Assistant Professors David Bockino and Qian Xu shared their respective research highlighting a variety of topics, including new institutionalism and journalism education, smartphone usage, and the online discussion in China regarding genetically modified foods.
faculty & staff - publications
The associate professor of biology shares his insights on how mockingbirds imitate the sounds of other species.
The co-authored research from the lecturer in the Department of Politcal Science and Policy Studies appeared in the Third World Quarterly peer reviewed journal
Research co-authored by the assistant professor of economics examines the Multidimensional Human Opportunity Index.
The assistant professor in the School of Communications examined the Southeast Asian nation’s rise from the ground level, spending two-plus weeks exploring what has quickly become one of the world’s most enticing tourist destinations.
The School of Communications professors explored how the Coca-Cola Company uses social media to promote corporate social initiatives.
Communications associate professor Anthony Hatcher's work was published in the Raleigh News & Observer and based on experiences of students in his course.
The assistant professors of marketing present a framework and model to evaluate the impact of promotions on company revenue and profit.
The professor of music had an article published in the professional trumpet journal.
"Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Climate Change" includes a chapter co-authored by the Elon Law associate professor along with a colleague from Mitchell Hamline School of Law.
The professor of computing sciences won the "Best Data Showcase Award" at the 13th International Conference on Mining Software Repositories for her paper and longitudinal data set about software developers who use the Ruby programming language.
The chapter by the associate professor of health and human performance is included in "Exploring Teachers in Fiction and Film: Saviors, Scapegoats and Schoolmarms," which was published in April.
Research co-authored by the assistant professor of marketing examines the situational influences on customers’ self-service technology decisions.
The professor of music had two articles published in the professional saxophone journal.
Jeffrey Carpenter, assistant professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, published the article in the journal Educational Leadership.
The assistant professor of mathematics publishes as third author in the May issue of Teaching Children Mathematics.
The professor of music had a review published in the professional women arts journal.
Tom Arcaro, Professor of Sociology and director of Project Pericles, had an essay published in The Guardian.
The study examined the effects of promotion focus and prevention focus on work engagement.
An essay by Paul Crenshaw, assistant professor of English, was picked as one of the top essays featured in magazines, journals and websites this year.
Drs. Hutchings and Squire published "VisMap: Exploratory Visualization Support for Introductory Data Science and Visualization" in the proceedings of The ACM Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education. Hutchings presented the work at the conference on March 3, 2016, in Memphis.
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.
Research co-authored by the assistant professor of entrepreneurship examines the effects of venture quality information and social information on participants’ willingness to invest in a new venture.
The professor of accounting’s research explores the history of selected important book-tax differences.
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.
The mockingbird research of Associate Professor, Dave Gammon, was featured in an article published in the Spring 2016 issue of Living Bird, a popular magazine published quarterly by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
The assistant professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program co-authored the article in the journal Teaching and Teacher Education.
The professor of management and co-authors found that the political skill dimension of perceived insincerity influences managerial ratings of performance and promotability.
The professors of management describe a classroom exercise to explore and teach the fundamentals of adaptive project management.
The professor of management received honors during the society’s spring conference.
The professor of accounting’s teaching case illustrates how advances in technology and social media occur without the issuance of directly applicable tax guidance.
Associate Professors of Statistics Laura Taylor and Kirsten Doehler publish article on faculty perceptions of statistics
The paper introduces a new scale to measure faculty attitudes and perceptions related to the statistics discipline.
Elon Law's director of academic and bar support explores the idea of attorneys as "cultural translators and social mediators" in a recent edition of the American Bar Association's International Law News.
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.
Aaron Trocki, assistant professor of mathematics, presents at the SITE Annual Conference in Savannah, Georgia from March 22-25, 2016.
The assistant professor of marketing’s research explores the effects of loyalty program fees on program perceptions and engagement.
Heidi Hollingsworth (EDU; Program Coordinator, Early Childhood Education) and Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler (PSY; Director, Center for Research on Global Engagement) co-authored an article on fostering inquiry-based teaching and learning with preschool teachers.
Research co-authored by the assistant professor of marketing examines the relationship between advertising expenditures and perceptions regarding popular brands as held by children and mothers in the U.S.
Dan Burns, an instructor in English, has guest-edited the most recent issue of American Book Review, a journal specializing in recently published works of fiction, poetry, and literary and cultural criticism from small, regional, university, ethnic, avant-garde, and women's presses.
Rosemary Haskell, Department of English, publishes an article about representations of migration in the novels of francophone Senegalese author, Fatou Diome.
Assistant professor of education publishes article in the peer-reviewed journal Social Studies and the Young Learner.
Heidi Hollingsworth, Mary Knight-McKenna and Ren Bryan, co-authored an article on policy and advocacy content in early childhood personnel preparation.
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.
Paula Rosinski & Jessie Moore publish article in 'An Introduction to Writing in the Disciplines' booklet
Paula Rosinski, director of Writing Across the University, and Jessie Moore, associate director of the Center for Engaged Learning, introduce how Elon's Writing Excellence Initiative plans to enhance the teaching and learning of writing across the disciplines.
Special expanded issue of Expedition includes essays by and about the adjunct assistant professor of art history and his dig in Gordion, Turkey
The assistant professor of finance was recently cited for his research on the hedge fund industry.
Silvers's essay links masks from contemporary popular culture with 12th century corbel sculptures in southwestern France.
Interdisciplinary team of Elon faculty and students publishes research on magnetic microspheres for biomedical applications
Associate professors Ben Evans (Physics) and Tonya Train (Biology) published alongside Julia Ronecker '13 (Biochemistry), David Han '18 (Engineering), Daniel Glass '10 (Engineering), and Alison Deatsch '13 (Physics) in Materials Science and Engineering: C.
Faculty from UNC, Wake Forest, and Elon praise Claussen's scholarship, wrestle with his book's protagonist