The chapter highlights the need for effective academic and student life partnerships in creating meaningful educational opportunities.
faculty & staff - publications
The assistant professor of French presented research on short-term study abroad programs and intercultural competence at the annual convention in May. Her article, "Preparing Undergraduates for Research Projects in Faculty-led Short-term Study Abroad Courses," appears in the Winter 2014 issue of CUR Quarterly.
Claussen's article is included in the summer 2014 issue of Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies (Purdue University Press).
The article, titled "How and Why Educators Use Twitter: A Survey of the Field," was published in the Journal of Research on Technology in Education.
The associate professor of religious studies was interviewed by BuddhistGeeks.com about her monograph "Icons and Iconoclasm: Kukai and Dogen on the Art of Enlightenment."
In her second edited issue of CrossCurrents Journal, the associate professor of religious studies complicates the scholarly category of New Religious Movements and argues that this label "fails to recognize both old and new elements in any evolving religious tradition, classifies completely disparate groups solely on the basis of their 19th-21st century establishment dates (not doctrines, practices, or family-resemblances to host or cognate groups), and often ignores adherents’ claims to their continuity with established sects."
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann has a CD review published in a professional women's arts journal.
The associate professor of psychology was published in the Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
The article was published in the International Journal of Communication and the book review was featured in International Migration Review.
Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord was retained by the North Carolina House and Senate, through the legislature’s Speaker and President Pro Tem, to represent the State in its efforts to get the U.S. Supreme Court to review a decision of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals that prohibits North Carolina from issuing “Choose Life” specialty license plates.
Eight papers from the 2013 Elon University Media and Religion Conference have been published in both e-Book and print-on-demand paperback formats.
Enrique Armijo engages FCC urging First Amendment rights for users of government-run online networks
Drawing from his scholarship about the application of the First Amendment to new technologies, Elon Law Professor Enrique Armijo submitted a July 9 filing with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) net neutrality proceeding.
The associate professor of communications studied the impact women's magazines had on the acceptance of cosmetic surgery.
The assistant professor of education recently published “Twitter’s Capacity to Support Collaborative Learning” in the International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann has two articles published in a professional saxophone journal.
Law professors at Elon recently have published scholarship and engaged in service at regional, national and international levels. Explore highlights of their work in this article.
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business professors recently published research on how marketing faculty can implement role-play simulations using technology to improve students’ communication abilities.
Two professors in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business recently had their research published in the journal Ethnic and Racial Studies.
Eric Fink and Roland Zullo co-author report recommending new federal student loan servicing structure
On June 25, as hundreds gather in Newark, Del. for major student loan lender Sallie Mae’s annual shareholder meeting, Elon Law Professor Eric Fink and Roland Zullo of the University of Michigan released promising new data on private companies’ ability to service federal student loans.
Contributions by the Elon assistant professor of communications are part of a 600-article volume.
Professor of English Cassandra Kircher's essay "On E.B. White, Adoption, and Writing Hybrid Reviews" was published in a 2014 edition of Essay Daily.
Dr. Olivia Choplin, an assistant professor of French, has published an article in The American Review of Canadian Studies, Vol. 44, Issue 1, 2014.
Assistant professor of mathematics Chad Awtrey and Elon undergraduates Brett Barkley '15, Jeremy Guinn '14 and Mackenzie McCraw '14 published their research article in the latest issue of the Pi Mu Epsilon Journal.
Natalie Sipala '15, early childhood minor and human service studies major, and Heidi Hollingsworth, assistant professor of education, co-authored an article in Milestones, a practitioner-oriented early care and education publication.
The article is titled "Using Cultural Artifacts to Understand Self and Other: A Global Exchange in Elementary Classrooms."
Heidi Hollingsworth, assistant professor of education, has published an article in the Early Childhood Education Journal, along with co-author Chih-Ing Lim, Investigator at the FPG Child Development Institute
The assistant professor of education recently published an article in the Journal for Science Teacher Education.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann had an article and CD review published in a professional trumpet journal.
Deeply touched by the stories from mothers and daughters from all walks of life, Christine Borzumato-Gainey, a counselor in Elon's Counseling Services, and co-author Suzanne Degges-White, of the University of Mississippi, address major themes in this complicated relationship in their book, "Mothers & Daughters: Living, Loving and Learning over a Lifetime."
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business professors recently published research on how customer-focused technology and customer orientation process impacts sales performance.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann had two articles published in a professional saxophone journal.
The review of "I Believe in ZERO: Learning from the World's Children" by Caryl M. Stern, president and CEO of the US Fund for UNICEF, appears in the May 2014 edition of a magazine published by the National Association for Campus Activities.
Senior Erin Walker and Registrar Rodney Parks were published in a new AACRAO publication, Helping Veterans Succeed: A Handbook for Higher Education Adminstrators.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann had a CD review published in a professional women's arts journal.
Kirstie Doehler and Laura Taylor co-author article on using online surveys in statistics classrooms.
A contribution to the edited volume "Asian Perspectives on Animal Ethics: Rethinking the Nonhuman" theorizes vernacular Hindu snake worship traditions in Tamil Nadu, India as a model for human and nonhuman animal relationships and a constructive environmental ethic.
The book explores the candor of Supreme Court nominees during their confirmation hearings.
Physics major Alison Deatsch ’13 is the first author of a manuscript on magnetic hyperthermia therapeutics published this March in the Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. The work, coauthored with Assistant Professor of Physics Ben Evans, describes physical mechanisms behind the remote heating of magnetic nanoparticles.
The professor of human service studies worked with Lauren Taylor '10 and Jamie Albright '13 on recently completed studies that have been published or presented to international audiences.
The research findings of Mark Kurt, assistant professor of economics, and Steve DeLoach, professor of economics, on the discouraged worker effect appear in the March/April 2014 issue of BizEd magazine.
Communications professors' research featured in a journal dedicated to teaching and learning.
Angela Owusu-Ansah, School of Education associate dean and associate professor, Melissa Joy Cutrera, Samford University alumna, and Amanda Strong Hilsmier, associate professor of special education at Samford University recently published "Current Practices in Multicultural Education: Curriculum Refor in the Elementary Classroom."
Professor Emeritus of History George W. Troxler, author of From a Grove of Oaks: The Story of Elon University, will be available at several book signings beginning March 12.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann has an article published in the professional trumpet journal.
Communications associate professor edits collection about how African Americans used the mass media as an advocacy tool.