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Students worked all semester, in and outside the classroom, to provide valuable services and products for the organization.
Moseley Center has different hours during finals week
Visions Magazine, Elon's sustainability publication, needs submissions.
Sections of Management Information Systems logged more than 1,100 service hours combined to create useful databases and websites for local nonprofit organizations.
Information and instructions to students who plan to withdraw at the end of the term
Cleo Dan and Julia Schast presented research at the annual meeting of the Georgia Political Science Association.
For the Thanksgiving Break, The Writing Center will close on Tuesday Nov. 26 at 3pm and REMAIN CLOSED until the University reopens, Monday Dec. 2.
Elon University's newest dining hall receives recognition for its sustainable design and operation.
Elon Alumnus Brett Evans '13 teams up with Registrar Rodney Parks to present research on recruiting and retaining vegetarian and vegan students.
Elon's senior BFA acting majors are hard at work raising money to bring to campus agents and casting directors from NYC and LA to forge connections in the professional world.
Elon’s senior Joseph Bruno, junior Brandon Joyner and assistant professor Vanessa Bravo reached about 174,000 persons with live tweeting and two videos
Junior Ashley Edwards presented the research with university Registrar Rodney Parks during an October conference.
Elon in LA Spring has had a spot open up!
Its contributions to a program that helps children learning to read has earned a special award for the university's chapter of the National Association for Music Education.
The honorary business fraternity welcomed 24 new undergraduate members majoring in management.
Campus Kitchen at Elon University teams up with the National Coalition for the Homeless in the national student campaign against hunger and homelessness with several events planned throughout the week.
From now until March 15, there is rolling admission (until full) for all Study USA summer programs. Some programs are nearing capacity so students are encouraged to apply now if interested.
Leigh Iler '14, a teaching fellow and Lumen Prize recipient, received the Outstanding Mathematics Education Award for the Central Region of North Carolina at the annual N.C. Council of Teachers of Mathematics conference on Friday, Nov. 1.
A total of nine mathematics majors presented their research results at the ninth annual Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference on Saturday, Nov. 2 at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro.
The Elon WPE is looking for new members for the Spring of 2014. No experience is required and it is open to any member of the student body.
Mentors for the GSK Women in Science Scholars Program connected with their mentees and visited a biotechnology class on Nov. 5.
A team of Martha and Spencer Love School of Business students placed first in the preliminary round of the College Fed Challenge held at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond in Charlotte, N.C.
Students and faculty with the Doherty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership are sponsoring Startup Weekend Triad from Nov. 22-24 in the Lakeside Meeting Room.
Several Elon Music Theatre majors participated with more than 200 other students from across the state at the National Association of Teachers of Singing NC Music Theatre competition.
Five Elon students in a "Children's Literature" course taught by Erin Hone read books to two dozen children from the greater Alamance County community.
Students present research at the Association for Business Communication international conference.
Seniors: Concerned about Life after Elon? Not sure you know how to balance your budget, find your first apartment or navigate the confusing world of insurance? Then you may want to sign up for this class in the winter or spring.
Our visting poet, Joe Millar, selected the winners in the Frederick Hartman Poetry Contest, and the winners are...
Students interested in sales learned more about employment opportunities from recruiters during the Oct. 22 event.
The Star Chapter Award is a national distinction that few chapters earn by meeting specific chapter and professional development goals.
Our annual poetry contest is happening soon!
Study USA is launching a summer internship program in Alaska starting this upcoming summer 2014.
The page was developed to support a growing population of transfer students on Elon University's campus.
Seven English (Teacher Licensure) majors attended the NC English Teachers Association conference in Wilmington, N.C., on Oct. 11 to learn new approaches to the classroom and join others in the local professional community.
Elon Law’s Moot Court Board is pleased to announce the 20 members of the class of 2015 who have been selected for membership on the Board.
Burst the Bubble programs are student-taught workshops that focus on new and exciting subjects you won’t find in your everyday classroom.
Students in an environmental studies class have been recognized for their conservation contributions at a local farm.
Hayley Sherman and John Boschini won the final round of the Sixth Annual Elon Law Intramural Moot Court Competition held on September 30. Genna Petre and Bree Shadrick were the first-runner up team. Shadrick was also named “Best Oralist from the Final Round,” and Michael Costolo was named “Best Oralist from the Preliminary Rounds.” The team of Katie Lester and Mark Henkle took “Best Brief” honors.
The School of Education held its fall semester Teacher Education Induction Ceremony on Tuesday, Oct. 1.
Oaks, the Academic Village and The Sustainables are leading the way in energy conservation.
The third edition of the online Journal of Leadership and the Law, published October 1, highlights a recent publication of John Alexander, former President of the Center for Creative Leadership and Distinguished Leadership Coach In Residence at Elon Law.
Elon students attended a conference in Winston-Salem, N.C., with a theme based on the bestselling book "Lean In" by Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg.
Application deadlines for the Winter Term courses New York and D.C.: Wealth and Poverty as well as Arizona: On the Line in the Immigration Debate have been extended through October 11.
Oaks D, Cannon Pavilion and The Sustainables from Colonnades are in the lead for conserving the most energy.
A head injury in 2003 ended Chris Nowinski’s career with WWE and led him to co-found an institute “dedicated to solving the sports concussion crisis through education, policy, and research.”
Elon students were awarded $114,500 in additional scholarships specifically for global study in the fall semester of 2013.
Communications assistant professor Dan Haygood organized the one-day event, which focused on mobile technologies, regulations and advertising.
The home of the Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life has been recognized by the U.S. Green Building Council for its sustainable design and operations.
A mobile app allows users to check availability and arrange to receive a text message when vehicles are fully charged and need to be moved.