Stanford University’s Michael Shanks visited Elon to share design thinking strategies and lead a discussion on the potential role of design thinking in the future of the liberal arts.
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Students combine writing skills, service learning focus to make an impact with community organizations
English 110 Class Partners With Community to Make a Difference in Alamance County Public Libraries and Service League
See what Elon students are making at the Maker Takeover in Moseley on April 26 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Three Elon students share design thinking with peers at the 6th annual Southeastern Eco-Reps Conference.
Six senior finance students assumed the role of research analysts and tested their ability to value a stock, write an initiation-of-coverage report and defend their recommendation to a panel of industry professionals.
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Molly Bauer ’19 and Heather Deiner ’19, accompanied by Associate Professor Amanda Sturgill, traveled to the University of Oklahoma March 3-4 to present their respective research topics.
Brooke Buffington of the Student Professional Development Center shared her story with students and asked them to think about their own stories.
The students participated in the educational and scholarly exchange on economic affairs during the association’s annual conference.
On Sunday, March 5, Elon hosted students, faculty and staff from Elon and the community for the closing of the Tournées French Film Festival: Join the Résistance!
The Student Government Association has appointed officers to the executive vice president, treasurer and secretary positions that were not filled during elections.
"Woodstock, Hippies and other Enduring Legacies: The Music of the 60s and 70s," (Mus274) features timeline projects that outlines the music and the social movements of an era
Michael Keenan '16, Associate Professor Jim Beuerle and A.L. Hook Associate Professor Chad Awtrey published a research paper in the most recent issue of the International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics.
Members of Elon's Presidential Search Committee have been selected and campus meetings are scheduled for March 14-15.
The students join a global community of Fellows charged with increasing campus engagement with innovation, entrepreneurship, design thinking and creativity.
Professors Raj Ghoshal and Katherine Johnson facilitated a student discussion of Peter Singer's "The Life You Can Save: Doing Your Part to End World Poverty," as the inaugural Read On Elon event.
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.
At the largest regional Writing Center conference in the country, two Writing Center consultants present on their experiences in the Writing Center Fellows program.
Presidential Search Committee chair Wes Elingburg provides an update on the search process to the Elon community.
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.
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
The event will center on professional and career development.
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.
Apply the design thinking process to enhance your living space with this hands-on workshop.
Students, faculty, and staff gathered on Feb. 7 to share a meal and listen to Professor Jason Aryeh’s presentation “Trailing my Art Alive” about the purpose and passion of dance.
All three locations of the Writing Center have opened for the Spring Semester.
As part of the “Innovation in America” course, students participated in Startup Weekend Bay Area, gaining insight into what it takes to turn ideas into reality.
Elon's diversity-themed Winter Term highlights national expert on transgender inclusion on college campuses.
The project, now on display, is from a Winter Term class that examined the music of the two decades, fromThe Beatles to the Bee Gees, and hippies to Nixon.
William Justice, design thinking coach at Fidelity Investments, coached Elon students on design thinking in a relevant and unique way.
The partnership was launched in 2015, and pairs Elon students with elementary school teachers and afterschool programs.
It is time to apply for the Ward Family Learning in Action Award, which is a $10,000 award offered every other year to support an Elon undergraduate student’s project. The deadline for proposals is Feb. 27, 2017, at noon.
The Winter Term course for first-year Business Fellows at Elon includes a global engagement piece with site visits in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
The #8 ranking for the program comes from College Magazine, which surveyed music recording technology and audio design programs around the country.
Need dedicated time to work on a writing project? Register now for our Winter Term Student Write In!
The $2,000 scholarship awarded by N.C. Independent College and Universities is based on merit.
Screening of George Gershwin's opera, Porgy and Bess, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on each day in Room 013 of McEwen Hall.
The Writing Center in Belk Library is now open for Winter Term.
A human service studies course has received national recognition from Learning By Giving Foundation and additional funding for class projects.
Organized by the school’s diversity committee, the end-of-semester unity event brought together students, faculty and staff for an afternoon of fun before finals week begins.
The Writing Center will be open through 4 p.m. this Friday. Schedule your last-minute appointments now.
Danielle Halliday ’17 and Riley Billman ’17 won the professional selling competition exclusively for Elon students.
Auditions/Interviews for the Spring 2017 Edition of the Elon Jazz Ensemble
Sophomore marketing, entrepreneurship major represents Elon at Lumina Foundation’s Beyond the Transcript event
The event was part of the Comprehensive Student Record Project, which is a partnership between the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers and Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education that aims to develop replicable transcript innovations..
Students in the Wilderness and Adventure Therapy course embarked on a global education experience in Peru to hike and camp on the Inca trail during the week of Thanksgiving break.
Unified Sports is a partnership between Special Olympics Alamance County and Elon University Campus Recreation that brings together Special Olympics athletes and Elon students through participation in various sports.
Students from a history class will be hosting an exhibition titled “China in the Early Modern World”