During its annual awards ceremony, hosted April 18 in Turner Theatre, the school acknowledged high achievement from students, faculty and staff.
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The assistant professor of accounting presented research investigating the impact of limited attention on financial analyst reputation.
Assistant Professor of Economics Andrew Greenland examined the U.S. internal migration response to increased import competition following the granting of Permanent Normal Trade Relations to China in 2001.
Mould, professor of anthropology, department chair and the J. Earl Danieley Professor, is one of eight Elon faculty members featured this year in "Passionately Curious," the annual Elon University President's Report.
Yokley and a collaborator have secured nearly $360,000 in National Science Foundation funding for multi-institutional "research experiences for undergraduates" in mathematical biology.
Squire, professor of computer science, has collected data about American right-wing groups and white nationalists who use the Russian VK social media platform.
The assistant professor of marketing’s research was recognized at the Association of Collegiate Marketing Educators Federation of Business Disciplines Conference.
The coordinating producer of Elon Sports Vision, formerly Maroon Sports, returned to her native Minnesota to support three of the network’s basketball-centric shows.
The first-authored peer-reviewed empirical article by the assistant professor of psychology describes how infants’ and mothers’ interactive behaviors during free play change as infants progress from sitting to walking.
The grant will support their project titled "Do supervised home exercise programs improve compliance, physical functioning and emotional well-being in persons with Parkinson's disease after physical therapy care?"
Orsi, the Grace Craddock Nagle Chair in Catholic Studies at Northwestern University, spoke at Elon on April 3 about clerical sexual abuse.
The Elon community came together in Chicago on April 10 to celebrate the launch of the Elon LEADS Campaign, the university's historic and ambitious fundraising campaign.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Associate Professor of Communications Amanda Sturgill draws from her research to look at the potential impact from a defamation lawsuit by former Congressman Devin Nunes that seeks to identify anonymous Twitter users. The column was published by The Burlington Times-News.
Passionately Curious: Cindy Fair examines how children with pediatric HIV transition to adolescence and young adulthood
Fair, professor of public health studies and human service studies and Watts/Thompson Professor, is one of eight Elon faculty members featured this year in "Passionately Curious," the annual Elon University President's Report.
Elon University's competitive programming team took first place at the 2019 Triad programming competition.
The untethered tumbling devices are biocompatible and can be directed with magnetic fields to transport a payload or release pharmaceuticals.
CWE Workshop "Writing in the Finance Curriculum: Teaching Students to Write to Clients, Associates, and Professors"
Professors Kate Upton and Adam Aiken will discuss integrating writing into their curriculum. This is especially useful for those who teach in the Business School or who want to learn more about writing across the curriculum.
The lecturers in English write about what they've learned from seven years of teaching the College Writing for High School Juniors course they created.
Research by Elon faculty and students featured at American Educational Research Association annual meeting
Research from two School of Education faculty, and two current undergraduate students was presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting in Toronto.
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The assistant professor of sociology presented research on cross-national patterns in the justification of violence and "crimes of everyday life."
Mussa Idris presents research on micro-enterprises by newcomers at the Society for Applied Anthropology annual conference
The paper by Idris, an assistant professor of anthropology, is part of an ongoing research project that aims to understand the resettlement experiences of refugees from Africa and Asia in North Carolina.
Maureen Vandermaas-Peeler, professor of psychology, was the mentor for both projects.
Professor of Anthropology Tom Mould will serve a three-year term on the executive board of the national society.
Christine Gordon P'16, P'19 and her late husband, Sheldon, established a new endowed professorship of entrepreneurship.
Resa Walch, senior lecturer in wellness, was honored for her 22 years of service to Elon University by the School of Education faculty and staff on April 3, 2019, in the McBride Gathering Space.
Dan Burns, assistant professor of English, co-chaired a panel examining the belated legacy of Zora Neale Hurston’s "Barracoon: The Story of the Last 'Black Cargo'" at this year’s MELUS conference held March 21-24 in Cincinnati. Published to wide acclaim in 2018, Hurston’s long-awaited collection of interviews recounts the story of the final apparent survivor of the Clotilda (1860)—the last known U.S. ship to participate in the transatlantic slave trade.
The Center for Engaged Learning has many resources related to the high-impact practice of Students as Partners.
The posts by the senior lecturer in English explore university labor issues and include advice for how to talk to non-tenure-track faculty and creative ways to think about faculty hiring.
Research from two School of Education faculty and two current undergraduate students was presented at the Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education Annual Conference.
Professor Laura Roselle, Associate Professor Vanessa Bravo and Assistant Professors Baris Kesgin and Aaron Sparks presented at the annual conference that attracted scholars from around the globe.
Inspired by natural iridescence found in butterfly wings and fish scales, the films contain an array of magnetic nanostructures which can be rotated to manipulate the reflection of ambient light.
Mammogram Screening - April 30
Singh publishes a paper in Organization Management Journal, the official journal of the Eastern Academy of Management.
Tadros co-authored research examining how the interaction between environmental performance and economic and legitimacy factors influence firms’ environmental disclosures.
The music and music theatre majors participated in the National Association of Singing Mid-Atlantic regional voice competition and conference held March 21-23 in Towson, Maryland.
Shefali Christopher, assistant professor of physical therapy, gave the keynote address at the Running Medicine 2019 conference held March 15-16 at the University in Virginia in Charlottesville.
History professor Charles Irons used 3D printed artifacts from the Maker Hub to teach students about slavery in 19th century America.
Bullock, dean of the School of Education, talked with WFDD reporter Keri Brown for a segment on how the state is looking at ways to address the shortage.
Religious Studies Professor Geoffrey Claussen's new article appears in the journal Studies in Judaism, Humanities, and the Social Sciences.
Having watched physical education majors struggle with engaging students in a meaningful reflective process while teaching cooperative learning and adventure-based learning, the associate professor of wellness and her co-authors developed the "Sunday afternoon drive" debrief model to provide the framework for a student-centered reflection for upper elementary through university-age students.
A team of sport management and business majors recently competed in the 2019 Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) case competition while also providing analytics support for the Elon Phoenix baseball team.
In partnership with Elon’s campus chapter of Habitat for Humanity, the Interfraternity Council is participating in the second annual Stud-a-Thon, working to complete the 28th house built by our campus chapter.
CRLA certification provides recognition and reinforcement for the successful work of tutors, sets professional standards of skills for tutors and augments the program for administrators and institutions.
The annual event offered academic, clinical and career guidance to 200 students from 13 of North Carolina's Doctor of Physical Therapy and Physical Therapy Assistant programs.
In this piece written for The Conversation, Megan Squire, professor of computer science, offers insight into why it may become harder to fight hate online in the future. The article was published by the Houston Chronicle, the San Francisco Chronicle and other media outlets around the country.
Catherine Bush is co-author of publication on ancient hybridization in the Wintergreen Group of plants
Catherine M. Bush, assistant professor of biology at Elon, and colleagues published an analysis of low-copy nuclear genes in the current issue of the Nordic Journal of Botany.