Robert Buchholz will retire next year as associate vice president for facilities management and director of physical plant and will be followed by Tom Flood, now associate director of physical plant and director of landscaping and grounds.
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The student-run news organization was honored with eight awards, including four first-place finishes, and several School of Communications graduates were recognized for their professional journalism efforts.
President Leo M. Lambert spoke to inductees about the importance of appreciating beauty and complexity during the Oct. 30 ceremony.
Faculty and staff members presented sessions and hosted a sponsorship table at a Dallas convention that drew more than 4,000 attendees.
A.L. Hook Associate Professor Chad Awtrey publishes a research paper with alumni Taylor Cesarski '17 and Peter Jakes '17 in the latest issue of an international number theory journal.
The 15th ranked Phoenix will take on the Paladins at 1 p.m. Campus residence halls will open early so students can return to campus from Thanksgiving break for the big game.
In this column, Elon President Leo M. Lambert writes that the tax plan now being considered in Congress undermines private higher education.
The most recent survey by the Elon University Poll also asked about spending plans for the holiday season, political talk around the Thanksgiving table and favorite Thanksgiving traditions.
The recognitions come as Elon prepares for a first-round contest against Furman University in the university's second-ever NCAA Division I Football Championship appearance.
Thirteen of Elon University School of Law's top students will guide the publication of the student-run and student-edited scholarly journal.
The presentation with counterparts at the Wittenberg University Writing Center focused on the challenges of giving and receiving feedback on writing.
Jacie Cooper '18, Morgan Ferguson '19, Nicholas Hadgis '18, Peter Komlofske '19, Olivia Lennox-Sanzone '18, Kiley Shannon '18 and Janae Williams '18 presented at the 13th Annual Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference held at UNC-Greensboro on Nov. 3-4, 2017.
Associate Professor David S. Levine presented his forthcoming co-authored article in the Wake Forest Law Review at a November conference hosted by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Inspired by Elon's commitment to scholarship funding, retired faculty member Nancy Midgette, of Montreat, North Carolina, decided to support students in the Odyssey Program with her gift.
Fifty-five educators participated in a two-day Inclusive Schools Network Institute run by the organization Gender Spectrum and hosted by the Elon University School of Education
Participants of the seminar attended a variety of sessions covering topics from developments in state taxation to broad ethical issues facing CPAs.
Jeff Schlossnagle, vice president of sales for the North America East for Omnicell, Inc., visited Elon to share insights into how to build a successful career.
Longmire-Avital presents at the 60th annual Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality conference
Buffie Longmire-Avital, associate professor of psychology and coordinator of African and African-American Studies, spoke on Nov. 12 during the conference in Atlanta.
Jeffrey C. Pugh, Maude Sharpe Powell Professor of Religious Studies, and David A. Copeland, A.J. Fletcher Professor and professor of communications, were formally awarded the Distinguished University Professorship at a special investiture ceremony on Nov. 13.
Elon and four other North Carolina institutions chosen to re-establish the state’s Teaching Fellows program
The new program to launch in Fall 2018 is a reincarnation of the highly effective program that prepared future teachers to work in North Carolina schools.
Art historian Kirstin Ringelberg presented as part of a panel on gender and style in 19th-century French culture at the annual colloquium hosted this year by the University of Virginia.
Haya Ajjan, associate professor of management information systems, presented at the 2017 INFORMS conference in Houston.
The assistant professor of communications teamed with fellow faculty member Ryan Witt and three cinema and television arts majors to produce “Gull,” a short-subject film that won Best Editing at the 2017 Free Spirit Film Festival in Dharamsala, India.
The most recent survey by the Elon University Poll also asked about local resources to address the crisis, whether it’s a criminal or medical problem and whether the crisis is getting enough attention.
More than 20 class and affinity groups hosted milestone reunion celebrations on campus during Homecoming weekend, Nov. 3-5.
Fourteen straight years: Elon is #1 in study abroad for master’s universities in the 2017 Open Doors report
The annual ranking by the Institute of International Education names Elon University the nation’s leading master's institution for the number of students studying abroad.
The Elon Phoenix will host top-ranked James Madison University at Rhodes Stadium on Saturday, Nov. 18, at noon, with selections for the NCAA FCS playoffs to take place on Sunday. Want to attend a playoff game? Find more information here.
Paula Weller and Pieter Swanepoel, both of the Department of Accounting, were recognized as scholarship recipients at the Lean Accounting and Manufacturing Summit.
Adam Kaplan ‘12 joins the Broadway company of “A Bronx Tale” in the production's leading role.
John Sellers ’66 and wife Faye were recognized by the Shenandoah chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals during a Nov. 13 ceremony.
The annual Department of Physician Assistant Studies symposium focused on medical improvisation, design thinking and empathy.
A panel presentation from student researchers and round table discussions over a shared meal allowed students to talk about undergraduate research.
The founder of Weird Enough Productions was among the top education entrepreneurs who made the 2018 list.
College Consensus is a college ranking aggregator that combines scores from major college rankings and student review sites.
For the fourth year, alumni and senior class donors will be recognized at the holiday celebration on Dec. 5.
The chapter was featured in the annual Chomp & Stomp Chili Cook-off and Bluegrass Festival
Hal Vincent, Live Oak’s faculty director, wrote a chapter spotlighting the co-curricular organization now celebrating its 10th year in operation.
The Houston Chronicle retail reporter, formerly a transportation reporter for the San Antonio Express-News, authored an in-depth article on a failed toll road plan, bringing to light “the pitfalls of privatized infrastructure.”
Assistant Professor Denise Hill and Adjunct Instructor Lorraine Ahearn received honorable mention awards in the 2017 Margaret A. Blanchard Doctoral Dissertation Prize competition.
Amy L. Allocco, associate professor of religious studies and director of the Multifaith Scholars program, presented material from her current research project, "Domesticating the Dead: Invitation and Installation Rituals in Tamil South India," which focuses on certain kinds of Hindu ritual relationships with the dead.
The Sam and Vicky Hunt Scholarship will assist two students each year in the Odyssey Program, a highly selective program for students with exceptional ability and promise and significant financial need.
The New York City-based documentary editor was recognized prior to a Nov. 9 screening of “Food Chains,” a 2014 film she edited that highlights agricultural labor in the United States.
Three Elon faculty members affiliated with the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning presented at the 42nd annual conference of the POD Network in Higher Education held Oct 26-29 in Montreal, Canada
ELON POLL: N.C. voters say Russia investigation is ‘serious matter’ and will reveal more criminal activity
The most recent statewide survey also asked about media bias, the support of N.C. senators for President Trump, and the potential for a nuclear attack during the next year by the U.S. or North Korea.
The November GNA dinner featured “The Migrant’s Tale: A Panel Exploring the Meaning Behind the Movement.” The members of the panel, which included students, faculty, and Elon community members, discussed their different migration experiences.
The Phoenix leads the Colonial Athletic Association in the 2016-17 report on student success in Division I by the NCAA.
The Greensboro native and national news correspondent made stops in five classes on Nov. 8 and participated in an hour-long chat with members of Elon News Network.
The Elon senior presented her thesis and participated in the X-Culture Competition at the Academy of International Business Southeast conference.
Elon Lumen Scholar Samantha Perry ’18 is researching the challenges that Village Health Team volunteers face in delivering health care in Uganda.