The Center for Writing Excellence is offering our first Summer Writing Boot Camp on Tuesday, August 11, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. in Oaks 212.
faculty & staff - in the news
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.”
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.
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.
The dean of Elon University School of Law offers four steps to reinvent legal education in an April 15 article for the ABA Journal’s “The New Normal” series.
The lecturer in the Department of Political Science and Policy Studies talked with host Jeremy Hobson about the symbolism and implications of President Barack Obama's April 8 visit to Jamaica.
Paula DiBiasio and Diane Duffy in the School of Health Sciences designed weekly curriculum to include science and physical activity to promote wellness among the program participants.
Biology/environmental studies professor completes term as executive officer of the North Carolina Academy of Science
Professor Mike Kingston from the biology and environmental studies departments concluded three years of executive service to the North Carolina Academy of Science at the 112th Annual Meeting at the Wake Forest Biotech Place in Winston-Salem on March 28, 2015.
The following message was delivered Sunday, March 29, 2015, to the campus community from Elon University Provost Steven House.
Elon services and programs in downtown Burlington, N.C., have boosted the local economy over the past three years by an estimated $8.1 million, earning an award this month from the North Carolina Department of Commerce.
Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord provides analysis of a U.S. Supreme Court case about speech rights and specialty license plates in a March 27 “Constitution Daily” podcast of the National Constitution Center.
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.
An article on March 13, 2015, by Kevin Kruger, president of NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, cited the university for programs that build student leadership skills and promote an ethos of service.
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.
An airport security project managed by Associate Professor Scott Wolter and two students was showcased on March 15, 2015, in one of North Carolina's largest daily newspapers.
WFMY News 2 interviewed the sport & event management associate professor for a segment titled “Local Sports Expert Weighs In On Future Of ACC Tournament.”
Constantine joins the staff of his alma mater after managing social media for downtown Raleigh businesses with the digital marketing firm Live Work Play.
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.
Faculty and staff workshop on Designing Effective Writing Assignments, Tuesday Feburary 24, 2:30-3:40pm.
A column titled "Vaccines, school contamination and the science of complex systems" appeared in the Feb. 13 edition of the Winston-Salem Journal.
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.
The university's home page won the People's Choice Best Redesign Award in a contest hosted by eduStyle.
The professor of economics talked in January with television reporter Bob Buckley about the effect of lower gas prices on the economy.
The assistant professor of marketing was quoted in a recent story by central North Carolina's largest daily newspaper about the troubled times of a local shopping mall.
The assistant professor of political science and Faculty Fellow for Civic Engagement spoke with the North Carolina statewide news channel on Jan. 6, 2015, about the pros and cons of paper ballots versus touchscreen voting.
The professor of chemistry was interviewed for a Jan. 5, 2015, story on radon testing kits currently available for free to residents of Alamance County in North Carolina.
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.
The associate professor of psychology appeared on a Dec. 4, 2014, "2 Wants to Know" segment on brain fitness and how to minimize the memory loss that begins to take place in humans after the age of 25.
The Triad Business Journal showcased Elon President Leo M. Lambert and others with ties to the university in a Nov. 21, 2014, special section.
Attendants learned about the historical and contemporary factors facilitating the spread of Ebola in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
The largest daily newspaper in central North Carolina called the ensemble's fall concert a program "full of color and masterful playing" and lauded Professor Thomas Erdmann for his conducting.
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.
The three-summer research seminar will facilitate multi-institutional research on study abroad and off-campus domestic study as integrated global learning practices.