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Research co-authored by Assistant Professor Danny Lanier examines major customers’ supply chain power and real earnings management (REM) for the purpose of meeting or beating earnings targets.
The lesson is featured in the January 2019 issue of the journal Science and Children and focuses on problem-based learning (PBL) in the elementary science classroom.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology Jennifer J. Carroll's article appears in the journal Medical Anthropology.
"Efficacy of Misoprostol Alone for First-Trimester Medical Abortion: A Systematic Review" was electronically published ahead of print on Dec. 4, 2018, in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology.
An article by Isaac, associate professor of English, was published in Children's Literature in Education.
"Challenging Audiences to Listen: The Performance of Self-Disclosure in Community Writing Projects” by Assistant Professor of English Heather Lindenman and Justin Lohr of the University of Maryland was published in the Fall 2018 issue of the Community Literacy Journal.
"HIV Physicians and Chronic Opioid Therapy: It's Time to Raise the Bar" was published in AIDS & Behavior, a top HIV journal highlighting qualitative research on HIV care.
Takudzwa "Titch" Madzima, assistant professor of exercise science, has co-authored an article published in the European Journal of Cancer Care investigating 12- to 15-month body composition and bone mineral density in breast cancer survivors compared to age-matched women without a prior cancer diagnosis.
The professor of music had an article published in the January 2018 issue of the journal.
"Successful Service-Learning for Statistics Students Studying Survey Sampling” was published by Associate Professor of Statistics Kirsten Doehler in the November 2018 issue of the Statistics Education Research Journal.
Stylus Publishing Company has just released Anthony Weston’s latest book, "Teaching as the Art of Staging: A Scenario-Based College Pedagogy in Action," illustrated by some of Weston's classic courses at Elon.
Claussen’s article is included in Virtue Ethics, edited by Tom Angier (Routledge, 2018).
The assistant professor of entrepreneurship co-authored a case examining a nonprofit leader’s journey to increase his organization’s earned-revenue streams through effectuation.
Madzima, Nepocatych and alumni publish article on the effects of consuming protein before sleep in active women
Assistant Professor of Exercise Science Takudzwa “Titch” Madzima and Associate Professor of Exercise Science Svetlana Nepocatych have published a new study in the journal Nutrients with Jared Melanson ’17 and Jonas Black ’17 showing that 48 grams of casein protein consumed prior to sleep likely has favorable metabolic effects in active women.
Squadron, a visiting professor of sport management, offers his thoughts on what an expansion of sports betting could mean for tax revenues.
The two columns by the associate professor of communications offers insights into Montana history tied to the end of World War I.
Multi-institutional research from the Center for Engaged Learning's seminar on Excellence in Mentoring Undergraduate Research featured in a new Council on Undergraduate Research book edited by Vandermaas-Peeler, Miller and Moore.
Kevin Boyle publishes two poems in Prairie Schooner magazine.
Longmire-Avital, Madzima and alumna co-author article in Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal
Associate Professor of Psychology Buffie Longmire-Avital, Assistant Professor of Exercise Science Takudzwa "Titch" Madzima and Elyse Bierut '16 examined the rates of engagement in high-calorie burning activities of black and white American collegiate females.
Religious Studies Professor Geoffrey Claussen's new article appears in the journal Interreligious Studies and Interreligious Theology.
Scott Morrison, assistant professor of education, and Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, recently authored several research and practitioner-focused articles.
Futrell's edition of a 19th-Century Russian piece will be published with Fred Bock Music.
In a European Journal of Information Systems article, the assistant professor of management information systems goes beyond social and cognitive aspects of technology sensemaking to explore the effect of technology design on how people understand it.
In My Words: How a scientist, professor, volunteer, and animal enthusiast found connection at the Conservators Center
This column by Kim Epting, associate professor of psychology, was originally published on the blog of The Conservators Center, a zoological park located in Caswell County.
An article by Isaac, associate professor of English, was published in the journal Children's Literature.
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.