The professor of music had an article published in the professional trumpet journal.
faculty & staff - publications
An article by Associate Professor Andy Haile in a forthcoming issue of the University of Richmond Law Review points to the 1993 Religious Freedom Restoration Act as a possible defense for conscientious objectors who refuse to serve in some, but not all, wars.
Mark Mallon, assistant professor of strategic management, researched the in-crisis performance of multinational enterprises in relation to pre-crisis development of asset management capabilities.
International business professor Carri Tolmie and Love School of Business founding dean Thomas Tiemann published a case through the Ivey Business School Foundation.
The book, "Ritual Innovation: Strategic Interventions in South Asian Religion," features 13 chapters written by renowned scholars of religion in South Asia.
The second edition of "Mobility in Context: Principles of Patient Care Skills," authored by Charity Johansson and Susan Chinworth and published by F. A. Davis Company, instructs students in patient mobility skills that are based on current clinical evidence and practiced within the context of patient-centered care.
Meredith Allison and Erin Martin '16 publish paper in International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice
Meredith Allison and alumna Erin Martin co-authored an article on Canadian and American perceptions of sex offender registries with colleague Sandy Jung of MacEwan University in Canada.
Religious Studies Professor Geoffrey Claussen's new article appears in the journal Polin.
In January, Scott Proudfit, Assistant Professor of English, published an essay in the journal Modern Drama and a chapter and introduction in Palgrave's edited collection "Contemporary Approaches to Adaptation in Theatre."
Peer-reviewed scientific study by Overman and co-authors shows that age differences in memory can depend on the way that visual information is presented.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, Julie Justice, assistant professor of education, and Scott Morrison, assistant professor of education, published articles in the journal Learning Landscapes.
The article co-authored by Sabrina Thurman, assistant professor of psychology, appeared in the Journal of Motor Learning and Development.
Jessie L. Moore and Peter Felten served as guest editors of a special issue of the International Journal for Academic Development (IJAD).
The classic handbook for arguments by Anthony Weston, professor of philosophy, is now out in a new fifth edition from Hackett Publishing Company.
In this D'var Torah, or words of wisdom interpreting verses from the Hebrew Bible, Associate Chaplain Rabbi Meir Goldstein muses on Exodus 10:1-13:16.
The associate professor of communications published his new text in an easy-to-read, you-can-do-it tone with one clear objective: helping students land the job they seek.
Mat Gendle, professor of psychology, and Carmen Monico, assistant professor of human service studies, address the role of U.S. drug policy on the displacement of unaccompanied minors from Central America
Barjinder Singh, assistant professor of management, researched the relationship between three dimensions of performance appraisal fairness, leader-member exchange, and motivation to improve performance.
The associate professor of communications was recently featured in a blog post titled “Corporate environmental ads are more persuasive when concern is high” on the website for the Arthur Page Center for Integrity in Public Communication.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann had an article published about Etienne Charles in the professional trumpet journal.
Pumping iron: Madzima publishes article on the benefits of resistance exercise in breast cancer survivors
Titch Madzima, assistant professor of exercise science, has published an article in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise on the effects of moderate to vigorous resistance exercise combined with a daily protein supplement on body composition and muscular strength in breast cancer survivors.
The article by Rosemary Haskell, professor of English, appeared in a special issue of the journal South Atlantic Review.
Techniques from the tech world: Pope-Ruark’s new book shows how to put Agile strategies to work in academia
A first book by Rebecca Pope-Ruark, associate professor of English, published by the University of Chicago Press looks at how the popular Agile project management techniques can be applied in the classroom and in research work.
Mark Enfield and Teaching Fellow alum Sara Rosenthal '16 collaborate on book about science education
Enfield, associate professor of education worked with Rosenthal to write “Taking science home: Reflexivity on becoming a teacher insider in an afterschool science program,” a book about their efforts to bring science learning to local children in an informal after-school program. The book narrates their efforts to become insiders in the social and cultural context, their learning as teachers, and the ways that science learning mediated between the children, teachers, context and content through the after-school program.
Research co-authored by the assistant professor of international business examines the influence of corporate social responsibility and consumer ethnocentrism.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, and Julie Justice, assistant professor of education, published an article in the peer-reviewed journal Computers in the Schools.
Religious Studies Professor Geoffrey Claussen's chapter is included in "Jewish Religious and Philosophical Ethics," published by Routledge
Research co-authored by Barjinder Singh, assistant professor of management, examines the relationship between support and embeddedness.
The art historian appears in the Fall/Winter 2017 volume with a critique of contemporary art historical Orientalism.
Associate Professor of Management Brian Lyons published his paper about the effectiveness of peer reporting policies.
Jamane Yeager conducted a study to evaluate electronic usage statistics for Elon University’s Carol Grotnes Belk Library.
Assistant professor of English Jennifer Eidum Zinchuk chronicles and assesses a pre-college transitional writing course that focuses on building students’ metacognition, confidence, and fluency in writing.
A.L. Hook Associate Professor Chad Awtrey publishes a research paper with alumni Taylor Cesarski '17 and Peter Jakes '17 in the latest issue of an international number theory journal.
Ray Knight, professor of accounting, researched the impact of random changes in allocations of partnerships.
Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education Conference 2017 featured work from CEL’s 2011-2013 Critical Transitions: Writing and the Question of Transfer research seminar.
Assistant Professor Chris Harris co-authored two papers that were presented in the meeting’s “Trade Credit” session.
Doherty Emerging Professor of Entrepreneurship Sean McMahon researched entrepreneurial coachability and its influence on a potential investor.
Janet Warman has published "Panther and Jaguar" in "Nasty Women Poets: An Unapologetic Anthology of Subversive Verse."
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, co-authored two articles that appeared in November issues of the journals Educational Leadership and Phi Delta Kappan.
The chapter is part of the book "The African Metropolis: Struggles over Urban Space, Citizenship, and Rights to the City."
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Pamela D. Winfield participated in a lecture and book-signing event at The Japan Society in New York on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017.
The essay by Kirstin Ringelberg, professor of art history, reinterprets the "floral empire" of artist/salonnière Madeleine Lemaire as a queer heterotopia.
Research co-authored by Assistant Professor Brittany Mercado presents a meta-analytical investigation of cyberloafing.
Oxford University Press has just published the fourth edition of Anthony Weston's widely-used textbook, "A 21st Century Ethical Toolbox."
Assitant Professor Matt Pardo, who is also co-director of The Blanket, was interviewed for the October edition of Departures Magazine, the magazine for American Express Card Members.
Rena Zito, assistant professor of sociology, published a chapter on the sociology of deviance in Sociology in Action.
The associate professor of communications conducted a corporate social responsibility study, exploring how company-cause relationships and acknowledgement of benefit impacts perceived motivations and skepticism.
Assistant Professors Timothy Norvell and Alisha Horky researched the effects gift card programs have on company revenue and profit.
Elon University physics major Helen Meskhidze '16 co-authored a research publication with Assistant Professor of Physics Chris Richardson for the journal Astrophysics and Space Science
The essay, "Senegalese Migrant Novelist Fatou Diome is Now the Militant Marianne," by Professor of English Rosemary Haskell appeared in World Literature Today's "Cultural Cross Sections" blog.