Matt Pardo, assistant professor in the performing arts department, will head to Pittsburgh to stage a Lucinda Childs work on the Conservatory Dance Company for their 2017 winter concert.
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Associate Dean Don Grady and Associate Professor Vic Costello were among the nearly 100 media educators from around the country to attend the Broadcast Education Association event.
Workshop: What keystroke-logging research tells us about student writing: An experimental psychologist’s view
Kim Epting, associate professor of psychology, will present on
“What keystroke-logging research tells us about student writing: An experimental psychologist’s view" on Oct. 11.
Elon welcomes playwright for masterclass, public lecture and talkback for a performance of "American La Ronde."
Two undergraduate students and two faculty members from the School of Education presented at the 2017 N.C. Association of Colleges of Teacher Education Fall Forum.
Artemis Preeshl, visiting professor of performing arts, teaches dialects in the Department of Performing Arts.
The North Carolina Brass Band will present a program of Latin Music on Sept. 22 and 23.
The 18th World Congress of the International Association of Buddhist Studies was hosted by the University of Toronto in August.
English and Writing Studies faculty Jennifer Zinchuk and Paula Patch presented at the Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference in Knoxville in July.
Assistant Professor Kim Shively presented her research and practice on actions with embodied meanings as part of the Acting Focus Group Pre-Conference on Best Practices at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education's annual conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, in August.
North Carolina Campus Compact invites college student leaders and campus administrators from across the state to attend the N.C. College Voter Summit on Friday, Sept. 29 at Elon University.
The Writing Center provides direct, one-to-one support to all writers at Elon University — students, staff, faculty, and community members.
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.
Quiqui Lang Hilgartner, adjunct instructor in world languages and cultures, discusses how her summer translation project with a Sephardic Holocaust suvivor has changed her perspective as she begins this new school year.
The Association of College & University Educators selected two Elon faculty from the College of Arts & Sciences to include in their online Course in Effective Teaching Practices, which features 22 experts in college instruction and showcases footage of exemplary instruction by 52 faculty members across colleges and universities nationwide.
Brian Kremer, assistant professor of music theatre, presented his research on the training of transgender singers at the International Congress of Voice Teachers in Stockholm, Sweden.
Three sociology professors presented their research at two recent conferences in Montreal.
The annual Teaching & Learning Conference hosted by the Center for the Advancement of Teaching & Learning and Teaching and Learning Technologies at Elon drew hundreds of professors from around the state.
The professor of mathematics presented at the Mathematical Assocation of America's annual mathematics festival in Chicago.
The director of campus recreation was one of six faculty members to facilitate this professional development event for 48 collegiate recreation professionals from across the country.
Associate Professor Catherine Wasson and Professor Sue Liemer served as facilitators and panelists at a biennial gathering of scholars from around the world who focus their teaching on legal research and writing.
Tony Crider, associate professor of physics, described how student testing could be done using virtual reality at the July 18 conference in Washington, D.C.
Associate Professor Amy L. Allocco and Professor Brian K. Pennington recently presented papers at the Seventh South and Southeast Asian Association for the Study of Culture and Religion conference.
Alisha Horky, Kacy Kim and Carri Tolmie shared insights from their research studies involving cause-related marketing, the psychology of branding, ad countdown effects and sports team symbols’ effect on distance performance.
The communications department chair was one of seven academics nationwide to take part in the Council on International Educational Exchange’s weeklong seminar in Seville.
In a June seminar in Australia, Elon Law’s David S. Levine shared preliminary results of an empirical study assessing when and why software and biotechnology startups now use secrecy laws – rather than filing for patents or copyrights – to protect their intellectual property.
“Diverse Philosophical Approaches to Sexual Violence” was a two-week institute led by Philosophy Professor Ann Cahill and funded by a $112,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor and director of Teaching Fellows, gave four presentations and received a research paper award at the Annual Conference of the International Society of Technology in Education.
Clay Stevenson, a lecturer in music at Elon, presented on topics relative to a cappella vocal production and crowd-sourcing for the independent musician.
Brian Kremer, assistant professor of music theatre, presented "The Singing Teacher's Guide to Transgender Voices" at the 47th Annual Voice Foundation Symposium: Care of the Professional Voice in Philadelphia.
Elon's Doctor of Physical Therapy program was represented well at the American College of Sports Medicine 2017 Conference in Denver, CO. Haley Hawkins, a 2nd year DPT student also won a travel scholarship at the Conference.
Jen Hamel, assistant professor of biology, presented research at the Animal Behavior Society 2017 conference in Toronto, Ontario.
Doctor of Physical Therapy Education faculty Janet M. Cope and Mary Kay Hannah and Physician Assistant student Mackenzie Precht along with Physical Therapy students Amy Klinepeter and Brooke Powell recently published a manuscript about the use of human donors in PT anatomy education in the Journal of Physical Therapy Education.
Joan Ruelle, Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler and Tim Peeples co-presented poster at global learning symposium on June 11, 2017.
Fourteen first and second year physician assistant students, four faculty members and an alumna participated in events at the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) National Conference, held May 16-20, 2017 in Las Vegas.
Nita Skillman and Charity Johansson presented a workshop, “Advanced Training of Standardized Patients for Dementia Care”, at the 2017 Association of Standardized Patient Educators (ASPE) annual conference in Alexandria, Virginia.
Associate Professor Haya Ajjan discussed how organizations can use AI to focus less on data preparation and more on data exploration and business solutions.
Pranab Das and Daniel Blair '97 will co-host an advanced summer school for graduate students and a research working group at Georgetown next week.
The associate professor of biology presented his classroom simulation game during the week-long event at the National Center for Case Studies Teaching in Science.
The assistant professor of sport and event management led presentations addressing the development of student leadership and the practice of equity, diversity and inclusion in collegiate recreation environments.
Assistant Professor of Biology Jen Hamel gave an invited seminar as part of Dartmouth's Biology Department Seminar Series on Friday, May 26.
Ryne Vankrevelen and Laura Taylor from the Mathematics and Statistics Department present at the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics
Six members of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics Faculty attended the United States Conference on Teaching Statistics at The Pennsylvania State University in State College, Pennsylvania.
A scholar of international property law, Professor Henry Gabriel has traveled to Europe and Asia this spring for educational and legal advocacy work related to his areas of expertise.
Elon Academy Assistant Director John Pickett presented information about the academic and non-cognitive skills necessary in the college-planning process to enhance college access and success efforts.
Elon Academy assistant director presents at the Southern Association of College Admission Counseling Conference
Elon Academy Assistant Director Jenni Johnson participated on a panel discussing how to support undocumented students in higher education.
Three faculty members and one student from the School of Education presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting.
Students in Elon's BFA Acting and Music Theatre Senior Seminar enjoyed a virtual Q&A with actor and writer Rachel Bloom as part of their professional preparation.
Associate Professor David S. Levine was an invited speaker on April 20 at a program in Minnesota attended by legal practitioners and scholars with an interest in intellectual property.
Faculty, students and alumni gathered at the Society for Research in Child Development conference to present their research in Austin, Texas.