Elon student-athletes visited Garrett Elementary to read to students as part of the One Book, One School project.
Camerata is open to all Elon students
On Feb. 16 and 17, senior dance majors and Elon College Fellows Abigail Corrigan and Corinne Wilson will be presenting "Of Those Who Live" and "Reconstructing Jazz," a dance concert consisting of two full-length pieces choreographed by the students.
Assistant Professor of English Dan Burns invited two Asheville film critics to campus Saturday, January 13 for an evening double feature and discussion of two King classics: "Carrie" (1976) and "Stand by Me" (1986).
The dining facility, now being renovated and expanded, will reopen in fall 2018 and part of more locally owned options coming to the community.
Register before February 19 for a program that will include a mock class, tips for getting into and succeeding in law school, and the opportunity to learn from and interact with current law students, law professors, and practicing attorneys.
Assistant Professor Shaina Dabb’s Professional Sport Management class met with executives and staff members working for the Carolina Panthers, Knights and Checkers, including a trio of Elon alumni who handle ticket sales for the city’s AHL affiliate.
Held throughout the day in the Student Professional Development Center, Moseley 140
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The journalism and media analytics double major will spend this summer at the news organization’s Washington, D.C., bureau located two blocks from the White House.
Eighteen students traveled to South Africa for nearly two weeks of experiential learning in a course that compared the prison system in the United States with the one there.
With input from senior class officers, President-elect Connie Ledoux Book has selected Elon’s eighth president to address the Class of 2018 at the 128th undergraduate Commencement exercises on May 19.
President Leo M. Lambert has sent the following letter to families regarding the university's budget and student costs for next academic year.
A group of students participating in the Winter Term program The Call of South Africa tell the story of Original T-Bag Designs, an effort to use recycled materials to create art and boost employment in the country.
Several Elon Law students, administrators, faculty and friends packed food, produced scarves, and created Valentine’s Day cards for local seniors as part of the 2018 Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service organized by The Volunteer Center of Greensboro.
This past December, Elon’s student athletes teamed up to provide gifts for nine Alamance County children with the local nonprofit organization Christmas Cheer.
At 11:30 a.m. in Schar Hall, participants can enjoy free food — but at a cost.
The Student Professional Development Center offers great career planning tips, suggestions, and resources with seniors.
The annual trip helps build community among first-year Honors Fellows while they work in service of others.
Elon University has released its President's List and Dean's List academic recognitions for the 2017 fall semester.
Students, instructor honored by Department of Physical Therapy Education with awards at Commencement
The following awards were presented at the Department of Physical Therapy Education commencement ceremony: Overall Outstanding Student – Alys Cook, Outstanding Research – Carleigh High, Outstanding Service - Tess Brackett, Outstanding Clinical Performance – Garrett Hoanin, Outstanding Clinical Instructor – Ben Fisher
Elon is the newest partner in the international network of business schools.
Caroline Perry ’18 presents thesis at International Conference on Information Systems in South Korea
The Honors Fellow discussed her research on the use of information and communication technologies to promote refugees’ integration.
SURE student Jenny Kane '18 and Assistant Professor of Chemistry Jen Dabrowski presented their research on conversion of biorenewable resources to fine chemicals at the annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS) in Charlotte, N.C.
Winter Term 2018 will offer students a broad array of opportunities to explore these themes throughout the next month.
Elon’s School of Health Sciences welcomed two new classes of graduate students to the university community this week.
Language assessments will be given on campus on specific dates and specific times during January. See the language assessment date website.
The Writing Center will be open at our Belk Library location throughout the 2018 Winter Term.
The presentations covered a broad range of topics at conferences held throughout the fall.
Nearly 1,000 students, faculty and staff are participating this month in 37 programs on six continents.
The School of Communications’ Imagining the Internet team is posting nearly 900 interview video clips featuring 180 international participants in the 12th annual IGF, facilitated by the United Nations.
The annual Movember campaign raises money to address health issues faced by men.
The annual photo gallery from the Office of University Communications provides a visual time capsule of a historic year at Elon University.
Elon's 2017 holiday video includes 27 vocalists, one Phoenix, two presidents and lots of fun. Enjoy!
Members of the Black Law Students Association and their families commemorated the achievements of graduating students who recognize their African roots in a cultural ceremony the day before Commencement for Elon Law’s Class of December 2017.
The David Gergen Award for Leadership & Professionalism, bestowed annually at Elon University School of Law’s Commencement, recognizes one student in each graduating class for embodying the highest levels of selfless leadership and service.
Gut instinct: Lumen Scholar’s research explores the link between the brain and the microbiome of the gut
Alex Ball ’17 is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a $15,000 scholarship and celebrates their academic and creative accomplishments.
This semester's edition marks the 16th in the history of the Elon Journal, the nation’s first and only undergraduate research journal in communications.
Students in the Class of December 2017 and their families celebrated outstanding academic performance, pro bono work, and service to the law school in a ceremony on the eve of their graduation from Elon Law's highly experiential 2.5-year program.
Fergie Philippe-Auguste '17 joins the revolution of the “Hamilton” tour playing his dream role
Physics and engineering students and faculty gathered Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, on the last day of classes for the annual end of semester banquet.
The "Opening Doors" story series celebrates the power of scholarships to change the lives of Elon students and the generosity of donors who make this transformation possible.
Zachary Bocian ’17, a native of Yorktown Heights, New York, turned to staff members in the Student Professional Development Center to prepare for interviews and develop a strategy for success during one of the most stressful times of his undergraduate experience.
Students in Elon's Physician Assistant Studies program and staff from the Alamance Open Door Clinic participated in a design thinking sprint on Tuesday, Dec. 5, to address two questions related to quality improvement and patient adherence.
The senior from Arlington, Massachusetts, passed away unexpectedly.
Forty-seven students received their doctor of physical therapy degrees at a commencement ceremony in McCrary Theatre on Saturday, Dec. 9, 2017.
Service-learning classes offer the education students an opportunity to apply their classroom skills to the real world.
The article focused on the impact of tax cuts by the N.C. General Assembly included a mention of a senior seminar at Elon.
Maker Hub will be open normal hours during exam week and offer limited hours over winter break.
Read this notice to the Elon community by Jon Dooley, vice president for student life:
As part of the project, more than 100 trees were planted along the Greensboro Greenway to increase urban tree canopy.