Associate Professor Prudence Layne describes in several regional newspapers the fleeting nature of social media hashtags and how only a proper education can effectively combat social injustice.
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Elon Law Professor Henry Gabriel represented the State of North Carolina at the annual meeting of the Uniform Law Commission. He was also a U.S. Delegate to the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law, Working Group on Electronic Commerce. In addition, he was reappointed by the U.S. State Department to another term as a member of the State Department Advisory Committee for Private International Law.
Hosted by the American College Personnel Association, the Summer Leadership Institute offered a series of workshops advancing leadership and management potential.
Professor of Mathematics Todd Lee presented on the invited paper "Visual representations of empericial probability distributions when using the granular density metaphor."
Christopher Anglin L’11, Mital Patel L’09 and Elon Law Professor Hannah Vaughan, director of the law school’s Elder Law Clinic, were among 16 attorneys recognized in June for completion of the North Carolina Bar Association’s Leadership Academy.
In a July 22 Slate column, Elon Law Professor David S. Levine calls for deeper consideration of a new online "right to be forgotten" articulated by a European Union court in May.
Elon Law Professor Enrique Armijo has accepted an invitation to become an Affiliated Fellow with the Information Society Project at Yale Law School.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann has a CD review published in a professional women's arts journal.
The assistant professor of political science and assistant director of the Elon University Poll was a program guest on Friday, July 18, 2014.
The two faculty members received training in somatic voicework at the Shenandoah Conservatory.
Belk Library's Dianne Ford led the planning team for the first Science Boot Camp Southeast for Librarians.
The associate professor of psychology was featured in the Summer 2014 issue of the Triad Retirement Resource Guide.
Associate Professor Anthony Hatcher authored an opinion column for several North Carolina newspapers about the disdain politicians can show toward those at the very top of their professions.
The associate professor of psychology was published in the Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice.
The assistant professor of education gave four presentations at the 28th Annual "High Schools that Work" Conference in Nashville, Tenn., from July 17-18.
The article was published in the International Journal of Communication and the book review was featured in International Migration Review.
Elon employees signing up for the first time or renewing memberships at BJ’s Warehouse, Costco or Sam’s Club can take advantage of great savings.
Professors from 26 colleges and universities were on campus July 13-18, 2014, for a research program hosted by the Center for Engaged Learning.
Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord was retained by the North Carolina House and Senate, through the legislature’s Speaker and President Pro Tem, to represent the State in its efforts to get the U.S. Supreme Court to review a decision of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals that prohibits North Carolina from issuing “Choose Life” specialty license plates.
Professor Pranab Das writes in regional newspapers about the missed opportunity for reasoned debates and conversations on the nature of human life in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision on Hobby Lobby, insurance and birth control.
Eight papers from the 2013 Elon University Media and Religion Conference have been published in both e-Book and print-on-demand paperback formats.
Elon Law Professor David S. Levine, an affiliate scholar at Stanford Law School’s Center for Internet and Society, has accepted a position as a Visiting Research Collaborator at Princeton University’s Center for Information Technology Policy for 2014-15.
The school hosted its annual awards ceremony May 6 to honor high achievement from faculty and students in the last year.
The associate professor of communications also offered a separate workshop about data collection to a university in Korea.
Elon Law Professor Howard Katz was one of 25 professors and the only full-time law faculty member to participate in a National Endowment for the Humanities (NIH) program on Westward Expansion and the Constitution in the Early American republic. He was also selected as one of 22 law professors and deans to participate in a Wolters Kluwer conference on the future of legal education.
Enrique Armijo engages FCC urging First Amendment rights for users of government-run online networks
Drawing from his scholarship about the application of the First Amendment to new technologies, Elon Law Professor Enrique Armijo submitted a July 9 filing with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) net neutrality proceeding.
The two faculty members from Elon University's School of Communications offered presentations to rising high school seniors.
The associate professor of communications studied the impact women's magazines had on the acceptance of cosmetic surgery.
Elon University's coordinator of student media discussed editing and mentoring at a North Carolina Scholastic Media Association program.
Privacy and "The Internet of Things" were the subjects of a July 10 conference in Palo Alto, Calif.
The coordinator of student media discussed access issues at the annual College Media Association gathering.
The film will be screened at the biggest festival of its kind in Amsterdam.
The assistant professor of political science and assistant director of the Elon University Poll offered an analysis of a federal lawsuit to prohibit the state from implementing a new voter ID law.
Associate Professor Naeemah Clark writes for several regional newspapers about the role she fulfills, and the community she builds, when sharing television show recommendations with friends and loved ones.
After watching parts of the World Cup from where he's lived this spring in Costa Rica, Professor Tom Arcaro writes for regional newspapers about common humanity on display in the largest global sporting event of the year.
Harter will direct Protestant Christian programming in the Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life; he joins the campus community after serving as a religious adviser in the Office of Spiritual Life at the University of Chicago.
The assistant professor of education recently published “Twitter’s Capacity to Support Collaborative Learning” in the International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments.
With President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley in attendance, the North Carolina Senate recognized Elon University on July 2, 2014, in a special statement commending the school for its accomplishments and contributions to the world.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics Chad Awtrey has been chosen to receive the 2014 Early Career Mentoring Award from the Division of Mathematics and Computer Science within the Council on Undergraduate Research (CUR).
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann has two articles published in a professional saxophone journal.
Law professors at Elon recently have published scholarship and engaged in service at regional, national and international levels. Explore highlights of their work in this article.
Mark Dalhouse, the new director of the Study USA program in the Global Education Center, joined Elon colleagues Pam and Chalmers Brumbaugh in late June to visit 16 students interning this summer in the nation's capital.
Professor of Exercise Science Paul Miller guides students and faculty members, helping shape their path and reach their full potential.
The Department of Physical Therapy Education and Department of Computing Sciences were represented at the 2014 Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society Conference in Newark, Delaware, from June 24-27, 2014.
Lashendock, video archive technologist in Elon's Belk Library, presented two sessions during the annual Association of Higher Education Campus Television Administrators (AHECTA) conference on June 26, 2014 in Denver.
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business professors recently published research on how marketing faculty can implement role-play simulations using technology to improve students’ communication abilities.
Two professors in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business recently had their research published in the journal Ethnic and Racial Studies.
Recently retired Professor of Art Ken Hassell just returned from conducting three weeks of research in the South Asian diaspora of Southall in West London.