Research co-authored by the assistant professor of international business examines the influence of corporate social responsibility and consumer ethnocentrism.
faculty & staff - publications
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.
The Statement on Integrating Global Learning with the University Experience: Higher-Impact Study Abroad and Off-Campus Domestic Study is now available for free download from the Center for Engaged Learning.
The work by Kathy Gallucci, associate professor of biology, on the case study titled “Why Can’t We Build a Biosphere?” was supported by the National Science Foundation.
Professor Laura Roselle of the Department of Political Science and Policy studies has co-edited a special issue of Politics and Governance on "Narratives of Global Order."
"Solar Financing in North Carolina: The Untapped Potential of Power Purchase Agreements" by Associate Professor Andy Haile was published in the most recent issue of the North Carolina Law Review.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann had an article published about John Daversa in the professional trumpet journal.
Jessie L. Moore and Joyce Kinkead write about the transformative power of undergraduate research on the National Council of Teachers of English blog, Literacy & NCTE.
Erin Gillespie, assistant professor of marketing, co-authored a paper on the impact brand attachment has on the performance of salespeople.
Associate Professor of Management Brian Lyons co-edited a special issue about how sports data can be used to study organizational phenomena.
Cindy Fair, chair of the Department of Public Health Studies, has co-authored three journal articles with recent graduates relating to the maturing cohort of adolescents and young adults with perinatally acquired HIV.
The essays were published in response to Associate Professor of Religious Studies Geoffrey Claussen's recent book, "Sharing the Burden."
"The Double Life of Law Schools" by Elon Law Professor Steve Friedland and Ian Holloway of the University of Calgary will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Case Western Reserve Law Review.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, co-authored the article in the peer-reviewed journal Teaching and Teacher Education.
Rena Zito, assistant professor of sociology, examined how gendered employment dynamics influence coercion and physical violence in intimate relationships.
Brandon Sheridan, assistant professor of economics, researched the impact of Twitter on student learning.
Pamela D. Winfield, associate professor of religious studies, co-edited the recently published work with Steven Heine, professor of religious studies and history and director of the Asian Studies Program at Florida International University.
Doherty Emerging Professor of Entrepreneurship Sean McMahon and Elon alumna Laura Orr ’16 researched if readers of popular business books perceived the books to be sources of authoritative information, compared to their actual quality.
Paula Weller, Linda Poulson and Brian Nienhaus published an accounting case study in the IMA Educational Case Journal.
The findings are for projects related to ongoing research on associative memory by Overman, an associate professor of psychology and associate director of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning.
“Third Generation Discrimination: The Ripple Effects of Gender Discrimination in the Workplace” by Professor Catherine Ross Dunham will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Akron Law Review.
India Johnson selected for research grant, co-authors paper examining how to effectively support black women in STEM
India Johnson, an assistant professor of psychology, has been awarded a small research grant through the Society for Personality and Social Psychology and has co-authored a recent paper in the Journal of Experimental and Social Psychology.
Professor of Computing Sciences Megan Squire writes about how a move to ban systems that totally encrypt messages from sender to recipient threatens access to the best security mechanisms. Originally published by The Conversation, the article has appeared in Scientific American, the San Francisco Chronicle, Phys.org and other media outlets.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, co-authored the article in the peer-reviewed journal The Internet and Higher Education.
A manuscript coauthored by Jen Dabrowski, assistant professor of chemistry, on conversion of sugars was featured as an Organic Chemistry Highlight on Organic Chemistry Portal.
Bednar contributes to the Brown Center on Education Policy’s Chalkboard blog at the Brookings Institution
Steven Bednar, assistant professor of economics, partnered with Dora Gicheva of UNC-Greensboro on the post for the blog, which features policy relevant research on education topics.