The university’s three living presidents were honored at a special Founders Day College Coffee and tree planting on Tuesday as the institution celebrated its quasquicentennial with students, faculty and staff wearing maroon and gold as part of “A Day for Elon.”
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An article on the equivalence failures in multicultural comparative research co-authored by Professor Emeritus Earl Honeycutt was named the 2013 Best Article.
Too many "filler words" are making too many people look less than confident about their ideas, and Mark Fox, who teaches public speaking in the School of Communications, offers suggestions in regional newspapers on countering the problem.
The award-winning "Emptying the Skies" will be shown extensively for the next few months.
With power back to residence halls, workers are focusing efforts on debris removal, tree trimming and building repairs after ice and snow wreaked havoc on what was scheduled to be one of Elon University’s busiest weekends of the spring.
Angela Owusu-Ansah, School of Education associate dean and associate professor, Melissa Joy Cutrera, Samford University alumna, and Amanda Strong Hilsmier, associate professor of special education at Samford University recently published "Current Practices in Multicultural Education: Curriculum Refor in the Elementary Classroom."
The exhibit highlighting milestones and people of Elon's 125-year history will be open in the Isabella Cannon Room through April 8.
Jeff Carpenter, assistant professor of education, gave three recent presentations on the use of technology to support teacher and student learning.
Come join a panel of experts and discuss the unfolding crisis in Ukraine. Take the opportunity to raise questions about foreign policy, conflict, international economics, security and minority rights.
Courses taught in an academic building damaged March 7 by a falling tree have been reassigned to other spaces around campus.
Drop off your unused and expired medicines for law enforcement to dispose of them properly.
Katie Nash, special Collections librarian and archivist, and Marna Winter, lecturer in the School of Education, presented at the annual LAUNC-CH conference in Chapel Hill, N.C., on March 10, 2014.
Professor Emeritus of History George W. Troxler, author of From a Grove of Oaks: The Story of Elon University, will be available at several book signings beginning March 12.
Associate Professor Dave Gammon writes in a newspaper opinion column about the tension between strong religious adherents and members of the scientific community, arguing how the two groups aren't mutually exclusive.
A new initiative brings a weekly conversation starter every Monday that encourages students, faculty, staff and the greater community to engage in thought provoking, fun and challenging discussions.
Angela O. Ansah, associate dean in the School of Education, was quoted in an article in Belgium's "N'Go Cooperation au Développement Relations Humaines" magazine.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann has an article published in the professional trumpet journal.
Elon University trustees have granted tenure and approved promotions for faculty for the 2014-15 academic year. The action came at the board's spring meeting, held on campus Feb. 28-March 1.
Elon employees can take advantage of discounts on lunch options, an all-you-can eat buffet and classes for the kids.
Elon University employees can get their taxes done free at Liberty Tax Service until March 2.
Senior Leah Hayes and University Registrar Rodney Parks presented research at SACRAO on integration challenges of victims of sexual violence.
A space on the first floor of Lindner Hall now bears the name of two emeriti professors of history whose combined service to Elon University spans more than three quarters of a century.
Junior Ashley Edwards and Rodney Parks received the journalism award at the Southern Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers conference in Raleigh for their work on transgenderism in higher education.
The celebration will be held March 11 as part of the university’s Founders Day activities.
Lisa Rosenberg, Belle Booker, Kris Zorigian, Angela Owusu-Ansah and Victoria Shropshire will use funding to help develop innovative approaches to writing in various courses.
Communications associate professor edits collection about how African Americans used the mass media as an advocacy tool.
Victoria Del Gaizo Moore, assistant professor of chemistry, and Karl Sienerth, professor of chemistry, along with Mary Bedard '12 (Biochemistry) and Kelly Giffear '12 (Biochemistry) had a research article accepted to the journal Biophysical Chemistry.
Registrar Rodney Parks and Erin Walker presented an excerpt of the work they co-authored regarding the impact of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injuries on veterans returning to higher education.
The Department of Physical Therapy Education was represented at the Combined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association held in Las Vegas from Feb. 3-7, 2014.
“Getting Students Into Your Organization” offered insight and clarification about recruiting Elon students to participate in local nonprofit organizations and agencies.
Michael Fels, associate professor of art, presented a paper on Feb. 14, 2014, in Chicago, the host of this year's College Art Association (CAA) annual conference.
Jeffrey Coker, associate professor of biology and director of general studies; Rosemary Haskell, professor of English; and Thomas Nelson, associate professor of communications, recently published "Teaching Global Studies to All Undergraduates: A Required First-Year Course."
Critic Terry Teachout compliments work by the associate professor of performing arts for costume designs in the "The Life & Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Parts I and II" being performed by the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre.
The associate professor of English was honored for a paper published in the September 2012 issue of Business Communication Quarterly and for her overall contributions to the mission and membership of the association.
The “Take a Student to Lunch” program gives students a chance to connect with faculty and staff while enjoying a free lunch or coffee together.
Darris Means, Elon Academy Associate Director, has been named the first place winner for the Dissertation Award by the American Association for Blacks in Higher Education.
Hearsay Culture, the Stanford University radio show and podcast founded and hosted by Elon Law professor David S. Levine, celebrated its 200th show in January. Since its founding in 2006, the show has featured internationally prominent authors, scholars and thought leaders examining the relationship between technology, law and culture.
The professor of education was quoted by the (Raleigh, N.C.) News & Observer as part of the daily newspaper's coverage of the event.
The assistant professor was an invited speaker at a national gambling conference.
Janet Lee Warman has had three poems published one poem win Honorable Mention.
Elon University’s Black History Month Steering Committee is recognizing physical plant workers, program assistants, and faculty & administrative staff members in a series of College Coffee presentations throughout February.
Did you know eyes can be a window to the heart? Do you have low vision and need some help to improve your sight?
Assistant Professor Sean McMahon co-authored an article about the consequences of ethical lapses in businesses.
In a column for the (Burlington, N.C.) Times-News, the university's chaplain shared reflections on the ways Elon University promotes and celebrates multi-faith efforts.
Alexander Yap, associate professor of information systems with the Department of Management, published a research paper titled “Web Portals for Financial Analytics: How effective are they from the end-users’ perspective."
The associate professor of English and coordinator of the university's African & African-American Studies program led participants in a session titled "Whose Intercultural Learning? Study Abroad, Research and Scholarship: Creating Opportunities for Faculty, Staff and Students."
On the 50th anniversary of The Beatles making their American television debut on "The Ed Sullivan Show," Associate Professor Michael Frontani shares insights in regional newspapers about early setbacks for one of the biggest bands of the modern era.