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  1. Connie Ledoux Book named provost at The Citadel

    A distinguished educator and administrator with a deep conviction for the power of engaged learning, Elon's associate provost for academic affairs will assume a top leadership position at the South Carolina school starting this summer.

  2. 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.

  3. Elon mourns passing of Professor Emerita Lucile Stone Andes

    The longtime School of Education faculty member served Elon in retirement as its official university decorator. The Elon Medallion recipient, whose career included time as a school teacher and principal, witnessed firsthand pivotal moments in North Carolina history.

  4. Early Childhood Student and Faculty Member Present at Conference

    Jenna Gilder, senior early childhood minor and psychology major, presented a poster at the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA) conference in Hilton Head, SC on March 19, 2015, along with Heidi Hollingsworth, Assistant Professor of Education and Program Coordinator for Early Childhood Education.

  5. Scott Gaylord engages Supreme Court government speech case

    In the U.S. Supreme Court case Walker v. Texas Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Inc., Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord is the author of both the amicus brief on behalf the State of North Carolina and scholarship cited four times in the petitioner’s merits brief in the case.

  6. Jean Rattigan-Rohr and colleagues present 'Village' research in Jamaica

    Jean Rattigan-Rohr, associate professor and director of the Center of Access and Success, Ye He, an associate professor from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and Michele Meredith, from the East Queen Street Baptist Evening Institute, presented research at the Mixed Methods Research Caribbean Conference at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica March 13.

  7. Contributing author and Elon faculty Carmen Monico celebrates book release on intercountry adoption policy debates

    In an example of collaboration between academics and practitioners, Carmen Monico worked with her former dissertation chair, Karen Smith Rotabi, now in the United Arab Emirates University, Kelley McCreery Bunkers, a child protection consultant, and Lucy Armistead, an adoption agency director, in the production of two book chapters summarizing the social literature of intercountry adoption globally, and the U.S. intercountry adoption experience from post-disaster Haiti.

  8. Mark Cryan hosts book signing in Burlington

    The assistant professor in the Department of Sport & Event Management signed copies of the second edition of his book, “Cradle of the Game: Baseball and Ballparks in North Carolina.”

  9. Chris Richardson and student speak at astronomy event

    Chris Richardson, assistant professor of physics, and Maria Temming ’16, Elon Honors Fellow, each described their research during the annual Triad Starfest, a meeting of professional and amateur astronomers at Guilford Technical Community College.


  10. Information for Neil deGrasse Tyson & 'The Sky is Not the Limit' - April 2

    The popular astrophysicist vists Elon University on April 2, 2015, for Spring Convocation in Alumni Gym. All tickets to the event have been distributed. A standby line will form at 2:45 p.m. in the Koury Athletic Center concourse for members of the campus community, and a closed-circuit broadcast of the program takes place in the Lakeside Meeting Rooms.

  11. #ElonDay reflects faith in Elon

    Thousands of alumni, parents, faculty/staff and friends from around the world posted their belief in Elon and made gifts to the university on March 10, 2015, setting new records for engagement and philanthropy.