Elon Law Professor Enrique Armijo explained on WFDD radio why North Carolina’s new Property Protection Act, allowing companies to sue whistleblowers who conduct undercover investigations, is likely to be struck down in federal court.
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The chair of the Sport and Event Management Department participated in a question-and-answer interview examining topics relating to the National Football League’s championship game.
With the opening night performance of "The Light in the Piazza" on Feb. 12, 2016, Associate Professor Bill Webb will reach a univeristy and perfoming arts department milestone by working on his 100th Elon production.
The associate professor of education from East Carolina University will oversee an Elon school with 22 full-time faculty members and five full-time faculty members from Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences, who work with teacher education programs.
Talks on the Steps explore Elon's Performance of Shakespeare's comedy
Music Theatre students at Elon University sing at the Carolina Theatre of Durham alongside Broadway star Kristin Chenowith
Peter Jakes '17, Michael Keenan '16, Sara Rodgers '16, Jesi Weed '16, Professor Jeff Clark, Professor Crista Arangala, and A.L. Hook Assistant Professor Chad Awtrey presented at the Joint Mathematics Meetings in Seattle from Jan. 6-9, 2016.
Music Theatre professor sets concert dance piece on the University at Buffalo's Zodiaque Dance Company
More than a dozen events in February will honor African-American contributions to the campus and the world as Elon University celebrates Black History Month.
The professor of music has his sixth book published.
The associate professor in the School of Communications was featured in an International Business Times article, addressing the 88th Academy Awards ceremony and how a planned boycott will affect the broadcast’s viewership.
Elon Law Professor David Levine details the evolving rationale for federal trade secrets legislation and says the bill creates more harm than good, no matter the arguments presented in favor of it.
The director of the Elon University Poll shared his analysis of the North Carolina political landscape and the way abortion debates could influence the 2016 elections.
Associate Professor Ben Evans has received funding from the North Carolina Biotechnology Center for equipment which will facilitate his research in magnetic hyperthermia therapeutics.
Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord has authored a United States Supreme Court "friend of the court" brief opposing the contraceptive coverage mandate in the Affordable Care Act.
Elon's faculty and staff can get 2015 taxes done for a special rate Feb. 21-28 at Liberty Tax Service in Burlington.
Six panelists met with members of the Alamance County community Thursday night in a public forum where ideas were shared to better portray the realities of life for those who receive public assistance.
The Acorn Accolade Technology Award of Excellence recognizes one I&CT employee each month for exemplary work.
A study co-authored by Elon University Professor Cynthia Fair in JAMA Pediatrics gives healthcare providers clearer goals for helping young patients with chronic illnesses transition successfully to adult care settings.
Assistant Professor Buffie Longmire-Avital and young alumna Brenda Reavis '15 have co-authored an article in a forthcoming edition of the Journal of Black Psychology examining the ideal and non-negotiable characteristics emerging adult Black American women look for in potential male partners.
Codner joins Elon’s Office of University Advancement from Bucknell University and will lead efforts to grow the tradition of philanthropic support among Elon’s constituents.
Claussen's paper titled “The Legacy of the Kelm School of Musar on Questions of Work, Wealth and Poverty,” appears in Wealth and Poverty in Jewish Tradition, ed. Leonard J. Greenspoon (Purdue University Press)
Elon Law Professor Michael Rich’s article “Machines as Crime Fighters—Are You Ready?” in the winter 2016 edition of the American Bar Association’s Criminal Justice magazine, examines legal and practical challenges to the automated prediction of criminals.
The research of Elon University Department of Physics students and faculty was presented at the 227th American Astronomical Society meeting in Kissimmee, Florida, January 4-8.
Elon Law Professor Michael Rich is featured in a journal devoted to identifying "the best new scholarship relevant to the law" for his forthcoming University of Pennsylvania Law Review article on law enforcement's use of "big data."
The assistant professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program co-authored the article in the journal Kappa Delta Pi Record.
The professor of art history will spend 2016-17 working on a book that explores the life and impact of Madeleine Lemaire, a popular French artist whose studio became a site of queer identification in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
In her new position, Jean Rattigan-Rohr will represent the university in the Triad with an emphasis on Alamance County
The professor of music had two articles published in the professional saxophone journal.
Honors Fellow and Lumen Scholar Peter Jakes '17, alumna Robin French '15, associate professor Alan Russell and A.L. Hook assistant professor Chad Awtrey published a research paper in the inaugural issue of the Minnesota Journal of Undergraduate Mathematics.
The assistant professor of communications examines socio-technical initiatives designed to promote citizen participation and collaborative problem solving in city governance.
As we bid farewell to 2015, we invite you to take a few minutes to recall the historic and memorable moments of the past year in a picture gallery created by University Communications photographers.
Catherine Bush, adjunct assistant professor of biology, along with two former undergraduate research students (Brandi Griffin and Joshua Steele; Valdosta State University), a former M.S. graduate student (Elizabeth Mercer; Valdosta State University) and Katherine R. Goodrich, a flower-scent specialist from Widener University, published a research article in the current issue of the Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society.
Elon University's 2015 holiday video explores the history, symbolism, economics and science of light as faculty and staff share their knowledge about the traditions we celebrate on campus.
The professor of music had an article and a CD review published in the professional trumpet journal.
Elon Law Professor Hannah Vaughan, director of the Law School’s Elder Law Clinic, authored “Falling On Deaf Ears: Lawyers’ Obligation to Provide Sign Language Interpreters for Deaf Clients.” Vaughan’s article appears in the December issue of Gray Matters, a publication of the North Carolina Bar Association’s Elder and Special Needs Law Section.
Elon Law Professor Antonette Barilla proposed measures for law school educators to maximize millennial students’ learning and achievement at the New England Consortium of Academic Support Professionals Conference.
The School of Communications professor analyzed the factors that are helping or hindering the voting intention and behavior of Costa Ricans who live abroad in the newly granted external voting process.
Research co-authored by the associate professor of management examines organizational policies of off-duty deviance (ODD) and strategies to reduce ODD.
The national climate around student protests and diversity efforts sparked Harvard University to invite alumnus Matthew Antonio Bosch to share diversity achievements, ongoing challenges, and conversations on student activism.
The professor of sociology shared his expertise for a Dec. 9, 2015, column about a Pennsylvania family navigating the holidays for the first time without the husband and wife who brought everyone together each Christmas.
Co-authored by Elon University's Laura Roselle, "Strategic Narratives: Communication Power and the New World Order" received the 2016 International Communication Book Award for having made "the most substantial impact in the area of international communication in the context of international studies."
A fellowship created by Elon University in 2008 will help support excellence in ongoing research and creative work by Casey DiRienzo, Clyde Ellis and Ashley Hairston.
Elon University staff member Ryan Witt and senior Brian Szymanski partnered to produce an entry for the fan-made commercial contest and their submission was named a semifinalist for the competition’s $1 million grand prize.
Amy Johnson, assistant professor of History and the Elon Core Curriculum, published an article entitled “Gradations of Freedom: The Maroons of Jamaica, 1798-1821” in the Journal of Caribbean History.