from across the nation invited to join the American Bar Association's new Civil Rights and Social Justice Law Student Committee.
Katherine Shafer ’15, an international studies major from Port Jefferson, N.Y., will spend 11 months teaching English in Taiwan as part of a federal program that promotes mutual goodwill between people of the United States and people of other nations.
Due to inclement weather, Elon's annual Strawberry Festival will now wish the Elon Community Garden a happy 10-year anniversary on Monday, May 9, from 3:30-6:30 p.m.
Outstanding students were honored at Elon's annual cermony sponsored by the Gender and LGBTQIA Center.
Katie Jarret Burke ’03 offers practical financial planning strategies for the Class of 2016 and young alumni.
Jenna Mason ’16, a special education and middle grades education double major from Wilton, CT, will spend a year teaching English in Thailand as part of a federal program that promotes mutual understanding and good will between U.S. citizens and citizens of other nations.
The 23rd annual Phillips-Perry Black Excellence Awards Celebration recognized students for academic achievement and involvement in the Elon Experiences.
Donations benefit regional charities and assist those in need in Alamance County and beyond.
The Sport and Event Management Department hosted its spring 2016 Project Palooza, displaying student work conducted during the semester.
Elon students discussed their projects with the community at the Burlington Mini Maker Faire.
A total of 35 undergraduate and graduate students in the School of Education were inducted into the international honor society in education April 28, 2016.
Elon University students and one staff member were recognized for their accomplishments at an April 28, 2016, program that highlights campus leaders.
The former U.S. Attorney for the District of Maryland shared insights from his experience managing the risks associated with doing business globally.
For the third year, the North Carolina Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers met on campus April 15-16.
David L. Wyrick ’94, Stuart E.Y. Richie ’10 (in absentia) and Maurice “Don” Owens ’95 were honored with the 2016 Elon College Distinguished Alumni Awards during a special April 28 ceremony.
This semester's edition marks the 13th in the history of the Elon Journal, the nation’s first and only undergraduate research journal in communications.
The innovative fashion and furniture designer received the award that recognizes entrepreneurs who are leaders in their industry and who exemplify the values of Elon University.
The new institute now supports both students and student-athletes at Elon while continuing to lead evidence-based research and practice in the field of concussions and mental health.
A strategic communications and international studies major conducted research on global internet leaders' plans to reach everyone, everywhere.
Elon University students and professors shared research findings and creative work Tuesday at the Spring Undergraduate Research Forum, a day set aside each spring for the campus community to recognize scholarship and faculty mentoring relationships.
Morgan Goldstein ‘16, an elementary education and special education double major from Robbinsville, N.J., will travel to Spain in September as part of a federal program that builds good will between the United States and people of other nations.
A chemistry major conducted research that could allow future researchers to improve paints and plastics, make cheaper rubber and reduce greenhouse gases.
This week, Elon students are involved in activities to mark CELEBRATE! 2016, a celebration of achievements in academics and creative endeavors.
Alex Ofori ’17 participated in a four-day multimedia workshop at North Carolina A&T State University, receiving instruction from experienced faculty members and industry professionals.
The English major was selected for the media organization’s Lifestyle Group Fellowship Program and will assist the editorial staff of Coastal Living, a print and online magazine based in Birmingham, Alabama.
Elon’s Village Project is now operating at five local public schools with help from many student groups including athletics, Fellows and fraternities.
Phoenix gear will be produced by the leading apparel and equipment producer beginning in July 2016.
The former Democratic candidate for president traveled to North Carolina on April 26 for a special campus interview with Associate Professor David Levine, host of the "Hearsay Culture" radio program celebrating its 10th anniversaryon KZSU-FM at Stanford University.
In honor of the intellectual environment of CELEBRATE! Week, submit your sustainability-related research and projects to the Database to motivate future students.
Students and faculty members of the School of Communications participated in the 23rd annual Spring Undergraduate Research Forum, sharing their scholarship with the Elon University community.
Take advantage of this short-term volunteer role that is now open for alumni who graduated from 2006 to 2015.
The Department of Sport and Event Management course partnered with Elon Athletics and the Office of Student Activities to host an April 23 block party in conjunction with a busy afternoon of on-campus sporting events.
Madison Tamblyn pitched her venture, MadDogg Heat Sleeve, to angel and venture capital investors during the start-up competition.
Christina Daniels-Freeman ‘16, a strategic communications and international studies double major from Durham, N.C., will spend nine months teaching English in Turkey as part of a federal program that promotes mutual good will between people of the United States and people of other nations.
Stephanie Baker White, assistant professor of public health studies, and Ann Meletzke, executive director of Healthy Alamance, were selected to participate in the Community-Based Participatory Research Partnership Academy.
Thirty-one students presented individual comprehensive research projects on economic issues.
Participants learned from industry experts how to turn business analytics into profitable insights.
Five members of the Elon University community and one School of Communications graduate attended the 12th annual conference of The Forum on Education Abroad.
An exercise science major conducted research on the effects of drinking vs rinsing with water while running.
The Los Angeles-based technology consultant noted that his connection to his alma mater continues to grow with every passing year, thanks to the friends and mentors he found on campus.
The annual event held on April 15, 2016, involved more than 350 athletes and 100 Elon volunteers.
A statistics and economics double major conducted research on the effects of armed conflicts on the incidence rates of infectious diseases.
Erin Luther ‘16, an international studies and Spanish double major from Bristol, Tennessee, travels to South America next spring as part of a federal program that builds good will between the United States and people of other nations.