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  1. Aaron Trocki presents research, receives award

    Aaron Trocki, assistant professor of mathematics, presents original research and receives award at the  National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Research Conference in San Francisco April 11-14, 2016.

  2. Haya Ajjan’s paper published in business journal

    Research co-authored by the assistant professor of management information systems examines social media use by women entrepreneurs in Egypt and was published in International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business.

     

  3. Robin Attas publishes book review

    Robin Attas reviews Ron Moy's Authorship Roles in Popular Music in the most recent issue of the online peer-reviewed journal Music Theory Online.

  4. Rosemary Haskell publishes article

    Rosemary Haskell, Department of English, publishes an article about representations of migration in the novels of francophone Senegalese author, Fatou Diome.

  5. Chad Awtrey and alumni publish math research paper

    A.L. Hook Assistant Professor Chad Awtrey and alumni Brett Barkley '15, Nicole Miles '15, Chris Shill '14, and Erin Strosnider '14 published their paper, "Degree 12 2-adic fields with automorphism group of order 4", in the most recent issue of the Rocky Mountain Journal of Mathematics.

     

  6. Jeffrey Carpenter co-authors journal article

    The assistant professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program co-authored the article in the journal Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education.

  7. Henry Gabriel spearheads global Legal Guide on Contract Farming

    Elon Law Professor Henry Gabriel chaired the working group and was the general editor of the recently published Legal Guide on Contract Farming, a joint publication of the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization, the International Fund for Agricultural Development and the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law.  

  8. 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. 

  9. 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.