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Brodt, a native of Poland who now lives in High Point, N.C., shared his story of tragedy and strength through one of the darkest periods in history during his Feb. 13 visit to Elon.
First-year Business Fellows explore the relation between business and culture in the United Arab Emirates
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business Fellows benefitted from 10 corporate visits coupled with cultural excursions.
Assistant Professor of Biology Jen Hamel co-authored a research presentation for the Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology Conference in Tampa, FL.
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.
The graduating class applied the knowledge and skills acquired throughout their studies to a business case analysis.
The Charlotte Alumni Chapter hosted a professional development event with the theme of "Ingenuity in the Workforce."
The Global Neighborhood follows up the success of last fall’s trivia night with a game night at their February House Dinner.
Nine Elon alumni are now studying, teaching or researching in Finland, Germany, India, Spain and the United Kingdom through the prestigious fellowship.
Students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where the shooting left 17 dead, played a role in Thursday's events, which focused on remembering those who died and pushing for an end to gun violence.
The 2019 Communications Internship Showcase & ePortfolio Review drew 35 organizations to the School of Communications on Feb. 12 to meet with students seeking internships, employment opportunities and career advice.
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."
The professor of psychology and director of the Center for Global Engagement discussed her research into how parents can guide their children and foster a spirit of inquiry, particularly as they learn in natural contexts.
Through historical site visits and company tours, students grasp the inherent ties between business and culture.
Janna Anderson, professor of communications, was one of eight Elon faculty members featured this year in "Passionately Curious," the annual Elon University President's Report.
Students in the Business in the Pacific Rim course examined the rise of Asian businesses and learned the importance of understanding culture in deal-making.
The associate professor of mathematics and Jaclyn (DeVincent) Ashcraft '16 worked with Nicholas Luke from North Carolina A&T State University on the article, which appears in Volume 8 of the journal BIOMATH.
The associate professor of communications examined the recent messaging strategies that the embassy of Mexico in the United States employs to reach its diaspora community via websites, Facebook and Twitter.
The accounting honor organization initiated new members during its spring ceremony.
Several student groups have organized programs from Feb. 18-23 to showcase the impact and importance of diversity in the legal profession.
The Associate Professor of Music appeared as guest adjudicator, clinician and performer.
Hillary McDonald, third-year PA student attended the 2019 Triangle Health Innovation Challenge (thinc) held Feb. 1-3. The 3-day hackathon held at the Duke School of Medicine joined teams of students from the Triangle's regional colleges and universities to solve pressing problems in healthcare.
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.
Research by Assistant Professor of Music Cora S. Palfy was recently published in The Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy, a national journal for the field of music theory.
The poll, conducted in collaboration with the N.C. General Assembly Program Evaluation Division, also found that about half the state agrees with keeping ABC stores closed on Sunday.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Associate Professor of Communications Amanda Sturgill offers a look at the extensive ripples the recent federal government shutdown had within the broader population. The column was published in The News & Record of Greensboro.
As a defenseman, president and captain of Elon’s Club Hockey team, Garfield stood out with skills as a player and his role within the team as a leader and joins other top players in the Atlantic Coast Collegiate Hockey League's Hall of Fame.
A group of Elon business students spent a semester in China, taking business courses and completing an internship.
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.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of Biology Dave Gammon notes that a game theory commonly applied to animal behavior could offer insight into how to end government shutdowns. The column was published by The Times-News of Burlington and The Post & Courier of Charleston, S.C.
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.
Honors Fellow Michael Dryzer ’19 is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a scholarship and celebrates their academic and creative accomplishments.
University staff have looked back through yearbooks from throughout Elon’s history in the wake of multiple reports around the country of offensive photos portraying white students in blackface or dressed as Ku Klux Klan members.
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.
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.
The Tampa Bay Alumni Chapter hosted its 2nd annual group outing to support their local hockey team
The former U.S. Attorney General will speak at Elon Law in Greensboro on Thursday, Feb. 28.
Ajjan, an associate professor of management information systems, was one of eight Elon faculty members featured this year in "Passionately Curious," the annual Elon University President's Report.
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Department of Performing Arts presenting a new panel series discussing Department of Performing Arts productions.
Join your local alumni chapter for an Elon Day party on March 5.
The article appeared in The North Carolina Journal of Mathematics and Statistics
Upcoming Center for Writing Excellence Boot Camps
Alumni get special opportunity to relish in the activities of the Super Bowl in their city
Mina Garcia, associate professor of Spanish, publishes her second book bridging the gap between colonial Mexico and Early Modern Spain.
The former assistant professor at Louisiana State University and North Carolina attorney will also teach in Elon’s School of Communications.
The award-winning photographer covers politics and national news and his work is regularly featured in The New York Times and other national media outlets.
Elon Academy staff hosts first ever Tri-Area College Access Summit; a gathering of college access professionals from neighboring cities.
Haley Lohr and Cody Jones from the Class of 2019 finished in the "elite eight" at the J. Braxton Craven, Jr. Memorial Moot Court Competition hosted by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
During fall 2018, Tres McMichael ‘19 presented a series of seminars entitled MT LIDS, which focused on finding ways in which bias and non-inclusive language can be eliminated from the Music Theatre program.