Kristina Adler '12 is playing the role of Elsa this season in the series 'Preacher.' She is a graduate of the BFA Acting program and is currently acting, directing, and producing films in Atlanta.
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F. Leary Davis, Jr. led efforts from 2004-2008 to launch Elon University School of Law in downtown Greensboro and earn it provisional accreditation from the American Bar Association at the earliest possible date.
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Justin Clar has published a research article on the absorption of surfactant molecules to single-wall carbon nanotubes.
Twenty-four new Elon students spent the week at Elon and in the Alamance County community serving nonprofits and learning about the area.
English Professor Rosemary Haskell writes about her fascination with the Dunkirk evacuation during World War II, which saw her father among those who were rescued.
Elon Trustee Katherine Weaver and her husband, Mike, have made a generous gift that supports students who are among the university's highest achievers.
Twenty-five alumni, family and friends attended the Atlanta Alumni Chapter annual Atlanta Braves outing in July
Assistant Professor of Education Julie Ellison Justice worked with F. Blake Tenore, teaching faculty and coordinator of English education at Florida State University on “Becoming Critical Teacher Educators: Narratives of Disruption, Possibility, and Praxis.”
Catherine Bryant in the Class of 2018 is the latest to be featured in a series of profiles on Elon Law students whose summer internships offer them new insights and knowledge into the legal profession.
Alisha Horky, Kacy Kim and Carri Tolmie shared insights from their research studies involving cause-related marketing, the psychology of branding, ad countdown effects and sports team symbols’ effect on distance performance.
The patent for Duke Hutchings, associate professor of computing sciences, relates to grouping and manipulating applications or windows on large- and multiple-display computer systems.
For the fourth straight year, Elon places in the top 20 of the full Hearst Journalism Awards.
The alumnus presented on the novel 3D printing technology used by his Redwood City, California-based firm, Carbon.
On the heels of co-editing the new documentary “City of Ghosts,” the Elon alumnus served as an editor for a short video supporting an article written by Syrian activist Abdalaziz Alhamza, co-founder of Raqqa is Being Slaughtered Silently.
The associate professor in the Department of Physical Therapy Education was awarded a $27,154 grant from Omron Medical in Japan to study the effects of microtens and acute pain at the elbow, knee or ankle.
Drew Simshaw and Heather Gram join the law school’s Legal Method & Communication Program on a two-year fellowship to teach legal writing to incoming students.
Elon Trustee Dr. William N.P. Herbert '68 honored the late Jim McClure '68 by funding a scholarship in his name, saying, "He was my anchor."
Janelle Wendorf in the Class of December 2017 is the latest to be featured in a series of profiles on Elon Law students whose summer internships offer them new insights and knowledge into the legal profession.
Summer is the busiest time for construction on Elon's campus and there are many projects underway. Read this note for details about enhancements to Elon's outstanding environment for learning.
Religious Studies Professor Jeffrey Pugh writes about the impact of experiencing a naturalization ceremony at the home of Thomas Jefferson on the nation's birthday
The communications department chair was one of seven academics nationwide to take part in the Council on International Educational Exchange’s weeklong seminar in Seville.
Elon’s Center for Engaged Learning recently launched its sixth research seminar that brought participants from around North America to Elon for a week.
Gabe Mirabelli in the Class of December 2017 is the latest to be featured in a series of profiles on Elon Law students whose summer internships offer them new insights and knowledge into the legal profession.
Tyrone Guy Jean comes to Elon from Duke University, where he has served since 2011.
Brittany Hart in the Class of December 2017 is the second to be featured in a series of profiles on Elon Law students whose summer internships offer them new insights and knowledge into the legal profession.
Tim McFarlin, a legal method and communication fellow who recently concluded his service at the law school, previously wrote about the role of piano player Johnnie Johnson in crafting some of Berry's biggest hits.
The latest photos of the 160,000-square-foot facility offer a look at what will become the main floor of the new convocation center, which will provide a premier gathering space for major campus events and serve as the new home for Elon's basketball and volleyball programs.
In a June seminar in Australia, Elon Law’s David S. Levine shared preliminary results of an empirical study assessing when and why software and biotechnology startups now use secrecy laws – rather than filing for patents or copyrights – to protect their intellectual property.
The Acorn Accolade Technology Award of Excellence recognizes one IT employee each month for exemplary work.
Elon’s Odyssey Scholars share a bond that carries them through the campus experience and into successful lives after graduation.
Lecturer in Education Erin Hone '04 and Elizabeth McFarland '19 traveled to Phoenix, Arizona, from June 23 through 26 to promote the School of Education at the National Educators Rising conference.
Chris Richardson, assistant professor of physics at Elon, and a collaborator at UNC will receive the equivalent of $10,000 in computational resources from a National Science Foundation-funded program.
Dave Gammon, associate professor of biology, commented on recent findings involving whether cuckoos in Central and South America are mimicking the sounds of another animal.
Aarin Miles in the Class of December 2017 is the first to be featured this season in a series of profiles on Elon Law students whose summer internships offer them new insights and knowledge into the legal profession.
An Elon Law professor and five students joined a delegation from the North Carolina Bar Association on a recent visit to the Caribbean nation to learn more about the opportunities and challenges there of building a vibrant economy.
As part of an international business course, students visited VF Corp., AkzoNobel Coatings, UPS and Cisco abroad to discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by doing business in 21st century Europe.
Ashton Newhall '98, a former trustee and the sponsor of the C. Ashton Newhall Endowed Lecture at the Love School of Business, has received the annual entrepreneurial recognition from Ernst & Young.
“Diverse Philosophical Approaches to Sexual Violence” was a two-week institute led by Philosophy Professor Ann Cahill and funded by a $112,000 National Endowment for the Humanities grant.
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning details the projects and recipients of the Spring 2017 Teaching and Learning Grants.
The Michael Poteat '04 Global Education Scholarship will give students suffering from chronic illness the opportunity to study abroad and have a life-changing experience.
New York City. Washington. Boston. Raleigh. Charlotte. Elon Law students are excelling in legal internships coast-to-coast this summer with law firms, government offices, nonprofits and corporations that match their professional interests.
The recent collaboration from Mia Watkins ’16 and Eric Hernandez ’16 brings to life the new single from R&B artist Mawule and celebrates the importance of fatherhood.
Assistant Professor of Biology Jen Hamel headed a program focused on insects using the resources Elon’s Loy Farm offers.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor and director of Teaching Fellows, gave four presentations and received a research paper award at the Annual Conference of the International Society of Technology in Education.
Aunchalee Palmquist, assistant professor of sociology and anthropology, offered insights into how new mothers approach breastfeeding.
A variety of events will be held around the country to help welcome the newest members of the Elon family.
The popular running publication focused on research by Wally Bixby, associate professor of exercise science, and recent alumna Kristen Fontela '17.
Clay Stevenson, a lecturer in music at Elon, presented on topics relative to a cappella vocal production and crowd-sourcing for the independent musician.
Associate Professor Tony Weaver, Assistant Professor Cara McFadden and Elon graduate Drew Forte ’15 explored the perceptions of higher education administrators regarding the role club sports play in recruiting and retaining male students.
Malaya Johnson, a rising senior on the women's basketball team, will travel to Ivory Coast to compete and train alongside the country's national team.