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  1. Four awarded Elon Medallions, the university's highest honor

    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. 

  2. Elon Law scholar co-authors groundbreaking study on startups & trade secrecy

    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.

  3. Loy Farm Tour

    Celebrate Campus Sustainability Week with a Loy Farm Tour on Monday, Oct. 22 at 4 p.m.

  4. Elon Day Sale at Barnes & Noble!

    IN STORE ONLY:  Receive an additional 50 percent off the sticker price on all Elon clearance items on Aug. 10. Cannot be combined with any other offer or discount.

    While you're in make sure to check out our selection of tradebooks priced as marked - 75% off the cover price!

  5. In My Words: The immigrant experience, 40 years on

    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.

  6. Brian Lyons receives Emerald Literati Award

    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.

  7. Bullock named a member of Deans for Impact

    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. 

  8. In My Words: Roe v. Wade's Unlikely Champion

    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.

  9. The Conversation: How free should speech on campus be?

    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. 

  10. Doehler presents at international statistics conference

    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.