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.
faculty & staff
Assistant Professor of Biology Jen Hamel gave an invited seminar as part of the Biology Department seminar series on Wednesday, March 22, at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, S.C.
The collaboration between engineering and physical therapy faculty has produced a prototype that targets nonhealing diabetic foot ulcers.
Ryan Gay, manager of service management/project lead for Instructional & Campus Technologies, recently published an article on Help Desk International’s SupportWorld website detailing the department's change management evolution.
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.
The article by the Elon biologists appears in the Journal of College Science Teaching
The assistant professor of sport and event management explored issues and outcomes relating to work-life balance for sport management scholars and practitioners.
The Center for Engaged Learning's Symposium on Integrating Global Learning with the University Experience: Higher-Impact Study Abroad and Off-Campus Domestic Study will be held June 11-12 at Elon.
Students, staff and faculty receive awards for participating in Phoenix Cup Waste, a competition to reduce landfill waste.
Supporters of Elon University School of Law gathered March 17 for a special luncheon to recognize the collective efforts of community, civic, and philanthropic leaders who helped launch "a law school with a difference."
Jason Husser is an assistant professor of political science and the director of the Elon University Poll.
Ryne Vankrevel and Laura Taylor from the Mathematics and Statistics Department present at the International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics
Tom Nelson, associate professor of communications, recently published a column in regional newspapers about the impact of "alternative facts" on journalism.
Elliot Engstrom, a Legal Method and Communication Fellow, received the 2017 Sunshine Award for Advocacy from the North Carolina Open Government Coalition in recognition of his public interest work to help uncover records related to a mismanaged town police department.
In addition to receiving a service award at the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association’s annual event, the assistant professor of sport and event management hosted a preconference workshop and presented an educational session.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, was involved in three different presentations at the AACTE Annual Meeting in Tampa, Florida, from March 2-4, 2016.
Spanish Instructor Quiqui Lang Hilgartner in the World Languages and Cultures Department tries her hand at versifying opera.
The Legal Method and Communication Fellow at Elon Law shared details of his ongoing research into copyright law based on a legal dispute between The Who and a U.S. company that took issue with the British rock band's 1967 album "The Who Sell Out."
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This funding supports efforts on the development of next generation X-ray diffraction imaging systems relying on X-ray scattering rather than X-ray attenuation for baggage item identification.
Ketevan Kupatadze was selected as the 2017-19 Center for Engaged Learning Scholar to focus on student-faculty partnerships as high-impact practice.
Elon Computing Sciences Professor Megan Squire writes about the technology behind protecting digital privacy.
Brooke Buffington of the Student Professional Development Center shared her story with students and asked them to think about their own stories.
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.
Professor Steve Friedland’s appointment as associate dean for innovation in engaged learning in law will help Elon Law continue to identify and promote better ways to prepare today’s students to serve as leaders in the legal profession.
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.
Three other Elon students were selected to present undergraduate research projects to the Southeastern Commission on the Study of Religion.
Elon University School of Law Dean Luke Bierman recently published a column in regional newspapers about how America can regain its manners.
A special College Coffee on Tuesday morning helped shift giving into high gear for the fourth #ElonDay.
Associate professor of psychology and Coordinator of African and African-American Studies, Buffie Longmire-Avital gave an invited talk titled, “'I Fought so Hard to Get Here?': Navigating Microaggressions in Historically White Spaces."
Two manuscripts on political leaders and foreign policy making by Baris Kesgin, assistant professor of political science, and his co-authors were recently published in the Journal of International Relations and Development and Political Psychology.
"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
The Center for Writing Excellence is pleased to announce our fourth Annual Summer Writing Institute!
A recent column appearing in the higher education news outlet points to the usefulness of the transcript to employers.
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.
Assistant Professor of Biology Jen Hamel gave an invited seminar as part of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute seminar series on Thursday, March 2, at the institute on Barro Colorado Island, Panama.
Center for the Study of Religion, Culture, and Society celebrates successful completion of inaugural scholarly meeting
The professor of music had two articles published in the professional saxophone journal.
Brian Kremer, assistant professor of music theatre, had his research on the vocal training of transgender singers featured in a recent Huffington Post article entitled "Gender Diversity and Education in Musical Theatre."
Hatcher column in Huffington Post uses work of current, former students to defend the role of the press
Associate Professor of Communications Anthony Hatcher writes about the professionalism and passion he has seen in his current and former journalism students.
The associate professor of physical therapy education was appointed during the American Physical Association’s Combined Sessions Meeting in February
Michael Keenan '16, Associate Professor Jim Beuerle and A.L. Hook Associate Professor Chad Awtrey published a research paper in the most recent issue of the International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics.
Members of Elon's Presidential Search Committee have been selected and campus meetings are scheduled for March 14-15.
The conference for the National Campaign for Political and Civic Engagement brought together students and faculty from nearly 20 colleges and universities at the Institute of Politics at Harvard University.
This will be a second time University Chaplain Jan Fuller has headed the national group, which includes close to 200 members.
Elon University trustees met on February 27 and granted tenure and approved promotions for several faculty members.
A reporter for the news outlet interviewed a student in Elon's Study USA program in Los Angeles outside the Oscars on Sunday night.
The article now online and featured in the March 3 issue takes an in-depth look at how the university has used an innovative approach to build relationships with its newest graduates.
At the second History and Geography Department Trivia Night of the year in the Historic Neighborhood, students tested their knowledge of African-American history in honor of Black History Month.
Elon employees who make less than $54,000 a year can get their tax returns done free by students in the Love School of Business.