Ryan will oversee three administrative operations at Elon University.
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The professor of law discussed "the history of states’ rights and how the balance of power has evolved over the years."
Elon Law's Maurice Jennings Emerging Scholar offered a legal analysis of an ongoing public policy debate for an award-winning magazine dedicated to "forward-looking changes to private behavior and public policy."
The associate professor and associate dean of Elon University School of Law shared analysis of a lawsuit filed against the sports broadcasting giant for publishing photos of an NFL player's injured hands.
Communications associate professor Anthony Hatcher's work was published in the Raleigh News & Observer and based on experiences of students in his course.
The Center for Writing Excellence is offering Writing Boot Camps all summer long!
The dean of Elon Law answered questions from Oklahoma attorney Adam Banner about the biggest challenges facing law students, the evolution of American legal education, and the way technology will impact criminal defense, among other topics.
Elon's president was the featured speaker at the 22nd annual banquet of Burlington's Positive Attitude Youth Center.
The associate professor’s work on off-duty deviance was recently cited in an article on predicting arrest rates of NFL draft picks.
The associate professor of marketing shared his insights on the effects of color preferences among consumers in modern society.
The Triad Business Journal recently featured Elon professor Sean McMahon in a story about his new company, Knowtro, a search engine geared toward academic research.
Assistant Professor of Biology Jen Uno's vision for the Civic Engagement Scholars program prompted the Council on Civic Engagement to select her for the leadership role.
Elon University's Maurice Jennings Emerging Scholar will contribute insights and analyses to a legal blog that features a "variety of topics related to law and life."
"There’s a better way to do this, and it starts with a redesigned curriculum grounded in the realities of being a modern lawyer."
Weston to keynote state water conference
Dr. Carol Smith, Associate Professor of Health and Human Performance receives Honor Award for her meritorius contributions to the fields of physical education, health education, recreation and dance.
Alan Woodlief, senior associate dean at Elon Law, writes in a February 21 News & Record column that “Justice Antonin Scalia was one of the most influential and dynamic justices to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court.”
Elon Law Professor Enrique Armijo explained on WFDD radio why North Carolina’s new Property Protection Act, allowing companies to sue whistleblowers who conduct undercover investigations, is likely to be struck down in federal court.
The chair of the Sport and Event Management Department participated in a question-and-answer interview examining topics relating to the National Football League’s championship game.
The associate professor in the School of Communications was featured in an International Business Times article, addressing the 88th Academy Awards ceremony and how a planned boycott will affect the broadcast’s viewership.
The director of the Elon University Poll shared his analysis of the North Carolina political landscape and the way abortion debates could influence the 2016 elections.
The professor of sociology shared his expertise for a Dec. 9, 2015, column about a Pennsylvania family navigating the holidays for the first time without the husband and wife who brought everyone together each Christmas.
Associate Professor Julie Lellis and strategic communications major Nicole Appleby ’16 collaborated to complete a published article highlighting tips to improve the editing process.
By the end of the calendar year, Tom Parham's "The Little Green Book of Tennis" will have been provided to high school tennis players in 20 North Carolina counties.
Elon Law Professor David Levine leads law scholars' effort to improve federal cyberespionage response
Elon Law Professor David Levine coauthored a Nov. 17 letter to Congress, signed by 42 law and technology scholars, opposing passage of the Defend Trade Secrets Act of 2015 (DTSA) on grounds that it inadequately addresses cyberespionage while creating greater problems in legal and economic spheres.
The assistant professor of human service studies spoke with the international wire service for an article that looked at the corrupt adoption process involving Guatemalan children following a decades-long Civil War - and efforts by Guatemalan adoptees today to find their birth parents.
Time Warner Cable News interviewed Jonathan Albright about Vester Lee Flanagan’s actions on Facebook and Twitter following his Aug. 26, 2015, murder of two Virginia television journalists.
The professor of religious studies is a frequent author of columns on social justice considered from the perspective of a Christian ethicist.
Bill Andrews' Article Published in Physical Therapy, Highlighted on American Physical Therapy Assoc. Website
Bill Andrews, associate professor in the Department of Physical Therapy Education, is the 1st author of an article published ahead of print in Physical Therapy.
Assistant professor Chris Richardson, associate professor Tony Crider, and Elon Honors Fellow Ben Kaiser ’16 displayed a poster at the International Astronomy Union General Assembly held every three years
North Carolina's public television station visited Elon University in July to report on the success of an educational program that inspires and assists young children from the local community with learning to read.
Dr. Julie Celona-VanGorden, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music, will sing her Greensboro opera debut as Clorinda in Rossini's La Cenerentola. Performances will be August 28 and 30th.
The professor of political science and policy studies conducted interviews and gave a presentation at NATO headquarters in Brussels, June 29-30.
The professor of English discussed the 21st century stereotyping of Melungeons in Alex Bledsoe's Tufa series of urban fantasy novels
The William S. Long Professor and professor of performing arts was featured in Huffington Post author Mary Anna Dennard's June edition of the "Women in the Performing Arts" series.
The professor of management will help guide the multidisciplinary association over the next three years.
The associate professor of history talks with reporter and anchor Bob Buckley about the legacy of a document signed 800 years ago by King John of England.
The professor of English had her column about homelessness in Chapel Hill and Carrboro, North Carolina, appeared June 13, 2015, in the (Raleigh, N.C.) News & Observer.
For the 800th anniversary of one of the world’s most important documents, Elon Law Dean Luke Bierman writes in a Greensboro News & Record column that “history’s most important and persuasive statements of liberty, justice and equality, including our own U.S. and state constitutions, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the European Convention on Human Rights, derive from that field in Runnymede 800 years ago.”
The senior lecturer in operations and supply chain management was quoted in the High Point, N.C. newspaper about variations in local gas prices.
An Alamance County elementary school student has volunteered over the past year to help students in Elon University's Doctor of Physical Therapy program, and WGHP Fox 8 recently shared how that young girl is making a difference of her own in the lives of others.
Discover Magazine's Inkfish blog, by Elizabeth Preston, featured research by Assistant Professor Jen Hamel of the Elon Biology Department today.
The associate professor of management was interviewed about his research on intelligence and performance of NFL players.
The associate professor of communications recounted in a troubling experience from her earliest days on campus and how it today inspires her to be a better teacher.
Woody Pelton, Rhonda Waller and Donna Van Bodegraven were quoted in an article published in the current issue of International Educator
Associate Professor Brian Lyons discussed how credit scores affect job applicants in an interview with “The Current.”