The associate dean in the School of Communications co-authored a book chapter in “The Routledge Handbook of Critical Public Relations,” published in August 2015.
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The assistant professor of sport and event management serves as a co-editor for the fall 2015 issue of New Directions in Student Leadership, which highlights student leadership development within recreation and athletic environments.
Work on biodiversity on farms presented at Ecological Society of America
Assistant Professor Carmen Mónico travels to the Central American nation next spring to assess a vocational training program aimed at creating work opportunities for youth who might instead emigrate elsewhere.
The professor of religious studies is a frequent author of columns on social justice considered from the perspective of a Christian ethicist.
Bill Andrews' Article Published in Physical Therapy, Highlighted on American Physical Therapy Assoc. Website
Bill Andrews, associate professor in the Department of Physical Therapy Education, is the 1st author of an article published ahead of print in Physical Therapy.
Olivia Choplin, Meredith Allison and Jeff Clark were recognized during Planning Week 2015 for their accomplishments during the previous academic year.
The associate professor of psychology published a peer-reviewed article in the journal Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience.
The Planning Week workshops aimed to support and inspire the communications faculty and staff’s teaching, creativity and research.
Assistant professor Chris Richardson, associate professor Tony Crider, and Elon Honors Fellow Ben Kaiser ’16 displayed a poster at the International Astronomy Union General Assembly held every three years
North Carolina's public television station visited Elon University in July to report on the success of an educational program that inspires and assists young children from the local community with learning to read.
Elon's executive director for institutional effectiveness has been appointed president of the state's professional association for institutional research professionals.
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Anthony Weston's new article in College Teaching proposes a new model of the teacher as an "Impresario with a Scenario."
The assistant professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program co-authored the article in the journal Professional Development in Education and the peer-reviewed chapter in the Handbook of Research on Teacher Education in the Digital Age.
Claussen, a climate and energy policy administrator, diplomat and sustainability expert, will share insights and advice with business students.
Elon President Leo M. Lambert bestowed the university’s highest honor Monday upon four of its most distinguished retired employees for their meritorious service to the school.
President Leo M. Lambert previewed the 2015-16 academic year Monday in an annual address to faculty and staff at the start of Planning Week, and his remarks emphasized how Elon University is defined by the meaningful connections members of the campus community form with each other.
The assistant professor of mathematics will use the named professorship to deepen the scholarly experience of his undergraduate researchers.
Elon leaders announced Monday that the associate professor of biology has been selected the next Japheth E. Rawls Professor for Undergraduate Research in Science.
Seventeen faculty members served on panels, presented research and received honors at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication 2015 national convention.
The associate professor of communications will provide the public relations publication with content on strategic communications topics including advocacy and writing.
Mathematics major Jesi Weed '16, Professor Jeff Clark and Assistant Professor Chad Awtrey presented in August in Washington, D.C., at MathFest 2015, the national conference of the Mathematical Association of America.
Respective research projects in India by the two Elon University professors examine competing ideas of what constitutes Hindu heritage.
The Writing Center is currently taking requests to schedule Writing Center Introductions for your classes.
The 12th Annual Teaching & Learning Conference at Elon University encouraged hundreds of professors from across the nation to seek creative approaches to educating their students.
The university’s highest honor will be presented Monday to four recipients for their meritorious service to Elon.
A grant from the Coleman Foundation will support the fellows' efforts to encourage entrepreneurship at Elon.
If you're planning one final trip to the shore before the arrival of autumn, Associate Professor Jeffrey S. Coker has data and perspective about the "summer of the shark" that he shares in a guest column published by several regional newspapers.
Associate Professor Tom Nelson shared the tragic story of the USS Indianapolis, which was torpedoed 70 years ago this summer near the end of World War II, in a guest column published by several regional newspapers.
Dr. Julie Celona-VanGorden, Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music, will sing her Greensboro opera debut as Clorinda in Rossini's La Cenerentola. Performances will be August 28 and 30th.
Four Physics Department members attended and presented at the Summer 2015 National AAPT Meeting, July 24-29, at the University of Maryland, College Park, MD.
As part of her Plank Center Educators Fellowship, the assistant professor of communications visited H+K Strategies in Tampa, Florida, interviewing employees, participating in internal and external meetings, and attending a digital/social media boot camp.
Dave Powell presented a paper co-authored with Joel Hollingsworth titled "Improving a Computer Science I Course with Flipped Instruction and Faculty Guides" at The 2015 International Conference on Frontiers in Education: Computer Science and Computer Engineering held from July 27-30, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
The School of Communications assistant professor authored a guest blog for the Arthur W. Page Center for Integrity in Public Communication, discussing her research and how public relations professionals can enhance media relationships in times of crisis.
The dangers of growing secrecy in government, for instance new North Carolina legislation to keep death penalty chemical compounds confidential from the public, forms the focus of Elon Law Professor David Levine's latest blog post for Princeton University's Center for Information Technology Policy (CITP).
The associate professor’s article examines the historical role of the Federal Trade Commission in regulating deceptive weight-loss advertising.
The associate professor of environmental studies and biology was awarded a one-year grant for $25,000 to develop a regional network of locally produced foods.
Dave Gammon, associate professor in biology, recently gave an oral presentation in Nova Scotia at the joint research meetings for the Wilson Ornithological Society, Society of Canadian Ornithologists, and Association of Field Ornithologists.
Dozens of professors representing 20 colleges and universities returned to campus July 26-31 for the second year of a three-year research seminar hosted by Elon’s Center for Engaged Learning.
Research co-authored by Rena Zito in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology shows that despite public policies that assume otherwise, disadvantaged women are rarely able to meet and marry financially secure men.
Associate Professors Frances Ward-Johnson, Amanda Sturgill and Glenn Scott are concurrently serving as elected leaders.
The new assistant director of career services for the School of Communications will help students navigate the job search.
Matthew Buckmaster was invited to perform with the renowned Cramer Choir at the International Trombone Festival in Valencia, Spain.
The associate professor of communications and Pulitzer Prize recipient wrote a review of author Harper Lee's long-awaited second book for The (Raleigh) News & Observer.
The professor of music had an articles published in a professional women arts journal.
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