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  1. Faculty Development Hot Topics Panel: #MeToo and You - Jan. 31

    Elon Law Professor Catherine Dunham and Associate Professor David S. Levine will discuss the #MeToo movement and how law schools and lawyers might address growing awareness as a profession. This event was rescheduled from earlier in January due to winter weather.

  2. Dabrowski research group presents at SERMACS

    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.

  3. Celebrating 2017 in photos

    The annual photo gallery from the Office of University Communications provides a visual time capsule of a historic year at Elon University.

  4. Elon Law educator named Jennings Professor and Emerging Scholar

    David S. Levine joined the Elon University School of Law faculty in 2009 and quickly forged an international reputation for his legal research into the areas of lawmaking, trade secrecy, and the ways in which corporations and governments use the law to control access to intellectual property.

  5. Mark Enfield and Teaching Fellow alum Sara Rosenthal '16 collaborate on book about science education

    Enfield, associate professor of education worked with Rosenthal to write “Taking science home: Reflexivity on becoming a teacher insider in an afterschool science program,” a book about their efforts to bring science learning to local children in an informal after-school program. The book narrates their efforts to become insiders in the social and cultural context, their learning as teachers, and the ways that science learning mediated between the children, teachers, context and content through the after-school program.

  6. A 'passport' to legal writing best practices

    Elon Law, in coordination with the Legal Writing Institute, hosted a One-Day Workshop in December for regional law professors and practitioners who visited downtown Greensboro for a program that was part of a nationwide series.