Amy Johnson, associate professor of history and director of the Elon Core Curriculum, presented a paper entitled "Sustainable Identities: Indigenous Incorporation among the Maroons of Jamaica."
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The sociology professor's paper examines the justification of violence and "crimes of everyday life" across 52 nations.
Her co-authored study received a 3 Top Faculty Paper Award in the Public Diplomacy Interest Group.
Rabbi Lawson will continue Hillel’s work to create an inclusive, welcoming community at Elon University
Nearly 30 representatives from 13 institutions across the state attended the June 19 event held on Elon’s campus.
John L. Cook, Marissa C. Meredith and Sara L. Ochs join the law school's Legal Method & Communication Program beginning in July for a two-year fellowship to teach legal writing to incoming Elon Law students.
During the 2018 BEA Studio Showcase and Training Workshop held on campus June 12-14, media educators explored current technologies and workflows for teaching television studio production.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Dave Gammon provides historical context for the recent eruptions of the Kilauea volcano in Hawaii.
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.
Vandermaas-Peeler and Buckmaster receive Colonial Academic Alliance grant through James Madison University
The grant will fund a study looking at the interaction between a student's characteristics and the experiences they have while studying abroad.
Buffie Longmire-Avital's Community Psychology course provided a pathway for students to become more engaged with the Burlington community.
Elon faculty members led a variety of workshops for local K-12 teachers on Wednesday, June 13, designed to help them integrate unique science, technology and mathematics concepts in their classes.
The article for the New York Times UpShot section focuses on the lengths that cities go to when trying to land large economic development projects, and features comments from Jason Husser, director of the Elon University Poll and assistant professor of political science.
SPDC staff use life-sized Chutes and Ladders for design thinking presentation at national conference
Ross Wade and Brooke Buffington presented at the National Association of Colleges and Employers annual conference in New Orleans on June 6.
Enrique Armijo, associate dean for academic affairs and associate professor at Elon Law, writes for The Conversation about the lawsuit brought by the parents of children killed in the Sandy Hook shooting against media personality Alex Jones.
The grant from Penn State's Arthur W. Page Center will assist her study of how fake health news flows and competes with real news on social media.
The presentation highlighted the ethnobotanical work of Bush, adjunct assistant professor of biology and research fellow at the Center for New North Carolinians at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
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.
Joined by Elon alumna Daniela Ceron ’18, the Elon University colleagues co-led a May 30 workshop, examining teaching modules that explore global competence through the use of traditional and digital media in and out of the classroom.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Tom Nelson, associate professor of communications, writes about the impact of Robert Kennedy's funeral on him as a teenager in New York 50 years ago.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Rosemary Haskell, professor of English, writes about her experiences growing up in Britain with the National Health Service, and whether the United States should move to universal health care.
Members of the graduating class of the Elon Business Dual Degree program were recognized in a ceremony in front of faculty, staff and family.
The nonprofit organization presented its Bill Vestal Chairman's Award this week to Tammy Cobb, assistant director for community partnerships in the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement.
Derek Lackaff, associate professor of communications and associate director for the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, will join the Department of Information Science and Media Studies at the University of Bergen for the 2018-19 academic year.
Preeshl was invited to conduct research on the mystery of the paucity of senior women in Shakespeare’s plays in contrast to the abundance of women in the professional theatre of Commedia dell’arte at “Thresholds of Change: Modernity & Transformation in the Mediterranean, 1400-1700” in this year's The National Endowment of Humanities Summer Seminar.
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.
Brooks Depro, assistant professor of economics, was a member of the research team behind a new RTI Press publication, "Environmental Justice Concerns and the Proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline Route in North Carolina."
The NSA grant will bring nine students selected from a national pool to Elon to work with Awtrey and participate in the Elon’s Summer Undergraduate Research Experience.
Members of the Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory and Aging Laboratory traveled to Atlanta for premier scientific meeting in the field.
Faculty from the Mathematics and Statistics Department attended the electronic Conference on Teaching Statistics (eCOTS) and hosted the first eCOTS Regional Dinner at Elon University.
Six Elon staff members were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the university at a May 25 awards program during the annual staff appreciation celebration in Alumni Gymnasium.
Elon University saw seven staff members retire this academic year.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Kristen Mazur named 2018-19 MAA-SE Section Lecturer
Kristen Mazur will serve as the Section Lecturer for the Southeastern Section of the Mathematical Association of America for the 2018-2019 academic year.
Campus offices, dining halls and services often have alternate hours over the Summer. Find out what is open, and when.
'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.'
Futrell will begin serving in the role for the choral group, one of the Triangle's oldest and most distinguished, this summer.
Davis is recognized for his impressive contributions as assistant director of campus technology, as well as his role as solutions architect.
Staff members lead workshops at the Joyner Library Paraprofessional Conference held at Eastern Carolina University on May 11, 2018.
The Mid-Atlantic Athletic Trainers' Association award honors Baker's leadership and service in his profession.
Leo M. Lambert, who concluded his service as Elon's eighth president earlier this year, delivered the Commencement address to the Class of 2018 on May 19, 2018. This post includes the full text and video of Lambert's address.
Assistant Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Kristen Mazur publishes article in the American Mathematical Monthly on her research in the mathematics of voting theory.
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.
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.
This semester’s edition marks the 17th in the history of the Elon Journal, the nation’s first and only undergraduate research journal in communications.
Religious Studies Professor Geoffrey Claussen's new translation appears in a volume published by Brandeis University Press.