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.
faculty & staff - presentations / creative
The professor of English and education has two poems in the Main Street Rag anthology Crossing Lines.
The associate professor of political science and policy studies took part in March 2015 in the Mellon Globalization Forum at Sewanee: the University of the South.
The February program brought together scholars from Europe and the United States to discuss the state of LGBT rights in both regions.
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.
Geoffrey Claussen, Lori and Eric Sklut Emerging Scholar in Jewish Studies and Assistant Professor in the Department of Religious Studies, presented a paper at Wake Forest University's April 2015 International Conference on Religion, Violence and Peace.
Cherrel Miller Dyce, assistant professor of education and faculty fellow for the Center for Race, Ethnicity, & Diversity Education, presented a program model for mentoring black males at The Association for Social and Behavioral Scientist, Inc. 80th Annual Conference in Fayetteville, N.C., March 18-22, 2015.
Communication adjunct presents doctoral research at New York University.
Public talks peek behind the scenes of the deeply moving musical "Next to Normal" and explore its representation of a family coping with mental illness
The assistant professor of sport and event management led three separate presentations relating to her work with a new Wiley book series, titled “New Directions for Student Leadership."
In his 2015 Distinguished Scholar Lecture, DeLoach discussed the role of financial services in alleviating extreme poverty.
The assistant professor of anthropology analyzed the official narratives told about the city of Asmara between 1890 and today.
His paper was about the methodological challenges and the lessons learned from conducting ethnography among migrants in Washington, D.C.
Mina Garcia, an associate professor of Spanish, presented a paper in March at the Association of Hispanic Classical Theater Conference.
Associate Professor Amy Overman, Assistant Professor Alan Scott and current Elon students Luisa Cesar '15 and Abigail Steinsiek '15 presented their research at the annual North Carolina Cognition Group conference.
The director of Elon's Center for the Study of Religion, Culture, and Society discusses religion as livelihood in a developing region of the Indian Himalayas
Elon Lumen Scholar Helen Meskhidze '16 and Associate Professor Anthony Crider each presented at a regional meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers at Wake Forest University from March 27-28.
Paula Patch, lecturer in English, discussed the role of composition and rhetoric faculty who work off the tenure track
Sophie Adamson, associate professor of French and chair of the Department of World Languages and Cultures, spoke at the spring meeting of the American Association of Teachers of French.
Furthering her research on civic engagement in development interventions financed by international humanitarian and financial institutions, the assistant professor of human service studies presented at the World Bank Land Conference during spring break.
The assistant professor of education presented on the Edcamp model of professional learning and digital backchanneling at the Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development Annual Conference in Houston, Texas, from March 21-23.
A total of six math majors and faculty presented at the annual conference of the Southeastern Section of the Mathematical Association of America in Wilmington, N.C., on March 13-14, 2015.
The assistant professor of sport and event management analyzed risks facing baseball teams during severe weather at the Charlotte conference.
Jenna Gilder, senior early childhood minor and psychology major, presented a poster at the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA) conference in Hilton Head, SC on March 19, 2015, along with Heidi Hollingsworth, Assistant Professor of Education and Program Coordinator for Early Childhood Education.
The professor of mathematics presented at the 2015 International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics.
Jean Rattigan-Rohr, associate professor and director of the Center of Access and Success, Ye He, an associate professor from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, and Michele Meredith, from the East Queen Street Baptist Evening Institute, presented research at the Mixed Methods Research Caribbean Conference at the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica March 13.
The senior lecturer in business law presented her case study on human resource management dilemmas in a professional office setting.
Members of the Global Neighborhood Association presented to a group of international educators at the NCAIE State Conference on March 13.
The communications professor and strategic communications major shared their joint research paper, “Tweeps as sources: A comparison of legacy and new news outlets,” at a March 6-7 conference held at the University of Oklahoma.
Chris Richardson, assistant professor of physics, and Maria Temming ’16, Elon Honors Fellow, each described their research during the annual Triad Starfest, a meeting of professional and amateur astronomers at Guilford Technical Community College.
The professor in the Department of Physical Therapy Education presented on a retrospective study involving the use of Nitroglycerin patches.
Honors Fellow, Chelsea McQueen '15 and Buffie Longmire-Avital, an assistant professor of psycholgy presented their research at the Annual Conference for the Association for Women in Psychology (AWP) in San Francisco, CA March 5 - 8.
Associate Professor of Physics Tony Crider and Elon political science major Declan Cleary ’15 led a one-day "Reacting to the Past" campus workshop held March 7 at Elizabeth City State University.
The assistant professor of education presented on digital backchanneling at the North Carolina Technology in Education Society Annual Conference in Raleigh, N.C., on March 6.
The School of Communications professor addressed long-standing traits and skills essential in the advertising industry. The visit was part of the University of South Carolina’s Advertising Speaker Series.
The associate professor of education and two inquiry mentee Teaching Fellows shared their research at the council's 2015 conference in Pinehurst, N.C.
A new series of videos features leading scholars addressing the place of the arts and humanities within the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.
Jeffrey Carpenter & Scott Morrison present at American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education Conference
The assistant professors of education were involved in four different presentations at the AACTE Annual Meeting in Atlanta from Feb. 27-March 1, 2015.
The assistant professor of marketing presented research on how online conversations as electronic word-of-mouth information via social media networks affects business outcomes.
The librarians presented their collaborations with campus and community partners in service learning and civic engagement at the 2015 Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement Conference.
Undergraduate researchers from Physics, Engineering, and Chemistry present at an international biophysics conference
Matt Bausch ’16, Aaron Neaves ’16, and David Han ’17 presented at the 59 Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society in Baltimore, Maryland, February 8-11.
Elon University was represented at the 2015 MTEA Conference held at NYU Steinhardt from Jan. 9-11, 2015.
Coordinator of Instruction and Outreach Librarian Patrick Rudd led library service work at Ekukhanyisweni Primary School during the Winter Term study abroad class to South Africa.
Carmen Monico delivers workshop on illegal adoption & child abduction to Guatemalan Council on Adoption
The assistant professor of human service studies had studied the topic as part of her doctoral dissertation and it remains one of her areas of scholarship.
Elon Law Professor Michael Rich explored the implications of new technology in the identification of likely criminals at the 2015 Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting.