'Dr. Chevalier’s Lie.' a film directed by Artemis Preeshl, is one of 75 films selected as an Official Entry to the Vero Beach Wine and Film Festival, the 'Summer Sundance.'
faculty & staff - presentations / creative
Staff members lead workshops at the Joyner Library Paraprofessional Conference held at Eastern Carolina University on May 11, 2018.
Library staff presented and helped plan the Triad Academic Library Association (TALA) 5th Annual Paraprofessional Conference held at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University on May 16, 2018.
On Wednesday, April 25th, eight Elon faculty presented research posters to showcase Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) projects.
Dan Burns presents paper on transnational detective fiction and postcolonial literary theory at annual MELUS conference
Burns, assistant professor of English, presented the paper at the May 3-6 meeting of the Society for the Study of the Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States, sponsored by the University of Nevada-Las Vegas.
The session was one of three co-organized by Evan A. Gatti, associate professor of art history, for Episcopus, an interdisciplinary, scholarly society.
The article by Abby Ampuja, instructor in education, was published in the Intervention in School and Clinic journal.
Jeff Elliott, executive associate commissioner and chief financial officer of the Atlantic Coast Conference, spoke on May 8 with Assistant Professor Young Do Kim’s Sport Finance class.
Professor Sue Liemer’s research over the past year has been showcased at national conferences and will be published in forthcoming journals and books that serve as resources for legal writing educators.
Student-athletes learn about the importance of dining etiqutte,networking and professional communications while communicating with employers.
Elon students who have participated in study abroad programs attended the Diversity Abroad Conference and Global Student Leadership with members of Elon faculty.
Heather Lindenman’s Writing: Argument and Inquiry class developed reports, infographics, and other written materials to support the Alamance County Stepping Up Initiative.
Aaron Trocki, assistant professor of mathematics presented his research at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Annual Research Meeting in Washington, D.C. on April 23-25, 2018.
Raj Ghoshal, assistant professor of sociology, presented his research at two regional sociology conferences this spring.
Jamane Yeager, electronic access librarian, participated in a conversation about the historic black community of Lincoln City, North Carolina.
Sixteen communications faculty and staff members attended the 2018 Broadcast Education Association conference and Festival of Media Arts, where students accepted three top awards and led the video documentation of the Las Vegas event's research symposium.
Elon Music Theatre majors from the Class of 2018 presented its annual concert for local retirement community.
The assistant professor of psychology was invited to give a research talk as part of Winston-Salem State's annual day dedicated to celebrating student's involvement in undergraduate research.
Associate Professor Pamela Winfield recently responded to a book panel dedicated to her co-edited volume "Zen and Material Culture" at the ASIANetwork annual conference in Philadelphia.
Mark your calendars for the upcoming Elon Wellness Fair on May 1 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Koury Athletic Center.
Tiffany Atkins and Drew Simshaw presented research on April 18, 2018, at the Southeastern Regional Legal Writing Conference hosted by Georgia State University and Emory University.
Director of Choral Activities and Associate Professor of Music Stephen A. Futrell performed with musicians from Atlanta and Chicago. Futrell was invited as a featured vocalist but also played trumpet with the instrumental ensemble.
Members of Dr. Dabrowski's and Dr. Clar's research teams present at the 255th meeting of the American Chemical Society
Students from the ABSS Career and Technical Education Center learned about the role of biomechanics in understanding and improving human performance on April 11, 2018. Presentations and activities about balance, running, throwing, and jumping showcased biomechanics as an emerging science.
Research by Elon faculty, students and alumni featured at American Educational Research Association annual meeting
Research from two School of Education faculty, four current students and one alum was presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting in New York City.
“Ripe Figs” directed by Preeshl selected for screening at the Greater New Orleans Film Fete.
The presentation highlighted two projects of Catherine Bush, adjunct assistant professor of biology and research fellow at the Center for New North Carolinians at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Thursday’s events include a conversation with two local Holocaust survivors and a film screening, a Ceremony of Remembrance, Reading of the Names, and Remembrance and Resistance - Theatrical Readings and a Discussion.
Paula Patch, senior lecturer in English and College Writing Coordinator, presented on a crosscultural approach to teaching first-year writing at the 5th annual Southern Regional Composition Conference in Memphis.
Elon's departments of Communications, Political Science & Policy Studies, and History & Geography had representation at this annual convention.
Kupatadze, senior lecturer in Spanish, spoke about student-faculty partnerships in the keynote address at the Texas university.
Nina Namaste, along with colleagues Alison Atkins from Wake Forest University and Claudia Femenias from High Point University, led the highly successful Meaning of Food: Interdisciplinary Conference on Representations of Food in the Arts & Humanities.
The assistant professor of communications recently completed her film, “Waiting in the Midfield,” which highlights a Syrian refugee who relocated to Greensboro and his assimilation to a new country and culture.
Department of Performing Arts faculty members presented on the recent Elon production of "Moment" by Dierdre Kinahan at this interdisciplinary food conference.
Five faculty members and eleven undergraduate researchers from the Biology and Environmental Studies departments represented Elon University at the Association of Southeastern Biologists conference at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center on March 28-30, 2018.
The Austin, Texas conference provided an opportunity for Elon to share about its Design Thinking Studio in Social Innovation, a 16-credit immersive semester program.
APOS is the only multidisciplinary organization in the United States dedicated to researching and treating the psychosocial aspects of cancer, and these students were among the few undergraduate researchers to present their work at this conference.
Two faculty members and four undergraduate researchers in psychology presented at the Southeastern Psychological Association conference held in Charleston, S.C.
Research by Elon faculty, students and alumni featured at technology conference for teacher educators
Research from three School of Education faculty, four current students and one alum was presented at the Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.
Mathematics and Statistics Faculty attend International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics in Washington, DC
Aaron Trocki, assistant professor of mathematics presented his research at the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education in Washington, DC on March 26-30, 2018.
Members of CEL Seminar speak at writing transfer panel at Conference on College Composition and Communication convention
At the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) 2018 convention in Kansas City, Missouri, scholars hosted a roundtable panel on Researching Transfer: Addressing the Challenges of Knowing What Works, on Friday, March 16.
Assistant Professor of Biology Jen Hamel gave an invited seminar as part of UNC-Asheville's Biology Department Seminar Series on Thursday, March 22nd.
Sophie Adamson, associate professor of French and chair of the Department of World Languages & Cultures, presented on Feb. 24, 2018, at the Lilly Conference on Active and Engaged Learning.
Eleven faculty members, one recently retired faculty member, multiple adjunct faculty members 20 students were among the more than 17,000 attendees at the conference.
Assistant Professor Matt Pardo will perform with The Lucinda Childs Dance Company at Lincoln Center's Mostly Mozart festival in July 2018.
Through a staged reading, Department of Performing Arts students participated in the creation of a new play.
Kirstin Ringelberg, professor of art history, developed and co-chaired the flagship conference's first panel devoted entirely to trans and gender variant art histories.
The first peer-reviewed poster session by the North Carolina Academy of Physician Assistants was held this month in Durham, N.C.