E-Net News

front page headlines, news

  1. Elon Day 2019 is Tuesday, March 5

    All members of the worldwide Elon community are invited to participate in this day-long celebration by making a gift to the university and sharing their Elon pride on social media. 

  2. Elon Jazz Festival to be held Feb. 22-23

    The annual two-day jazz festival will feature three guest artists who will engage with student ensembles from area middle and high schools and Elon's university jazz ensemble. 

  3. Elon Law administrator honored by NYU BALSA

    Associate Dean Wendy Scott was among the honorees at a New York City gala where her law school alma mater's Black Allied Law Student Association recognized alumni "whose contributions to the field of law and beyond have inspired us as students."

  4. Kesgin publishes paper on when leaders make uncharacteristic foreign policy choices

    Assistant Professor of Political Science Baris Kesgin’s recent research is based on the premise that when leaders depart from their long-held, publicly known policy positions, one possible explanation is changes in their personality. Kesgin puts this assumption to test in the case of Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s withdrawal from the Gaza Strip in August 2005.

  5. Elon to host 'Congress to Campus' on Feb. 18

    The program, facilitated by the Stennis Center for Public Leadership and the nonprofit Former Members of Congress, brings former federal legislators to college campuses to discuss public service. 

  6. Communications Fellows head to Florida, visit 17 companies

    Twenty-two students from Elon University’s Communications Fellows program participated in a two-week trip in January to the Sunshine State, touring communications companies, meeting with industry professionals, and gaining insights into their future careers.

  7. Elon joins “Universities Studying Slavery”

    Elon University has joined Universities Studying Slavery, a collaboration including 49 member institutions that work together as they address both historical and contemporary issues dealing with race and inequality in higher education and in university communities as well as the complicated legacies of slavery in modern American society. 


  8. Cara McFadden named NIRSA president-elect

    Beginning May 1, the associate professor of sport management will oversee the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association, widely considered the leading resource for professional and student development, education and research in collegiate recreational sports.