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.
faculty & staff
Professor Tom Mould from the Department of Sociology and Anthropology becomes Elon’s second faculty member to receive the honor.
Assistant Professor Jen Dabrowski of the Department of Chemistry joined the Elon faculty in 2015.
Professor Cynthia Fair of the Department of Public Health Studies is renowned for her research into the changes in the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Elon President Connie Ledoux Book presented the medallion to two retired faculty members and two steadfast supporters of the university during an event marking the start of a new academic year. The university also recognized four named professorships during the event.
Elon trustees have named campus facilities in honor of emeriti faculty and staff members Russell Gill, Smith Jackson, Nan Perkins and Susan Klopman for their distinguished service to the university.
Aaron Trocki, assistant professor of mathematics, recently had his research paper featured on Math Ed Podcast - https://mathed.podomatic.com/.
Allegra Laing, assistant director of diversity and inclusion in study abroad, was nominated unanimously as chair for NAFSA Region VII for 2020.
The conference is jointly sponsored by the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, and Teaching and Learning Technologies.
The annual effort kicked off in 2011 thanks in part to the work of an Elon alum serving with the armed forces in Afghanistan.
David S. Levine, Elon Law’s Jennings Professor and Emerging Scholar, partnered with Ted M. Sichelman of the University of San Diego School of Law to research why young companies in software, biotechnology, medical device, and hardware industries opt to use - or not use - laws that can protect competitive advantage and profits.
Professor Steve DeLoach and alumna Marquessa Smith-Lin researched the role of savings and credit in coping with idiosyncratic household shocks.
Ryne VanKrevelen, lecturer in statistics, presented joint research on "Efficacy of 'The Islands'-based Projects Compared to Student-Collected Data Projects in Introductory Statistics Courses" at the 2018 Joint Statistical Meetings in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
The annual summer news update panel discussion will be held Aug. 29 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in McKinnon Hall.
The chapter is part of the book "Africa and Globalization: Challenges of Governance and Creativity," published this year by Palgrave Macmillan.
Monday, Sept. 24 at 4:30 p.m. in McKinnon Hall, Moseley Center.
Celebrate Campus Sustainability Week with a Loy Farm Tour on Monday, Oct. 22 at 4 p.m.
Professional staff members from across eight universities joined for the inaugural N.C. LGBTQ Center Staff Conference this summer.
Study abroad and risk management practitioners took on a fictional international crisis during an exercise at Elon to learn from experts and to consider their emergency preparedness.
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Awtrey, an associate professor of mathematics at Elon, received the Henry L. Alder Award from the Mathematics Association of America at its national MathFest conference.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of English Rosemary Haskell recounts her own immigration story and how her thoughts returned to that experience after recently meeting someone on a similar journey.
Jen Hamel, assistant professor of biology, presented research at the Animal Behavior Society 2018 conference in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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.
The associate professor of management’s paper on peer reporting policies was recognized as one of the most impressive pieces of work published by the Journal of Managerial Psychology in 2017.
Sarah Alger ’17 and Samantha Perry’18 joined Professor Cynthia Fair in the Department of Public Health Studies at the 22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam where the group presented research.
Margaret Chapman and Paula Patch gave multiple presentations at the annual conference of the Council of Writing Program Administrators.
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.
Elon Writing Center Director Julia Bleakney led a week-long international Summer Institute for new professionals in the Writing Center field.
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.
School of Education Dean Ann Bullock was among eight new members announced this week for the group that advises and designs programming for teacher education programs.
Lynn Beck, Clay Stevenson and students collaborated with Winston-Salem Symphony musicians to record James Stephenson’s “Fanfare – Light from Shadows" providing a dynamic soundtrack for community service award winner John Beck’s documentary video.
Their presentation included an overview of Undergraduate Music programs in the U.S., suggestions for international students who are interested in auditioning for college-level music programs and examples of careers opportunities with an undergraduate music degree.
The journalism major attended the 2018 National Association of Hispanic Journalists Conference in Miami, working in tandem with professional journalists and fellow Latinx students covering the four-day convention.
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.
Elon's president joins presidents from the University of Washington and Bowdoin College in authoring an article on college free speech issues.
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.”
A newspaper column by Associate Professor Andy Haile points to rulings by the U.S. Supreme Court that indicate an overturn of Roe v. Wade isn't a foregone conclusion simply because of the court's pending conservative majority.
In this piece written for The Conversation, President Connie Ledoux Book joins the presidents of the University of Washington and Bowdoin College in reflecting how free speech should be treated on college campuses.
'Summer Series' highlights education, inclusion, and lifelong learning opportunities for adults with disabilities
Stephen Byrd, associate professor of education and program coordinator for special education, spoke about education, inclusion and lifelong learning opportunities for adults with disabilities at Peacehaven Community Farm on July 19, 2018.
Ghoshal's article, "Testing for Discrimination," showcases a method for teaching students to conduct audit studies of unequal treatment.
Carmen Monico, an assistant professor of human service studies, was among thousands of scholars from around the world who attended and presented at the XIX World Congress of Sociology held in July in Canada.
Gerald Whittington receives top professional honor from the National Association of College and University Business Officers
Elon’s long-serving senior vice president for business, finance and technology has received NACUBO’s 2018 Distinguished Business Officer Award, the group’s highest honor.
The new facility in Elon’s Historic Neighborhood will support the goals of the university’s residential campus initiative.
From July 9-20, Elon is hosting 176 Alamance-Burlington School System students at Summer in the Village, a summer academic preparedness and enrichment program of Elon's It Takes a Village Project.
Kirsten Doehler, associate professor of statistics, presented on “Diversity-Related Projects in an Introductory Statistics Course” at the 10th International Conference on Teaching Statistics held July 8-13 in Kyoto, Japan.