An article by Isaac, associate professor of English, was published in the journal Children's Literature.
faculty & staff - publications
The assistant professor of strategic management’s research appears in the Journal of Management Studies, one of the Financial Times’ top 50 business journals.
The associate professor of music critiques a new textbook on vocal pedagogy.
The chair of the Communications Department presented a paper on using design thinking as a curriculum strategy to build study abroad courses that are well-thought-out and flexible to build students’ global confidences and encourage creative thinking.
The article by Wahl, professor of performing arts, and Artemis Preeshl, a visiting faculty member in the Department of Performing Arts last year, was published in the Voice and Speech Review.
Associate Professor of Spanish Mina Garcia presented a paper on "Cervantes and the Immigration Crisis" on Sept. 29.
Buffie Longmire-Avital co-authors article on resilience and depression among black LGB emerging adults
The article, "Resilience and depression: The roles of racial identity, sexual identity and social support on well-being for Black LGB emerging adults” appears in the Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships.
The article was published in a recent edition of Wildlife in North Carolina.
Professor of Religious Studies Rebecca Todd Peters publishes chapter analyzing white anger in the recent presidential election.
The new resource summarizes 10 key opioid overdose prevention strategies for public heath, law enforcement, local organizations, and others striving to serve their community.
Research by Greg Haenel, professor of biology, and Victoria Moore, associate professor of chemistry, brought together expertise from their departments to better understand how mitochondria respond evolutionarily to extreme environments and hybridization.
Joan Ruelle, dean of the Carol Grotnes Belk Library, published “Appreciative Inquiry and Shared Values: A Case Study” in the September 2018 issue of the Journal of New Librarianship.
The article by the assistant professor of sociology demonstrates an exercise that instructors can use to teach students how to call their representatives, and presents evidence of the activity's effectiveness.
The article by the professor of music had an article published in The International Trumpet Guild Journal.
The classroom activity designed by Dave Gammon, professor of biology, for an Elon COR capstone course has been added to a national collection of case studies.
Heather Lindenman, assistant professor of English, recently published three essays: one about student revision practices and two about community-engaged writing.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of Biology Dave Gammon says that the climate policy debate needs voices and principles from across the political spectrum.
Bedard ’17, Tolmie author paper published in Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management
Alumna Stephanie Bedard ’17 and Assistant Professor Carri Tolmie explore the role of social media in Millennials’ green consumption behavior.
Amy L. Allocco, Geoffrey Claussen, and Brian Pennington co-wrote a chapter that characterizes the distinctive approach taken by Elon's new interreligious studies minor.
Two recent publications were a result of Vandermaas-Peeler's semester as a visiting faculty member at DIS, Study Abroad in Scandinavia.
Rena Zito, assistant professor of sociology, and co-authors Stacy De Coster and Jennifer Lutz of N.C. State University have published a chapter in The Handbook of Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice.
Assistant professors Tracey Thurnes and Cindy Bennett in the Department of Physician Assistant Studies recently authored articles that appeared in a variety of publications.
Assistant Professor Jen Hamel's co-authors on the peer-reviewed research article include three recent Elon graduates who contributed to the study as part of their undergraduate research experiences.
A. L. Hook Emerging Scholar Jen Dabrowski authored a peer-reviewed article in the journal Nature Reviews Chemistry
Katy Rouse publishes study on the effects of year-round schooling on teacher turnover, composition and qualifications
The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy article examines the academic impacts of year-round school calendars in California.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, published the article in the peer-reviewed journal Learning, Media, & Technology.
Buffie Longmire-Avital, associate professor of psychology, and alumna Chelsea McQueen ‘15 publish an article in a top Women’s Studies journal on the relationship between race-related stress and emotional eating for black collegiate women.
Aaron Trocki, assistant professor of mathematics, recently had his research paper featured on Math Ed Podcast - https://mathed.podomatic.com/.
Professor Steve DeLoach and alumna Marquessa Smith-Lin researched the role of savings and credit in coping with idiosyncratic household shocks.
The chapter is part of the book "Africa and Globalization: Challenges of Governance and Creativity," published this year by Palgrave Macmillan.
Matthew Valle, Martha and Spencer Love Professor of Business and Professor of Management, and colleagues have published the results of their empirical research on the relationship between ethical leadership and outcomes via the mediating effect of frustration.
Jan Mays, senior lecturer in mathematics, and Aaron Trocki, assistant professor of mathematics, presented research at the Mathematical Association of America’s Annual MathFest Meeting in Denver, Colorado, held Aug. 1-4, 2018.
CEL hosts second Residential Learning Communities Research Seminar Summer Session, announces 2019 Conference
Twenty participants in the Center for Engaged Learning’s seminar on Residential Learning Communities as a High-Impact Practice returned for their second summer meeting on campus, June 17-22.
The Center for Engaged Learning hosted the first summer meeting of the 2018-2020 research seminar on Capstone Experiences, June 24-29, 2018.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of Religious Studies Rebecca Todd Peters writes about the moral decisions that women make about their families.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, co-authored the article in the peer-reviewed journal Educational Media International.
Kenn Gaither co-authors book chapter on public relations and public interest in emerging democracies
The associate dean in the School of Communications co-authored a chapter in the recently published book, “Public Interest Communication Critical Debates and Global Contexts.”
Ghoshal's article, "Testing for Discrimination," showcases a method for teaching students to conduct audit studies of unequal treatment.
Matthew Valle, Martha and Spencer Love Professor of Business and Professor of Management, and colleagues have published the results of their empirical research on the relationship between abusive supervision and organizational deviance.
Bill Andrews, professor of physical therapy education, recently had two articles accepted for publication in peer-reviewed journals.
"The Singing Teacher’s Guide to Transgender Voices" is the first book of its kind to provide thorough, organized information on the training of transgender singers for educators both in the academic and independent teaching realms.
The sociology professor's paper examines the justification of violence and "crimes of everyday life" across 52 nations.
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.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann had an article published in the professional trumpet journal.
The associate professor of communications recently published “Religion and Media in America,” which explores how Christianity both adapts to and is affected by new media forms.
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.
Research co-authored by Assistant Professor Kristin Roland examines the relation between pension plan payout horizon and pension asset allocation using information from SFAS 132(R) mandated disclosures.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Kristen Mazur publishes article in the American Mathematical Monthly on her research in the mathematics of voting theory.
A forthcoming law review article by Elliot Engstrom, an Elon Law Legal Method and Communication Fellow, analyzes a North Carolina law that leaves open to interpretation who should cover the costs of legal fees when a person sues state and local governments for lack of transparency.