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  1. Elon Law crowns intramural moot court champions

    Edwina Avbuere L’20 and Spenser Sullivan L’20 prevailed Tuesday night in the championship round of Elon Law’s largest intramural moot contest to date where teams argued the merits of a fictional sexual harassment and workplace discrimination lawsuit.

  2. Jesse Akman appointed science research librarian

    Akman will be the liaison librarian to the departments/programs of Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, Exercise Science, Geographic Information System, Neuroscience, and Public Health, and the School of Health Sciences’ Doctor of Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant Studies programs.


  3. Bisko co-authors book on Personal Librarian programs

    Outreach Librarian Lynne Bisko co-authored "Personal Librarians: Building Relationships for Student Success" to help other libraries create their own programs that help students succeed in their academic careers


  4. Kremer presents research at Voice Foundation Symposium

    Brian Kremer, assistant professor of music theatre, presented on feminization and masculinization of singing voices: practical tools to shift gender perception, at the 48th Annual Voice Foundation Symposium in Philadelphia.

  5. Elon wins Business Analytics Competition

    A team of Martha and Spencer Love School of Business students won Manhattan College’s international competition involving analyzing data and presenting insights about New York’s energy consumption.