Jenni Johnson, Darris Means and Kimberly Pyne presented at the annual conference of the American College Personnel Association held in Indianapolis.
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Kirstie Doehler and Laura Taylor co-author article on using online surveys in statistics classrooms.
Communications associate professor served as inaugural speaker for Clemson's Erwin Center for the Study of Advertising and Commnications series.
The associate professor of English & coordinator of African and African-American Studies program was invited to present a paper titled "Transforming Higher Education: Restructuring Space and Minds” and lead a workshop for faculty during the Mico University College's Week of Activities held in Kingston, Jamaica during the week of April 8.
Associate Professor of English Prudence Layne, coordinator of the university's African & African-American Studies program, was interviewed on the live radio show “Both Sides of the Story,” a program that is broadcasted live on Power 106 FM radio in Jamaica.
The associate professor of education and longtime Elon Academy instructor formally takes over this summer for founding director Deborah Long, who is now serving as interim dean of Elon University’s School of Education.
The assistant professor of statistics presented a talk, "The Gender Gap and the Two-Hour Mark in Major Marathon Races," at the Carolinas Sports Analytics Conference.
Join Elon faculty and staff for an informal conversation about initial impressions and ideas for using Glass in a teaching and learning context.
Tom Mould, recipient of Elon’s 2013-14 Distinguished Scholar Award, spoke Tuesday evening about the way people share narratives to convey beliefs and shape worldviews – and how we all change in the process because of those tales.
The associate professor of psychology offered a visual explanation to brain function in an April 11, 2014, "Kids Want To Know" segment on the popular Triad news station.
Buffie Longmire-Avital, assistant professor of psychology was featured as a Lafayette College alumni success story.
Elon faculty and staff can get questions answered about Social Security benefits at free a seminar.
Professor Ann J. Cahill and Associate Professor Stephen Bloch-Schulman received the 2014 Lenssen Prize from the American Association of Philosophy Teachers for "Argumentation Step-by-Step: Learning Critical Thinking Through Deliberative Practice."
A contribution to the edited volume "Asian Perspectives on Animal Ethics: Rethinking the Nonhuman" theorizes vernacular Hindu snake worship traditions in Tamil Nadu, India as a model for human and nonhuman animal relationships and a constructive environmental ethic.
A video art work of appropriated Meg Ryan romantic comedy film moments, commissioned by saxophonist Steven Stusek and composer Wei Dai, will premiere at a UNCG concert on April 15, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. in the School of Music's recital hall.
The book explores the candor of Supreme Court nominees during their confirmation hearings.
Christopher Waters, Elon University's deputy chief information officer, recently presented an educational session at the Association for Communication and Information Professionals Conference in Dallas.
Darris Means, associate director of the Elon Academy, presented at the American Educational Research Association annual conference in Philadelphia.
Math majors Christopher Shill '14 and Erin Strosnider '14 and assistant professor of mathematics Chad Awtrey gave a joint, invited presentation at the University of North Carolina in Greensboro, on April 9, 2014.
Physics major Alison Deatsch ’13 is the first author of a manuscript on magnetic hyperthermia therapeutics published this March in the Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. The work, coauthored with Assistant Professor of Physics Ben Evans, describes physical mechanisms behind the remote heating of magnetic nanoparticles.
Linda Lashendock, video archive technologist, presented a session April 8 during the annual Society of North Carolina Archivists conference at the McKimmon Center on the campus of North Carolina State University.
Communications assistant professor presents her work on social media and crisis communication at a special conference for emerging scholars.
Associate Professor Naeemah Clark criticizes in newspaper guest columns an entertainment industry that perpetuates standards of beauty that celebrate lighter complexions over elegance also found in people with darker skin.
The assistant professor in the School of Education presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting in Philadelphia.
Associate Professor Tony Weaver and instructor Mark Cryan have been interviewed by WFMY News 2 and WUNC's "The State of Things" in recent weeks for their expertise on the business of sports.
David Noer was the lead author on a feature story in the quarterly journal that examined career-limiting leadership tendencies.
Faculty and staff can apply or renew BJ's Wholesale Club membership at a discounted rate.
“War Crimes, Genocide, and Justice” by Elon University’s David Crowe is a global history of battlefield horrors and the international humanitarian law that developed in response to barbaric behaviors of armies and their leaders.
Amanda Tapler, senior lecturer in the Department of Health and Human Performance, and Elon students are featured in an international training film for The Jamkhed International Institute for Training & Research.
Four faculty members received funds ranging from $1,500 to $4,700 for innovative projects that enhance student learning across a variety of disciplines.
The campus celebrated a special Spring Convocation on April 2, 2014, when President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley ’46 shared reflections from more than half a century of service to his alma mater as a student, professor, dean and president.
School of Communications professor addressed consumder information processing and message strategy, and the changing nature of advertising relationships.
Tuesday, April 22, noon-1:30 p.m. in Oaks 212
Considered the "hallmark of excellence in business education," AACSB accreditation is earned by less than five percent of the world's business programs.
Shimron was invited to judge the advanced-level categories at three local piano contests for pre-collegiate students.
Shimron joins three pianists for two-piano, eight-hand recital.
Johns Hopkins University Press has re-issued its classic book, "Transforming a College," with new contributions by President Leo M. Lambert.
The associate professor in the psychology department and the neuroscience program presented at the annual North Carolina Cognition Group conference on March 29, 2014, hosted by Duke University.
Paula Patch Discusses Working Conditions and Writing Instruction in Featured Session at National Conference
Paula Patch discussed opportunities for non-tenure-track writing faculty as part of a panel, "Surviving and Thriving while Working off the
Tenure-Track: Gender, Contingent Labor, and Writing Instruction in the 21st Century," at the 2014 Conference on College Composition and Communication.
The professor of human service studies worked with Lauren Taylor '10 and Jamie Albright '13 on recently completed studies that have been published or presented to international audiences.
"Solidarity Ethics: Transformation in a Globalized World" by Elon University's Rebecca Todd Peters explores the moral challenges of living in a global economy and imagines new ways of combating social injustices by building deeper relationships with those who suffer.
The Powell Professor of Philosophy Emeritus continues his writing on the seasons of life
Katie Nash, special collections librarian and archivist, has been accepted into the Traveling Archivist Program that is administered by the State Archives of North Carolina.
The research findings of Mark Kurt, assistant professor of economics, and Steve DeLoach, professor of economics, on the discouraged worker effect appear in the March/April 2014 issue of BizEd magazine.
Dooley joins the Elon University community after spending 15 years in student affairs and assessment at Marquette University in Wisconsin.