Ben Evans, assistant professor of physics, has been awarded patent #8,586,368 for a medical diagnostic device which measures blood coagulation.
faculty & staff - publications
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann has two articles published in a professional saxophone journal.
Jeff Carpenter, assistant professor of education, has co-authored an article titled "Preparing Students to Take Responsibility for Learning: The Role of Non-Curricular Learning Strategies"
Meredith Allison, associate professor of psychology, has had two recent articles published in peer-reviewed journals (complete citations are below).
Two Martha and Spencer Love School of Business professors recently published research on the impacts of macroeconomic shocks on the search intensity of the unemployed.
Darris Means, associate director for the Elon Academy, co-authored an article in the Journal of African American Males in Education.
The associate director of the Elon Academy co-authored an article in the Journal of African American Males in Education.
Elon Law Professor Henry Gabriel recently presented at law schools in St. Louis, Japan and the United Kingdom, as well as publishing scholarship in the Journal of Arbitration Studies.
Developing and Sustaining Adult Learners is the second volume in a series of scholarly publications associated with the annual Adult Higher Education Alliance.
A Martha and Spencer Love School of Business professor's research on sexually transmitted infections with semi-anonymous matching has been published in the journal Health Economics.
“Team Teaching India’s Identities Across State and National Borders” in Religious Studies News discusses some of the pedagogical strategies that informed the “India’s Identities: Religion, Caste & Gender in Contemporary South India” Winter Term study abroad course.
Two professors in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business recently had their research comparing the outcomes of online versus face-to-face undergraduate business school learning published.
Elon counselor Christine Borzumato-Gainey is the co-editor of a recently published book, "College Student Mental Health Counseling: A Developmental Approach."
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann had an Article/CD review published in the professional Womens' Arts Journal.
Kevin Boyle, professor of English, publishes three poems in Terminus magazine.
Das, DiRienzo, Lanier, Rich publish article on anti-human trafficking policies and freedom of the press
Four Martha and Spencer Love School of Business professors recently had their research on anti-human trafficking policies and freedom of the press published in the International Journal of Management and Marketing Research.
The journal, which is the offical publication of Music Teachers National Association, published Shimron's review in the October/November 2013 issue.
The article presents an infrastructure for the replicable study of email archives.
Jessie L. Moore, Peter Felten, and Michael Strickland contributed a chapter on Elon University's Faculty Writing Residencies to a new edited collection. "Supporting a Culture of Writing: Faculty Writing Residencies as a WAC Initiative" describes the annual writing residency that the authors launched in 2006.
Connotation Press has published three poems by Professor of English Kevin Boyle.
In a recently published article, Elon Law Professor Tom Molony identifies ambiguities in federal law and judicial frameworks that have attempted to define when fraudulent activity is connected to securities transactions. Molony’s article also poses solutions to the lack of clarity in this area of law.
Laura Taylor, assistant professor of statistics, co-authors invited article in Lifetime Data Analysis on “Nonparametric estimation with recurrent competing risks data”.
Assistant professor of economics Steven Bednar publishes "Tax Benefits for Graduate Education: Incentives for Whom?"
The Berkeley Business Law Journal has published scholarship by Elon Law Professor Faith Rivers James focusing on demographic diversity as a strategy for nonprofits to achieve better corporate governance and organizational performance.
"Nationalities Papers: The Journal of Nationalism and Ethnicity" published the Elon University professor's history of relations between China and Tibet leaders - and what it all means for the West.
Srikant Vallabhajosula, assistant professor of physical therapy, recently published two articles.
Dianne Ford co-authored an article with librarian Nancy Gibbs from Duke University for the September 2013 edition of Serials Review.
Professor of Mathematics Jeff Clark's "Using Escher's Work to Demonstrate Symmetries of the Plane" appears in the current issue of the New York State Mathematics Teachers' Journal.
Elon alumna Amanda Bienz '12, Assistant Professor of Mathematics Karen Yokley and Associate Professor of Mathematics Crista Arangala recently published the article "Magic Polygrams," which investigates arrays of numbers similar to magic squares.
Shawn Tucker, associate professor of fine arts, edited the special issue of Interdisciplinary Humanities, which is the flagship scholarly journal in his discipline.
The associate professor of art history co-edited the article "Art in Italy" and authored multiple original essays and annotations.
Clyde Ellis publishes recent powwow research on NC tribes that examines the relationship of powwow singing and contemporary Native identity.
Kevin Boyle had poems published in The Hollins Critic, Fourth River, and Briar Cliff Review.
"Preparing Advocates: Service-Learning in TESOL for Future Mainstream Educators," by associate professor Jessie L. Moore, appears in the September 2013 issue of TESOL Journal.
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Geoffrey Claussen recently published a translation of a 19th century Jewish text in the Jewish Review of Books
The article examines the Sense of Competence Scale-Revised, which measures the sense of competence of college students.
Paul Crenshaw, assistant professor of English, recently had two essays appear in Cerise Press.
The paper explains the transnational communication strategies utilized by the governments of Costa Rica and El Salvador to inform about external voting rights
Assistant Professor of Religious Studies Amy L. Allocco recently published an article titled “From Survival to Respect: The Narrative Performances and Ritual Authority of a Female Hindu Healer," in the Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion.
Amanda Sturgill, Phillip Motley and Staci Saltz all wrote articles for an AEJMC peer-reviewed journal.
Elon Law Professor Henry Gabriel’s scholarship in domestic and international commercial law has been published recently in a book and several law journal articles.
The associate professor in the School of Communications examines the impact of political cartooning as part of a multi-author book on media sensationalism in the 19th century.
Katy Rouse, assistant professor of economics in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business, recently published a policy brief article titled, "Multi-Track Year-Round Schooling as Cost Saving Reform: Not Just a Matter of Time.”
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann has a CD review published in a professional WomenArts journal.
“Constitutional Law: Cases in Context,” coauthored Georgetown Law Center Professor Randy E. Barnett and Elon Law Professor Howard E. Katz was published by Wolters Kluwer in June.
In an article published by the Cleveland State Law Review, Elon Law Professor Tom Molony explores whether false or misleading advertisements primarily directed to consumers qualify as securities fraud.
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Law Andy Haile questions divergent standards applied to sales and corporate income taxes in his most recent scholarship.
Paul Crenshaw, assistant professor of English, recently published two essays and two short stories.