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  1. Elon Law scholar on machines as crime fighters

    Elon Law Professor Michael Rich’s article “Machines as Crime Fighters—Are You Ready?” in the winter 2016 edition of the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice magazine, examines legal and practical challenges to the automated prediction of criminals. 

  2. Lumen Scholar, alumna and math faculty publish research article

    Honors Fellow and Lumen Scholar Peter Jakes '17, alumna Robin French '15, associate professor Alan Russell and A.L. Hook assistant professor Chad Awtrey published a research paper in the inaugural issue of the Minnesota Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics.

  3. Catherine Bush publishes research article

    Catherine Bush, adjunct assistant professor of biology, along with two former undergraduate research students (Brandi Griffin and Joshua Steele; Valdosta State University), a former M.S. graduate student (Elizabeth Mercer; Valdosta State University) and Katherine R. Goodrich, a flower-scent specialist from Widener University, published a research article in the current issue of the Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society.

  4. Hannah Vaughan authors article on lawyers’ obligation to deaf clients

    Elon Law Professor Hannah Vaughan, director of the Law School’s Elder Law Clinic, authored “Falling On Deaf Ears: Lawyers’ Obligation to Provide Sign Language Interpreters for Deaf Clients.” Vaughan’s article appears in the December issue of Gray Matters, a publication of the North Carolina Bar Association’s Elder and Special Needs Law Section. 

  5. DPT students, faculty publish research

    The paper looks to determine if using Kinesio Taping® as a therapeutic intervention decreases plantar pain and improve functional outcomes in individuals with plantar fasciitis.

  6. Math majors and faculty publish research article

    A research team consisting of Jesi Weed '16, Sara Rodgers '16, Nicole Soltz '17, Assistant Professor Kristen Mazur, and A.L. Hook Professor in Science & Mathematics Chad Awtrey published an article in the most recent issue of an international mathematics journal.

  7. Chad Awtrey publishes research paper, gives invited talk

    The A.L. Hook Assistant Professor of Mathematics published a paper in the most recent volume of the International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics.  He also gave an invited talk at UNC-Greensboro on September 16, 2015.

  8. Jeffrey Carpenter co-authors journal article and book chapter

    The assistant professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program co-authored the article in the journal Professional Development in Education and the peer-reviewed chapter in the Handbook of Research on Teacher Education in the Digital Age.

  9. "Confidentiality creep" risks government abuse

    The dangers of growing secrecy in government, for instance new North Carolina legislation to keep death penalty chemical compounds confidential from the public, forms the focus of Elon Law Professor David Levine's latest blog post for Princeton University's Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP).

  10. Elon professor: ‘Marrying up’ not so simple

    Research co-authored by Rena Zito in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology shows that despite public policies that assume otherwise, disadvantaged women are rarely able to meet and marry financially secure men.