On Monday, June 18, the Master of Education Program welcomed a new cohort to the Elon University campus that includes eight studying gifted education and three studying elementary education.
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On Tuesday, May 8, physics and engineering students and faculty gathered to celebrate the culmination of the academic year.
Amy Johnson, associate professor of history and director of the Elon Core Curriculum, presented a paper entitled "Sustainable Identities: Indigenous Incorporation among the Maroons of Jamaica."
The sociology professor's paper examines the justification of violence and "crimes of everyday life" across 52 nations.
Her co-authored study received a 3 Top Faculty Paper Award in the Public Diplomacy Interest Group.
The campus community was joined by local residents for an old-fashioned outdoor band concert under the oak trees at the Martin Alumni Center.
Trustee Cindy Citrone P’17 and Rob Citrone P’17 hosted the event, which brought together Orlando’s Elon community and included a university update from President Connie Ledoux Book.
Monday's gathering on Scott Plaza in front of the Alamance Building offered an opportunity to welcome new and returning members of the Elon Academy, the university's college access and success program for local high school students.
Rabbi Lawson will continue Hillel’s work to create an inclusive, welcoming community at Elon University
Nearly 30 representatives from 13 institutions across the state attended the June 19 event held on Elon’s campus.
The Seattle alumni chapter made a significant impact at Food Lifeline, one of the chapter's various service projects held throughout the year
John L. Cook, Marissa C. Meredith and Sara L. Ochs join the law school's Legal Method & Communication Program beginning in July for a two-year fellowship to teach legal writing to incoming Elon Law students.
The bronze and concrete sculpture was created by Burlington native Ed Walker with Carolina Bronze Sculpture of Seagrove.
The Rev. William G. "Bill" Long, 89, died at the Coble Health Care Center at Twin Lakes Community in Burlington, N.C. on June 14, 2018.
McGann, a rising Elon senior from Summit, New Jersey, shares how his Elon Engagement Scholarship has allowed him to pursue his love for music production. This is the second in a video series highlighting the impact of endowed scholarships at Elon.
Eric Mann ‘10 and Ryan James Monroe ‘16 are just two examples of Music Theatre graduates who have achieved success in careers outside of the spotlight.
During the 2018 BEA Studio Showcase and Training Workshop held on campus June 12-14, media educators explored current technologies and workflows for teaching television studio production.
Elon University has released its President's List and Dean's List academic recognitions for the 2018 spring semester.
Alumni, parents, faculty and staff invested in Elon and its students in record numbers during the 2017-18 fiscal year.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, co-authored the article in the peer-reviewed journal Teaching and Teacher Education.
Key alumni leaders gathered in Washington, D.C., for an informative retreat hosted by Elon’s Office of Alumni Engagement.
The Triangle Alumni Chapter offered its annual professional development event with topics such as retirement planning and the area's real estate market.
Vandermaas-Peeler and Buckmaster receive Colonial Academic Alliance grant through James Madison University
The grant will fund a study looking at the interaction between a student's characteristics and the experiences they have while studying abroad.
Buffie Longmire-Avital's Community Psychology course provided a pathway for students to become more engaged with the Burlington community.
Richard Williams conducted legal research for the Hon. Mark Martin of the Supreme Court of North Carolina as part of his Elon Law education. An aspiring criminal law attorney, Williams shared insights about his experience for the latest profile in a series of Q&A's on residency-in-practice placements for Elon Law's Class of 2018.
After a seven-year battle with a neurological illness, Kimberly Bari ’06 has found the middle ground.
The inventor of the World Wide Web has received the Imagining the Internet Areté Medallion for his nearly three decades of outstanding work as a distinguished humanist innovator and technologist role model.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Dave Gammon provides historical context for the recent eruptions of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii.
Elon faculty members led a variety of workshops for local K-12 teachers on Wednesday, June 13, designed to help them integrate unique science, technology and mathematics concepts in their classes.
Mark S. Jetton Jr. '06 L'09, a Charlotte criminal defense and personal injury attorney, is the first Elon University and Elon Law alumnus selected to the board of judges, lawyers and business leaders who advise the university about the law school’s strategic growth.
SPDC staff use life-sized Chutes and Ladders for design thinking presentation at national conference
Ross Wade and Brooke Buffington presented at the National Association of Colleges and Employers annual conference in New Orleans on June 6.
As part of her internship with The Daily Front Row Magazine, a fashion industry publication, Taylor Cruz ’21 interviewed some of Broadway’s biggest performers as well as several renowned clothing designers.
Green's visit will include interactions with students at four separate Common Core Forums on Thursday and Friday. Her keynote address is Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in Alumni Gym.
The latest HERO Sports Preseason FCS Top-25 rankings announced Tuesday, June 12, has the Phoenix among the top teams in the country.
The grant from Penn State's Arthur W. Page Center will assist her study of how fake health news flows and competes with real news on social media.
The presentation highlighted the ethnobotanical work of Bush, adjunct assistant professor of biology and research fellow at the Center for New North Carolinians at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Madeline “Maddy” Wetterhall ’18 and Mitchell Bergens ’18 were the recipients of this year’s Marsilius von Inghen Award for Excellence in German Studies.
Reed LaPlante '03 G'18 and Keith Hill G'18 received scholarships to pursue Certified Management Accountant certification.
Elon's chapter of the Delta Phi Alpha German national honor society hosted an induction ceremony on May 4, welcoming 18 new members.
The Communications Fellow, who is a double major in cinema and television arts and international studies, received a summer grant and scholarship.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann had an article published in the professional trumpet journal.
Three Elon alumni and a member of the Class of 2022 took to the stage during the annual celebration of Broadway theatre.
Meet Linda Findley Kozlowski ’95, the woman in charge of operations for the e-commerce site Etsy.
The article for the New York Times UpShot section focuses on the lengths that cities go to when trying to land large economic development projects, and features comments from Jason Husser, director of the Elon University Poll and assistant professor of political science.
Enrique Armijo, associate dean for academic affairs and associate professor at Elon Law, writes for The Conversation about the lawsuit brought by the parents of children killed in the Sandy Hook shooting against media personality Alex Jones.
Backstage highlights the offerings of Elon's top-notch BFA Acting program.
Launched in 2000, the Elon University Poll has become a respected resource for public opinion research with statewide and national surveys conducted by telephone and online.
A new ranking by Zippia, a career services website, rates Elon among the nation’s best in employment 10 years after graduation.
The economics professors’ paper provides the first direct evidence for a broad class of economic models hypothesizing that mismatched workers are more likely to search on-the-job.
Joined by Elon alumna Daniela Ceron ’18, the Elon University colleagues co-led a May 30 workshop, examining teaching modules that explore global competence through the use of traditional and digital media in and out of the classroom.