"Challenging Audiences to Listen: The Performance of Self-Disclosure in Community Writing Projects” by Assistant Professor of English Heather Lindenman and Justin Lohr of the University of Maryland was published in the Fall 2018 issue of the Community Literacy Journal.
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Hamel is a co-investigator on grant from National Geographic, Microsoft’s Artificial Intelligence for Earth Innovation Grant program
Assistant Professor of Biology Jen Hamel is a co-investigator on a project titled "The new buzz: AI-powered acoustic monitoring of insect communities to advance conservation of tropical rainforests." The funding program awarded grants to fewer than 15 novel projects in 2019 to improve the way we monitor, model and ultimately manage Earth’s natural systems for a more sustainable future.
English with teacher licensure major Courtney Kobos presented her research alongside her mentor, Assistant Professor Jennifer Eidum, at the National Council of Teachers of English convention in Houston, Texas. They presented Leadership Prize research at a poster session entitled “Looking Beyond the Classroom: Responding to Educator Needs in Linguistically Diverse Schools.” Kobos also discussed her research on “21st-Century Teaching Ideas with the Next Generation of English Teachers” at The Future Is Now session.
Cassie is recognized for her impressive contributions as a systems administrator and dedicated member of Elon’s Information Technology team.
"HIV Physicians and Chronic Opioid Therapy: It's Time to Raise the Bar" was published in AIDS & Behavior, a top HIV journal highlighting qualitative research on HIV care.
Assistant Professor of Anthropology Jennifer J. Carroll's article appears in the journal Medical Anthropology.
To help you enjoy the holiday season, Elon has prepared a variety of digital goodies so you can enjoy Elon throughout the season, both near and far.
The ranking comes from Poets & Quants, a business education news outlet that released its survey results on Dec. 13.
Feel good this holiday season by supporting Elon and you will receive a special thank you. Everyone who makes a gift from June 1 to Dec. 31 will receive a commemorative 2019 Elon calendar.
A partnership between Elon University’s It Takes a Village Project and the Harvest Table Culinary Group has included an innovative approach that incorporates cooking into helping students understand mathematical concepts.
The assistant professor of religious studies will use the support from the National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship to support her work on a book manuscript.
The dean of the School of Education joined three deans from public North Carolina universities on Dec. 4, 2018, to discuss teacher recruitment, preparation and induction in North Carolina as part of an invited panel for the Governor's education commission meeting.
Takudzwa "Titch" Madzima, assistant professor of exercise science, has co-authored an article published in the European Journal of Cancer Care investigating 12- to 15-month body composition and bone mineral density in breast cancer survivors compared to age-matched women without a prior cancer diagnosis.
The professor of music had an article published in the January 2018 issue of the journal.
The former assistant professor at Louisiana State University and North Carolina attorney will begin in February.
Gay joins fellow service design practioners to offer insights into service design best practices at EDUCAUSE's annual conference.
Andrew Nash visited Elon as part of the Oct. 30 ‘Lessons from Leaders’ speaker series event.
Elon is one of five institutions competing in the contest’s Outstanding Education Program category.
Elon University—both main campus and the law school—will operate on a delayed schedule for Wednesday, Dec. 12, opening at 10 a.m. The revised final exam schedule released Monday remains unchanged.
The assistant professor of English received a $1,000 grant from the national association
The assistant professor of economics was a visiting professor at the Elon Business Dual Degree partner school it Italy during fall 2018.
Professor of Dance Lauren Kearns and dance students presented at Dance Medicine Conference held in Winston-Salem, N.C.
Phillip Motley, associate professor of communications, was selected as the 2019-21 CEL Scholar to support his exploration of immersive learning as a high-impact practice.
"Successful Service-Learning for Statistics Students Studying Survey Sampling” was published by Associate Professor of Statistics Kirsten Doehler in the November 2018 issue of the Statistics Education Research Journal.
Stylus Publishing Company has just released Anthony Weston’s latest book, "Teaching as the Art of Staging: A Scenario-Based College Pedagogy in Action," illustrated by some of Weston's classic courses at Elon.
Campus Recreation & Wellness to adjust hours of operation from December 7 through January 2
The School of Communications dean was one of “six inspiring leaders of communications” honored at a Dec. 3 ceremony at the Grand Hyatt New York.
“Cases in Public Relations: Translating ethics into action” is an edited collection recently released by Oxford University Press.
Claussen’s article is included in Virtue Ethics, edited by Tom Angier (Routledge, 2018).
Public health students, alumni, & professors present at the American Public Health Association conference
Elon students Stephanie Ntim '19, Taylor Jones '19, Samantha Perry '18 and Sarah Holdren '18 presented research at the American Public Health Association Conference held Nov. 10-13 in San Diego.
Student research poster presentations showcased the Department of Physical Therapy-Athletics Department collaboration by sharing findings on Wednesday November 28th, highlighting points that will help coaches, athletic trainers, and strength and conditioning coaches prevent injuries and improve performance.
President Emeritus Leo M. Lambert recalls what he learned from the 41st U.S. president during Bush's 2001 visit to Elon.
The Lecturer in Management and faculty advisor for Elon’s chapter named the Chapter Advisor of the Year for the Mid-Atlantic Region.
The assistant professor in the Department of Sport Management was the featured speaker of the Women’s, Gender and Sexualities Studies Program Fall Faculty Research Spotlight held on Nov. 26.
The assistant professor of entrepreneurship co-authored a case examining a nonprofit leader’s journey to increase his organization’s earned-revenue streams through effectuation.
Bryan Hedrick presents at NCAAHPERD-SM annual state convention.
Madzima, Nepocatych and alumni publish article on the effects of consuming protein before sleep in active women
Assistant Professor of Exercise Science Takudzwa “Titch” Madzima and Associate Professor of Exercise Science Svetlana Nepocatych have published a new study in the journal Nutrients with Jared Melanson ’17 and Jonas Black ’17 showing that 48 grams of casein protein consumed prior to sleep likely has favorable metabolic effects in active women.
Squadron, a visiting professor of sport management, offers his thoughts on what an expansion of sports betting could mean for tax revenues.
The segment created for nearly four dozen TEGNA television stations aired in multiple markets around the country.
The two columns by the associate professor of communications offers insights into Montana history tied to the end of World War I.
April Post, Pablo Celis-Castillo and Kristin Lange from the Department of World Languages and Cultures presented their research at the annual convention and expo of the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.
Baris Kesgin, assistant professor of political science and associate coordinator for the International and Global Studies Program, recently presented his ongoing research projects at the International Studies Association (ISA)-Midwest annual convention in St. Louis.
A. L. Hook Emerging Professor in Science and Mathematics Jen Dabrowski was invited to present at the 70th annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society.
Students presented their research at the annual Southeast Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (SERMACS) in Augusta, Georgia.
Assistant Professor Prachi Gala spoke with the personal finance website about shopping Black Friday sales.
Hill, a professor at Brandeis University and head of the Hollywood Commission on Sexual Harassment and Advancing Equality in the Workplace, will deliver the Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Address on Jan. 10.
One hundred seventeen Certified Public Accountants (CPAs) attended the Nov. 9 event.
Carri Tolmie presents research, elected to executive board for Academy of International Business - Southeast conference
The assistant professor of international business presented a paper on corporate social responsibility typology at the conference for scholars and specialists in the field of international business.
Several Elon Center for Engaged Learning representatives presented at the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (ISSOTL) 2018 conference, including scholars from multiple CEL research seminars.