T. William "Bill" Morningstar Jr., who served under three Elon presidents as a coach across multiple sports, was honored at the 11th annual Night of the Phoenix.
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The residential neighborhood now under construction on the former East Gym site will include three new buildings housing 309 students once it is complete in August 2018.
This new program at Elon is part of an effort to build upon the university's sustainable campus initiatives and further reduce energy consumption.
The billions of bacteria that populate our intestines influence a wide range of processes in our bodies—including our behavior and brain development.
Kyle Altmann, associate professor of physics, shares how he uses the Maker Hub to teach his students the importance of making in and out of the classroom.
The High Point, N.C. FOX affiliate produced an extended segment on the program, launched in 2017, for its Buckley Report.
Barnett, associate provost for academic and inclusive excellence at Elon, was one of eight new directors named to the national organization’s board.
The 2018 Communications Internship Showcase & ePortfolio Review drew 35 organizations to the School of Communications to meet with students seeking internships, employment opportunities and career advice.
The Elon Jazz Festival featuring the Elon University Jazz Ensemble under the direction of Rusty Smith, adjunct instructor in music, will be joined by saxophonist Doug Henry to kick off this year's festival concert which will feature the Marcus Roberts Trio on Saturday night, Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m. in the McCrary Theater.
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program offers research, study, and teaching opportunities to recent graduates in more than 140 countries, with approximately 1,900 grants awarded annually in all fields of study.
The Nonprofit Leadership Community of Professional Practice becomes the third advising track within Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences.
Business Fellows spent two weeks in the United Arab Emirates examining the business practices and cultural differences that differ in international business.
Several student groups have organized programs from Feb. 19-24 to showcase the impact and importance of diversity in the legal profession.
The dance performance and dance science double major loves instilling a love for dance in young students.
WFMY News 2 turned to Jason Husser, assistant professor of political science and director of the Elon Poll, for his thoughts on how voters feel about members of the opposing political party.
The 2018 Leadership Prize recipient is using the award to research the mental health of immigrant students coping with uncertainty of the future.
The book, "Ritual Innovation: Strategic Interventions in South Asian Religion," features 13 chapters written by renowned scholars of religion in South Asia.
Sarah Whiteside '13, now pursuing a doctorate at the University of Utah Health, is researching why some Lyme disease symptoms persist even after antibiotic treatment.
School of Communications students earned a total of five awards in the Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts.
To be eligible, student-athletes must earn at least a 3.0 grade point average.
The three winners from local middle schools were celebrated at a lunch event at Elon on Friday, Feb. 9.
The School of Communications faculty members published “The Student-Run Agency: Transitioning from Student to Professional” to serve as a guide for students to navigate their way through the student agency experience.
As a pilot outreach program, the School of Education is offering the full 12-credit AIG licensure to a group of 20 teachers in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School district.
Tom Tiemann, the founding dean of the Love School of Business and former Jefferson-Pilot Professor of Economics, offered his insights for the article exploring the commutes of Alamance County workers.
The annual waste-reduction competition runs through March 2, with participants earning rewards for adopting habits that reduce landfill waste.
Elon Law scholars Catherine Dunham and David Levine believe it will take the courage of young people to speak out against demeaning comments by their peers and colleagues to fully attack sexual harrassment in the workplace.
During their Winter Term “fly-in” experience, seven graduate students in the Interactive Media master’s program traveled to Western Europe, filming a short documentary and gathering multimedia content to promote a community space dedicated to minority languages.
Naeemah Clark, associate professor of communications, offered her insights for an article that looked at the automotive company's decision to use civil rights leader the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in a Super Bowl commercial.
Peer-reviewed scientific study by Overman and co-authors shows that age differences in memory can depend on the way that visual information is presented.
Tom Arcaro, professor of sociology, writes in this column for the Elon University Writers Syndicate about the economic consequences of ending temporary protection status for hundreds of thousands of immigrants.
A lineup of events in February will honor African-American contributions to the campus and the world as Elon University celebrates Black History Month.
Assistant Professor of Political Science and Policy Studies Damion Blake writes for The Conversation about the source of money that's funding increased violence in his home country.
Elon University Lumen Scholar Anya Fredsell ’18 is drawing connections between yoga communities in Greensboro, Atlanta and South India.
The new program will enable students to complete their engineering education on the Elon campus and choose from a variety of academic concentrations.
The comedian will headline the Student Union Board's spring comedy event on Wednesday, April 11.
Tony Crider, associate professor of physics, has been involved with the Reacting to the Past initiative, which uses role-playing games as instructional tools in the classroom, for more than a decade.
The president and co-founder of Sap! Beverages appeared on the popular national television program on Jan. 28.
The fourth annual Elon Business Analytics Conference will focus on the latest data analytics trends and how organizations can use analytics to optimize opportunities from manufacturing to marketing.
A group of students participating in the Winter Term program The Call of South Africa write about the effort to offset the environmental impact of international travel by planting trees at the University of Cape Town.
Following their selection, cinema and television arts majors Patrick Wei ’20, Hunter Strauch ’18 and Katie Shannon ’18 received $15,000 to produce a 35-second film for the student competition.
Shan Roy, a first-year Elon student from Mooresville, N.C., recently talked with the Mooresville Tribune about his projects.
The dining facility, now being renovated and expanded, will reopen in fall 2018 and part of more locally owned options coming to the community.
During their Jan. 23 presentations in Turner Theatre, graduate students in the Interactive Media master's program shared their Winter Term “fly-in” projects and their experiences traveling to Costa Rica, Haiti, Nicaragua and the Netherlands.
After graduation in May, Hannah Winchell will begin a physician assistant studies program at Chatham University, and attributes her success to the advice offered by professionals who work in the Student Professional Development Center.
The NC Emerge 1G Summit was hosted and led by Elon's Examining Disparities in Educational Access Living Learning Community and drew attendees from students around the state.
The generous gift from Elon trustee, alumnus and parent Jack R. Lindley Sr. ’56 P’83 and his wife, Dorothy C. Lindley P’83, of Burlington, North Carolina, will provide valuable funding to help secure the university’s future.
With input from senior class officers, President-elect Connie Ledoux Book has selected Elon’s eighth president to address the Class of 2018 at the 128th undergraduate Commencement exercises on May 19.
Eighteen students traveled to South Africa for nearly two weeks of experiential learning in a course that compared the prison system in the United States with the one there.
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Pamela Winfield writes for The Conversation about how Buddhism moved to the West.
A group of students participating in the Winter Term program The Call of South Africa tell the story of Original T-Bag Designs, an effort to use recycled materials to create art and boost employment in the country.