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  1. Hearsay Culture unveils new website

    A new website for the technology, law and policy radio show and podcast hosted by Elon Law Professor David Levine features a mobile-friendly design, a new logo, expanded social network links and an embedded audio player for each show post.

  2. The error of fast tracking the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement

    Elon Law Professor David Levine calls for the public release of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement, challenges the secret process by which the agreement was created and says "fast track" authority by Congress will result in the exclusion of expert and public input that could improve the international agreement.  

  3. Is current law viable for modern gender bias?

    In a News & Observer op-ed, Elon Law Professor Catherine Ross Dunham examines California gender bias case Pao v. Kleiner and a recent U.S. Supreme Court case to illustrate the limits of current law in addressing questions of equal treatment and opportunity in the workplace.

  4. Trustees approve faculty promotions and tenure

    Elon University trustees have granted tenure and approved promotions for several faculty members. The action came at the board's spring meeting, which was held on campus Feb. 27-28. 

  5. Writing Boot Camp - Feb. 21

    The Center for Writing Excellence is offering an upcoming Writing Boot Camp for faculty and staff on Feburary 21st from 9am-4pm in Moseley, room 215.

  6. Forced vaccination? 

    Informing national debate about the role of government in stemming the spread of measles, Elon Law Professor Helen Grant offers analysis of current vaccination laws and points to potential gaps in U.S. health law. Grant's commentary is the first in a weekly “Elon Law Now” series providing faculty analysis of current legal issues.

  7. Jason Husser talks politics with North Carolina media

    The assistant professor of political science and Faculty Fellow for Civic Engagement spoke with Time Warner Cable News and with WFMY News 2 in early December about politics and the U.S. Senate's report on CIA torture.

  8. Anthony Hatcher publishes article about WWII veteran on Huffington Post

    The associate professor of communications interviewed 92-year-old J.C. Nethercutt, a WWII vet who was Hatcher's neighbor when he was growing up in eastern North Carolina. Nethercutt, who served as an ambulance driver in the Army, nearly died in a mishap a few days after landing on Normandy in 1944.

  9. Carmen Monico honored as a Rotary Alumni Association member

    In an induction ceremony held Oct. 11, 2014, Assistant Professor Carmen Monico became a charter member of the District 7600 Rotary Alumni Association two years after having served as an Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Research Scholar in Guatemala.

  10. Tom Flood receives CEFP credential

    Tom Flood, assistant director of physical plant and director of landscaping and grounds at Elon, has received the Certified Educational Facilities Professional credential from APPA.

  11. Elon kicks off United Way campaign drive

    Pledges of any amount during the campaign, which runs until December, will enter donors in every-other-week drawings for Elon-only incentives such as gift cards, sideline passes to a football game and Phoenix Cash.

  12. Moment of silence honors Carol Grotnes Belk

    Elon University faculty and staff remembered the namesake of Belk Library on Tuesday in a brief gathering to celebrate the life of a North Carolina philanthropist praised for her deep commitment to education.