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Mat Gendle, professor of psychology, and Carmen Monico, assistant professor of human service studies, address the role of U.S. drug policy on the displacement of unaccompanied minors from Central America
The Jan. 2 article provided an overview that the innovative program is having on the education of students in the School of Health Sciences.
David Vandermast, associate professor of biology, shared his insights about the plant that becomes particularly popular during the holiday season.
Associate Professor Barbara Miller Gaither collaborated with Elon graduate MaryClaire Schulz ’17 and University of North Carolina faculty member Lucinda Austin to examine the relationship between corporate social responsibility and social change.
Artemis Preeshl, assistant professor of performing arts, performed the one-woman show at Blue Plate Music Hall in December 2017.
The associate professor of communications was recently featured in a blog post titled “Corporate environmental ads are more persuasive when concern is high” on the website for the Arthur Page Center for Integrity in Public Communication.
The Center for Writing Excellence is excited to offer three Writing Boot Camps over the 2018 Winter Term.
The presentations covered a broad range of topics at conferences held throughout the fall.
Associate Professor Haya Ajjan presented her research to academic and industry experts and business analytics professionals during the 2017 Pre-ICIS SIGDSA Symposium.
Lucinda Childs Dance Company, with Pardo, rated one of the top 10 performances of 2017 by The Guardian
The Lucinda Childs Dance Company, which assistant professor Matt Pardo performed with for 7-years, was recognized by The Guardian for giving one of the top ten performances of 2017.
Brandon Sheridan, assistant professor of economics, provided insight for a recent article in The Times-News of Burlington about holiday retail sales.
Pumping iron: Madzima publishes article on the benefits of resistance exercise in breast cancer survivors
Titch Madzima, assistant professor of exercise science, has published an article in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise on the effects of moderate to vigorous resistance exercise combined with a daily protein supplement on body composition and muscular strength in breast cancer survivors.
Physics and engineering students and faculty gathered Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, on the last day of classes for the annual end of semester banquet.
Research co-authored by the assistant professor of international business examines the influence of corporate social responsibility and consumer ethnocentrism.
The university has participated in the development of a common credentialing language that central to new tools introduced by Credential Engine on Thursday, Dec. 7.
The annual event offers guidance to those just beginning their research and an opportunity for those further along in their work to present their findings.
Religious Studies Professor Geoffrey Claussen's chapter is included in "Jewish Religious and Philosophical Ethics," published by Routledge
Research co-authored by Barjinder Singh, assistant professor of management, examines the relationship between support and embeddedness.
The Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory and Aging Laboratory represented Elon at the 47th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in Washington, D.C.
Susan Anderson, professor of accounting, offered her insights into the implications of the proposed tax reform plan on nonprofits stemming from her recent article on the topic for The Conversation.
The art historian appears in the Fall/Winter 2017 volume with a critique of contemporary art historical Orientalism.
The university is planning multiple efforts for students, faculty and staff to assist the Texas communities imacted by the hurricane that struck the state this fall.
Students from Mark Enfield’s COR110 class hosted fifth-grade students from a local elementary school for a day at Elon.
During the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication’s 2017 national convention, School of Communications faculty members presented research, shared professional experiences, and participated in topical discussions and educational sessions.
Oliver Luck, executive vice president of regulatory affairs and an authority on all NCAA regulatory functions, spoke with Visiting Professor Bill Squadron’s “Sport Law” classes on Nov. 30.
Janna Anderson, professor of communications and director of the Imagining the Internet Center, was interviewed for a Nov. 29 article that looks at potential ramifications of repealing regulations meant to ensure an open internet.
Meals were distributed to the Allied Churches of Alamance County and The First Baptist Church on Apple Street on Thanksgiving.
Kathleen Stansberry, assistant professor of communications, was interviewed for the article that looks at the social media campaign that targets sexual harassment.
Associate Professor of Management Brian Lyons published his paper about the effectiveness of peer reporting policies.
The assistant professor of sport management co-led an October presentation titled “Developing Leadership Capacity of College Students During Divisive Times.”
This year's 5 for 1 food drive hosted by Campus Kitchen of the Kernodle Center and Elon Dining was the most successful to date bringing in 1,106 pounds of food to fight hunger in our county.
Rena Zito, assistant professor of sociology, spoke with the Burlington Times-News about research on sexual harassment and assault.
The Hillel College Guide is seen as an essential resource for Jewish students choosing higher education options
Carri Tolmie, assistant professor of international business, presented at the 2017 Academy of International Business Southeast conference in Washington, D.C.
Seven winners will receive an iPad in the new Center for Writing Excellence awards, which recognize multimodal projects composed by an Elon student or group of students.
Assistant professor of English Jennifer Eidum Zinchuk chronicles and assesses a pre-college transitional writing course that focuses on building students’ metacognition, confidence, and fluency in writing.
Assistant Professor of Economics Brandon Sheridan wrote the column for the Triad Business Journal.
Brandon Sheridan, assistant professor of economics, weighed in on consumer confidence and economic optimism for the Nov. 25 article.
The driving range on South Campus will now have longer hours of operation
Elon University faculty and staff were prominently featured on the program of the 4th Annual Residential College Symposium held at Washington University in St. Louis on Nov 2-4, 2017.
Assistant Professor Heather Scavone spoke with the (Raleigh, N.C.) News & Observer about the announced end to legal protections for Haitians unable to return to their home country following a 2010 earthquake.
The student-run news organization was honored with eight awards, including four first-place finishes, and several School of Communications graduates were recognized for their professional journalism efforts.
Faculty and staff members presented sessions and hosted a sponsorship table at a Dallas convention that drew more than 4,000 attendees.
A.L. Hook Associate Professor Chad Awtrey publishes a research paper with alumni Taylor Cesarski '17 and Peter Jakes '17 in the latest issue of an international number theory journal.
The presentation with counterparts at the Wittenberg University Writing Center focused on the challenges of giving and receiving feedback on writing.
Jacie Cooper '18, Morgan Ferguson '19, Nicholas Hadgis '18, Peter Komlofske '19, Olivia Lennox-Sanzone '18, Kiley Shannon '18 and Janae Williams '18 presented at the 13th Annual Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference held at UNC-Greensboro on Nov. 3-4, 2017.
Writing Excellence Initiative: Psychology Department Deliberately Designs when expected Writing Outcomes are Introduced, Reinforced, and Refined
The Psychology Department supports faculty as they scaffold writing assignments across their curriculum
Paula Weller and Pieter Swanepoel, both of the Department of Accounting, were recognized as scholarship recipients at the Lean Accounting and Manufacturing Summit.