Stefanie Miller '17 and Mary Alice Allnutt '18 received awards from the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and the National Institutes of Health, respectively.
faculty & staff - in the news
After implementing the Writng Excellence Initiative, Elon is proud to be recognized for its excellence in Writing in the Disciplines for the third year in a row.
The Center for Writing Excellence is pleased to continue offering Writing Boot Camps for faculty and staff.
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.
Faculty members will attend the keynote lecture by Professor Cheryl Lynn of Trinity College.
The competition on campus this fall is an opportunity for students, faculty and staff to win prizes for conserving energy.
The Center for Writing Excellence is pleased to launch its new website. We now offer a single place to find all things Writing Center, Writing Across the University and Writing Excellence Initiative related - all under one roof!
Charles Irons, professor of history, was recently cited in an article about the Confederate statue debate that ran in more than 30 media outlets, and he participated in a panel discussion about local race relations that generated media coverage.
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.
Jonathan Jones is the director of the N.C. Open Government Coalition and an instructor in the School of Communications.
A manuscript coauthored by Jen Dabrowski, assistant professor of chemistry, on conversion of sugars was featured as an Organic Chemistry Highlight on Organic Chemistry Portal.
Squire, a professor of computing sciences, talks about cybersecurity and how to craft stronger passwords.
Staff expands to serve growing Jewish student body
Tim McFarlin, a legal method and communication fellow who recently concluded his service at the law school, previously wrote about the role of piano player Johnnie Johnson in crafting some of Berry's biggest hits.
Aunchalee Palmquist, assistant professor of sociology and anthropology, offered insights into how new mothers approach breastfeeding.
The popular running publication focused on research by Wally Bixby, associate professor of exercise science, and recent alumna Kristen Fontela '17.
Susan Anderson, professor of accounting, talked with the personal finance website about the importance of a good credit score.
English Professor Rosemary Haskell writes about her fascination with the Dunkirk evacuation during World War II, which saw her father among those who were rescued.
Aunchalee Palmquist, assistant professor of sociology and anthropology, offered her insights about new mothers sharing breast milk.
The extensive article, which included insights from Elon Economics Professor Steve DeLoach, looked at varying perspectives on the impact of tax cuts on the North Carolina as the legislature considers its two-year budget.
Steve Friedland, associate dean for innovation in engaged learning in law, spoke with veteran journalist Bob Buckley of "The Buckley Report" about ongoing research at Elon Law focused on improvements to legal education.
Professor of Computing Sciences Megan Squire was interviewed by multiple international media outlets following an article she penned about password security for The Conversation that gained widespread readership.
The article discusses a study by Assistant Professor Brandon Sheridan that explored the perceptions of economics faculty members regarding the use of social media platforms for instruction.
The J.W. Pate Award from the Cape Fear River Assembly was awarded to Janet MacFall, professor of environmental studies and biology, in recognition of her work promoting environmental awarness.
The chemistry department hosted its annual picnic and awards ceremony on Monday, May 8, and recognized outstanding achievements and academic excellence.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann is a featured expert quoted extensively in an article on the history of saxophone use in pop music just published in "The Outline."
Paul Crenshaw is an assistant professor of English who has previously had his work published in the "Best American Essays" series in 2005 and 2011.
A recent study by Amy Overman, associate professor of psychology, and Alison Richard '16, was highlighted on the Psychonomic Society's blog.
Jason Husser, assistant professor of political science and director of the Elon University Poll, was recently a guest on Capital Tonight's "Bow Tie Caucus" and was interviewed for a segment by WFMY News 2 on a recently filed bill in the N.C. legislature.
The professor of accounting discusses tax day 2017 in an article on the personal finance website WalletHub.com.
Jonathan Jones is an instructor in the School of Communications and the director of the N.C. Open Government Coalition.
Glenn Scott, associate professor of communications, talked with WFDD's David Ford this week for the radio piece that examined recent layoffs at the Greensboro News & Record and Winston-Salem Journal.
The March 31 article by a reporter in McClatchy's Washington D.C. bureau was featured by more than two dozen of the media company's news outlets around the country.
Jonathan Albright is an assistant professor of communications who focuses on media analytics.
A manuscript coauthored by Ben Evans, associate professor of physics, was featured as a Top Story on the NSF's Science360 News.
Jason Husser is an assistant professor of political science and the director of the Elon University Poll.
A recent column appearing in the higher education news outlet points to the usefulness of the transcript to employers.
Brian Kremer, assistant professor of music theatre, had his research on the vocal training of transgender singers featured in a recent Huffington Post article entitled "Gender Diversity and Education in Musical Theatre."
Hatcher column in Huffington Post uses work of current, former students to defend the role of the press
Associate Professor of Communications Anthony Hatcher writes about the professionalism and passion he has seen in his current and former journalism students.
A reporter for the news outlet interviewed a student in Elon's Study USA program in Los Angeles outside the Oscars on Sunday night.
The article now online and featured in the March 3 issue takes an in-depth look at how the university has used an innovative approach to build relationships with its newest graduates.
At the largest regional Writing Center conference in the country, two Writing Center consultants present on their experiences in the Writing Center Fellows program.
Heidi Hollingsworth, assistant professor of education, offered insights for the report on a legislative proposal to reduce the age of compulsory school attendance in North Carolina.
Elon's Imagining the Internet Center partners with the Pew Research Center on "Code-Dependent," a new report that asked experts to weigh in on the increased dependence on algorithms.
During a three-week Winter Term course, titled “Business of Baseball and Tourism in the Dominican Republic,” two dozen students examined issues relating to neo-colonialism and globalization while traveling in the Caribbean nation.
Jonathan Albright, assistant professor of communications, has become a go-to source for reporters looking to understand the power of the "fake news" ecosystem.
Carrie Eaves, an assistant professor of political science and policy studies, recently spoke with N.C. Policy Watch for an article putting Trump's presidency into a historical context.
Naeemah Clark, associate professor of communications, recently published a column in regional newspapers about how birtherism claims continue to impact minorities.