Students, faculty and staff gathered in the Numen Lumen Pavilion in support of those affected by the April 25 earthquake in the Himalayan nation.
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Hundreds of Elon students will be involved in activities during CELEBRATE! 2015, a celebration of achievements in academics and creative endeavors that culminates with the university's second annual extravaganza of the arts & sciences.
Though parents of preschoolers focus more of their efforts on teaching children how to read, two Elon University seniors found that you don’t have to be a wizard with numbers to create in young people a love for math and science.
The festival on April 28, 2015, will feature the creative work of students in ART 362/462: Video Art and Animation, alongside submissions selected from a national and international call for artwork.
The 22nd annual event honored students for academic achievement and excellence in the Elon experiences.
The broadcast journalism graduate and White House video director returned to campus on April 23, visiting with classes and students before being honored at the School of Communications’ annual awards ceremony.
The university's top award comes with $15,000 to support and celebrate academic and creative achievements.
Omolayo Ojo, an international studies major and Honors Fellow from Maryland, will spend a year in Europe before pursuing graduate studies in immigration law, migration and development.
The school hosted its annual awards ceremony on April 23 to recognize high achievement from students and faculty in the last year.
An annual awards program held April 23 recognized the academic success and service of those involved with the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
Elon senior Nicole Payne Mota, whose Cuban and Puerto Rican heritage are reflected in her musical passion and scholarly work, led a Yeager Recital Hall concert on April 24 supported by the university's top prize for undergraduate research and creative achievement.
The School of Communications instructor directed and produced an award-winning documentary that highlights the issue of bird poaching in Europe. Following this month’s U.S. theatrical premiere in New York City, the film will be screened in other select cities across the country.
Elon University’s student-run strategic communications agency and the Greensboro-based content marketing firm hosted an April 21 educational session and networking event in the McEwen Communications Building.
Elon Law and Vermont Law School announce JD/Master of Environmental Law & Policy dual-degree program
Elon University School of Law and Vermont Law School will offer a dual-degree program that enables students to earn two graduate degrees in two-and-a-half years, beginning in the fall of 2015.
Renowned educator, scholar and activist Christine Sleeter spent two days on campus in mid April, participating in a variety of activities including class visits and a public talk.
In "Mexico in Verse: A History of Music, Rhyme, and Power", Associate Professor of History Michael Matthews, along with Stephen Neufeld of Cal State Fullerton, use music and poetry to gain access to the worldviews and beliefs of ordinary people often overlooked in the historical narrative.
Elon’s Entrepreneurship Living-Learning Community travelled to Duke University to share ideas and network with Duke entrepreneurship students.
The international honor society for economics welcomed 28 new members at a spring ceremony.
Dozens of people, including close family and friends, gathered Wednesday near Whitley Auditorium to remember Darlene Boggs, a university employee who died last summer.
The long-time Merck & Co. executive and New York University professor will help facilitate the corporate communications emphasis of Elon University’s new M.S. in Management, which begins in fall 2015.
Elon's representatives presented information in April at the University of Georgia about their partnerships with the Loy Farm and Alamance County community agencies.
The alumni are part of the 2,000 graduate applicants selected to receive funding from the National Science Foundation in 2015.
Fifteen board members and guests, including chair Michael Radutzky of “60 Minutes,” were in attendance April 10 to hear about the future of the School of Communications and to share their professional insight with students and faculty.
While attending the four-day Durham festival, students in Elon University’s documentary production program screened films from around the world, attended filmmaker events and panels, and met award-winning documentarians.
Roy Cooper, the attorney general of North Carolina, will deliver Elon University School of Law’s Commencement address on May 23, 2015.
In its fifth year, the Top 10 Under 10 Alumni Awards program highlights and celebrates alumni who have graduated within the past decade and are distinguished in their professions and invested in the future of Elon and its community.
The Lukemia & Lymphoma Society nominated Brendan Westlund '01 for Man of the Year, launching a 10-week fundraising campaign to raise $100,000.
Elon University junior Helen Meskhidze received a scholarship through the national Society of Physics Students.
The North Carolina Association of CPAs is honoring the associate professor for her dedication and commitment to the field of accounting education.
Earth Day celebrates its 45th anniversary in 2015, and several campus activities will offer students, faculty, staff and community members an opportunity to learn how their actions impact the planet - and what they can do to be good stewards of the environment.
Scores of Elon University students took part Friday afternoon in the Hindu festival of Holi, a celebration of color that ushers in the season while marking the triumph of good over evil.
With a focus on Zambia, 32 freshmen will spend the next three years taking classes that culminate in a project of social change as part of a program aimed at developing in students a deep sense of global citizenship.
The associate professor of psychology will bring an accomplished history of teaching and research to her new role in the Elon University Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning.
The student news organization invited students to discuss a variety of health and wellness issues following the release of its special edition.
The campus community took part Thursday in the "Reading of the Names," a daylong program on the front steps of Moseley Center organized by Elon Hillel and the Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life as part of Holocaust Remembrance Week.
The fifth annual gratitude event, held April 14-16, celebrated the impact of philanthropy at Elon by encouraging members of the campus community to write thank-you notes to university donors.
The university has been recognized for the sixth year in a row as one of the most environmentally responsible colleges in the United States and Canada.
Christian Binder ’13, Mariah Czap ’13 and Al Drago ’15 discussed their careers working as freelancers and how they established themselves in the communications field.
The dean of Elon University School of Law offers four steps to reinvent legal education in an April 15 article for the ABA Journal’s “The New Normal” series.
Brad Hinkle ’15, Sergio Ingato ’15 and Jacky Shacknow ’16 co-produced the documentary “North Street,” which will be shown twice this month during the 2015 RiverRun International Film Festival in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
The student-run communications agency is looking for qualified students with business, marketing, web development, art, design or video backgrounds.
An Elon University assistant professor, and a junior sport and event management major, will have prominent roles in the collegiate recreational sports organization, particularly with issues relating to its April 2016 conference held in Kissimmee, Florida.
Six Elon University students participated in the March conference’s student competition, analyzing and presenting a real baseball operations decision: trading a certain Philadelphia Phillies left-hander for maximum return. The students will discuss their Arizona presentation on Wednesday, April 15, at 6:30 p.m. in the Koury Business Center, room 208.
The U.S. Green Building Council recognized Elon University's newest residential neighborhood for its sustainable design and operations.
An April 14 dinner and ceremony featured a keynote address by T. Mills Kelly, a professor of history at George Mason University and a specialist in the scholarship of teaching and learning history.
The forum continued a yearlong series of events and activities at Elon Law that have probed national concerns about police misconduct against minorities and the uneven application of law based on race.
Mary Rouse, a political science major from Charlotte, North Carolina, will study strategic narratives next year at Royal Holloway, University of London, as she works toward a graduate degree in media, power and public affairs.