Students competed at the 2015 Beta Alpha Psi southeast regional meeting, presenting on financial literacy, effective chapter operations and international impact.
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Constantine joins the staff of his alma mater after managing social media for downtown Raleigh businesses with the digital marketing firm Live Work Play.
The freelancer will host a presentation titled “Interim Lives,” discussing her work abroad that focuses on topics relating to refugees, religion, China and the Middle East. The event will be held in the McEwen Communications Building, room 011.
Assistant Professor Amy L. Allocco, the university's distinguished emerging scholar in religious studies, will conduct ethnographic fieldwork to achieve a better understanding of Hindu practices in modern day India.
The associate professor of education and two inquiry mentee Teaching Fellows shared their research at the council's 2015 conference in Pinehurst, N.C.
School of Communications seniors Marisa Moody and Erin Turner traveled to the Big Apple in February to participate in the American Advertising Federation’s Most Promising Multicultural Students Program, the advertising industry’s premier multicultural recruiting initiative.
Associate Professor Prudence Layne worked with Peter F. Lake of Sheffield Hallam University on "Global Innovation of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education: Transgressing Boundaries."
Professor Anne Bolin in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology is co-editor of the new three-volume International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality "with over 500 entries that define sexuality from a broad biocultural perspective and show the diversity of human sexual behavior."
Eight students were also recognized regionally by the Society of Professional Journalists.
Several Elon University graduates earned top honors in the North Carolina Press Association’s 2014 News, Editorial and Photojournalism Contest. The alumni winners, led by Kristin Zachary ’09 and Scott Muthersbaugh ’06, were celebrated at the association’s annual Winter Institute Feb. 26.
Elon University students and faculty raised money this year to purchase a desktop system to help an African family adjust to life in the United States.
The day will include a Global College Coffee and opportunities for the Elon community to show they believe in the university by making a gift.
The Elon University Board of Trustees has elected longtime board member Zachary (Zac) Walker III to serve as a life trustee.
Students in the Winter Term course sold pinewood derby racecar sponsorships to raise money for charity.
The Executive Intern Program provides 4-8 juniors or seniors the opportunity to work with mentors from the university Senior Staff, develop leadership skills, learn about higher education administration and senior organization management, and work on projects developed together with Senior Staff members. Applications for the 2015-2016 school year are now available and will be due March 20, 2015.
A weekend symposium offered alumni an opportunity to reconnect with their alma mater while sharing their current work as Elon University marked the 10th anniversary of its art history program.
Elon senior Ashley Edwards has attended several regional and national conferences in recent months to present her work on student veterans, students with traumatic brain injuries, the Elon Experiences transcript and more.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend the Elon University Wellness Fair! Don't miss it!
The Office of University Communications was honored in several categories in the 2014-15 CASE District III contest.
The Elon Noyce Scholars Program is accepting scholarship applications from current sophomores who are interested in becoming K-12 science or math teachers, and current first years who are interested in STEM fields.
Kathryn Osborn '14, a history with teacher licensure major, was selected Teacher of the Month for February at Southern High School in Durham, N.C.
The fourth annual Triad Intercollegiate Conference was held Feb. 21 on Elon’s campus with participating teacher education students from Elon, UNC-Greensboro, N.C. A&T and NC Central.
The associate professor of history is the inaugural recipient of an honor that supports a faculty member in the Department of History whose professional accomplishments are in keeping with Elon University’s teacher-scholar model.
Elon University's greenhouse gas emissions, per student & per square foot of building space, remain lower today than when emissions were first measured during the 2008 fiscal year.
Elon University trustees have granted tenure and approved promotions for several faculty members. The action came at the board's spring meeting, which was held on campus Feb. 27-28.
Leaders of a student organization that fights hunger in Alamance County invited Elon President Leo M. Lambert and his wife, Laurie, to prepare meals with them this month as they celebrated a $5,000 grant to expand their impact across the region.
The student media organizations were both recognized as NCCMA Best of Show winners.
After a series of injuries put his active military career on hold, U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Jamie Sclater '02 has found strength—and healing—in the pool.
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.
During his campus visit in January, Ken Haines, a 34-year veteran with Raycom Sports, provided Elon University students with an inside look into the ever-changing landscape of sports broadcasting.
A Feb. 19, 2015, guest lecture by Professor Michel Bondurand of the NC Consortium Paris program spoke about the way Muslims in France practice their faith.
CELEBRATE!, Elon’s annual, weeklong celebration of student achievements in academics and the arts will be held April 27 - May 2, 2015.
Elon University’s student-run strategic communications agency was named a top award winner at the Triangle Advertising Federation’s 2015 American Advertising Awards Gala. The event was held Feb. 20 in downtown Raleigh.
Elon President Leo M. Lambert bestowed the Elon University Medal for Entrepreneurial Leadership this week on an internationally acclaimed artist who directs proceeds from his business ventures to marine wildlife conservation efforts and oceanic research projects.
The first Elon University Poll of the spring semester finds support in the Tar Heel State for two familiar names as several national politicians begin to express interest in succeeding President Barack Obama.
Eight students went to Princeton and 12 went to the University of Florida for conferences over the weekend of Feb. 21-22, 2015.
Gabrielle Jasper ’17 examines the issue of body image and Sports Illustrated’s inclusion of a ‘plus-sized’ model in its latest swimsuit edition.
Students and faculty from Elon University's School of Communications placed in several awards categories in the 2015 Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts. They will be recognized at the organization's annual conference April 12-15 in Las Vegas.
Elon University’s top prize for undergraduate research and creative achievement assisted senior Omolayo Ojo in her efforts to share why people from Senegal move to the United States, and what effect those moves have on families left behind.
Twisted Measure and alumnus Kyle Whitaker '14 have been nominated for a Contemporary A Cappella Recording Award by the Contemporary A Cappella Society.
The Elon freshman moves on to the next round of competition on the hit prime time series that showcases outstanding vocalists. Season eight of "The Voice" began Feb. 23.
A self-described “salesman for Elon,” the accounting major enjoys showing off the campus he loves to visitors in his role as an admissions tour guide.
Rising juniors and seniors of all majors are invited to apply to be a Doherty Scholar for the 2015-16 academic year.
Tickets are now available at the Center for the Arts Box Office for a Tuesday evening performance of "Rhapsody in Bluegrass."
A team that includes Associate Professor Janet MacFall and Assistant Professor Ryan Kirk will use a $25,000 grant from the state Department of Commerce to help grow retail opportunities for farmers in two North Carolina counties.
Twelve accounting and finance students were initiated into the Lambda Xi chapter of Beta Alpha Psi honor society.
Senior Kathryn Jeffords’ short film, ‘Gate City Roller Girls,’ has been selected to be a part of the Durham festival, scheduled for Sunday, March 8.