The James P. Elder Lecture brings Diane Rehm to Elon for an entertaining conversation moderated by D.G. Martin in Whitley Auditorium on April 6 at 6 p.m.
The collaboration between engineering and physical therapy faculty has produced a prototype that targets nonhealing diabetic foot ulcers.
Stanford University’s Michael Shanks visited Elon to share design thinking strategies and lead a discussion on the potential role of design thinking in the future of the liberal arts.
Students combine writing skills, service learning focus to make an impact with community organizations
English 110 Class Partners With Community to Make a Difference in Alamance County Public Libraries and Service League
Students, staff and faculty receive awards for participating in Phoenix Cup Waste, a competition to reduce landfill waste.
A Martha and Spencer Love School of Business team finished third out of 14 teams in the case competition hosted by Stetson University.
Jessica Chong L'17 and Andreas Mosby L'17 reflected on their Elon Law experiences as part of a North Carolina Bar Association program hosted by Wake Forest University School of Law.
The loss caps a historic season for the team, which netted regular season and conference tournament championships and headed to the "big dance" for the first time.
See what Elon students are making at the Maker Takeover in Moseley on April 26 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Elon University sophomore Alex Mancuso has received a Critical Language Scholarship from the federal government to study Arabic in Tangier, Morocco.
K-12 school representatives gathered in Moseley Center on March 16 to meet and interview prospective teachers for professional positions at the Elon University Teacher Fair.
Peter Jakes '17 is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a $15,000 scholarship and celebrates their academic and creative accomplishments.
The university is committed to ensuring that student-athletes are able to take advantage of the global engagement experiences that are a hallmark of an Elon education.
Senior Sophie Natan emerged from a field of 15 teams to win the competition.
The publication's annual basketball bracket is based on the academic success of the teams in the NCAA Division I tournament.
Elon’s New Student Orientation Head Staff team attended the Southern Regional Orientation Workshop (SROW) March 10-12 at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA
More than 100 students connected with representatives from a diverse selection of employers.
Elon's women's basketball team, seeded No. 11 in their region, will play in College Park, Maryland, on Friday, March 17, in the first round of the Tournament.
Three Elon students share design thinking with peers at the 6th annual Southeastern Eco-Reps Conference.
A new intellectual climate initiative, Quiz Bowl shows early growth and momentum in academic competition with recent wins at their first NAQT regional tournament.
The School of Communications Internship Office will present two internship readiness seminars for first academic interns.
Six senior finance students assumed the role of research analysts and tested their ability to value a stock, write an initiation-of-coverage report and defend their recommendation to a panel of industry professionals.
Elon women win the CAA basketball crown, qualifying for a historic first trip to the NCAA tournament
The Phoenix held strong for a convincing 78-60 win over James Madison University in the CAA women’s basketball tournament. The next stop is the NCAA's big dance.
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First-year student Molly Offstein of Frostburg, Maryland, was seriously injured on March 7 when she was hit by a car while out for a morning run.
Hailey Richel '17 found the support she needed from the Student Professional Development Center as she pursued internships that have proved key to her career goals.
Three students who competed together this month in the regionals of the American Bar Association's 2017 National Appellate Advocacy Competition advanced further than any Elon Law team from previous years.
Molly Bauer ’19 and Heather Deiner ’19, accompanied by Associate Professor Amanda Sturgill, traveled to the University of Oklahoma March 3-4 to present their respective research topics.
Brooke Buffington of the Student Professional Development Center shared her story with students and asked them to think about their own stories.
The three winners of the contest, endowed by the late Philip L. Carret, were celebrated at a March 7 banquet.
Elon will also host Pulitzer Prize-winning author and oncologist Dr. Siddhartha Mukherjee, psychologist and author Angela Duckworth and Wes Moore, author, social entrepreneur and motivational leader, during the upcoming academic year.
In honor of #ElonDay on March 7, donors made 4,299 gifts for more than $1,075,025 to achieve the most successful #ElonDay celebration to date.
The students participated in the educational and scholarly exchange on economic affairs during the association’s annual conference.
Residents of Elon’s Innovation House met with local entrepreneurs, including an Elon alumnus, to learn about the city’s startup ecosystem.
Three other Elon students were selected to present undergraduate research projects to the Southeastern Commission on the Study of Religion.
Head coach Charlotte Smith was named Coach of the Year, Lauren Brown was named to the All-Academic Team, Shay Burnett was named an All-CAA First Team member and Ra'Shika White was named to the All-Rookie Team.
Read this notice from Dr. Ginette Archinal regarding a diagnosed case of meningitis at Elon University
A special College Coffee on Tuesday morning helped shift giving into high gear for the fourth #ElonDay.
On Sunday, March 5, Elon hosted students, faculty and staff from Elon and the community for the closing of the Tournées French Film Festival: Join the Résistance!
Seventy-five high school seniors interested in studying communications visited Elon University during Fellows Weekend, held March 3-4. Following a competitive selection process, 25 students will be named 2017 Communications Fellows.
The Student Government Association has appointed officers to the executive vice president, treasurer and secretary positions that were not filled during elections.
A group of music students led local Girl Scouts in an a music recording and technology orientation, helping the girls earn a music merit badge.
Applications now open for a variety of spring 2017, summer and 2017-18 academic year positions.
"Woodstock, Hippies and other Enduring Legacies: The Music of the 60s and 70s," (Mus274) features timeline projects that outlines the music and the social movements of an era
Women's Resource Center Herb Festival seeking volunteers for April 21 and 22.
Elon’s oldest a cappella group, known for their popular rendition of Sia’s “Chandelier,” shares the story behind their latest video.
Ashley King '17 is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a $15,000 scholarship and celebrates their academic and creative accomplishments.
Elon University men's basketball sophomore Tyler Seibring has been named to the 2017 Academic All-America third team for NCAA Division I men's basketball.
On Feb. 25, 100 trees were planted in Price Park in Greensboro as part of an urban tree-planting pilot program.