Pamela Winfield of the Department of Religious Studies presented two conference papers at the annual American Academy of Religion (AAR) conference in Baltimore, Md., on Nov. 25 & 26, 2013.
faculty & staff - presentations / creative
The two-piano, eight-hand recital was part of Eastman's Faculty Artists Series.
Elon Religious Studies faculty attended and participated in the 2013 Annual Meetings of the American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature, and International Qur'anic Studies Association held Nov 22-26 in Baltimore, MD.
The Elon associate professor of art and environmental studies collaborated with poet and landscape theorist Jolie B. Kaytes for the project, Gathering Dust: Sediment/Sentiment, which will be on view at Virginia's well-known Torpedo Factory Art Center in Alexandria through Dec. 1.
Paper explains the ways in which Ethiopian and Eritrean migrants establish successful businesses in Washington D.C.
The team partnered with Abilene Christian University to discuss and review the current challenges and positive aspects of virtualizing computers across campus.
Elon Alumnus Brett Evans '13 teams up with Registrar Rodney Parks to present research on recruiting and retaining vegetarian and vegan students.
Patricia Perkins and Catherine Wasson present on the correlation between writing skills and law school success
Elon Law Professors Patricia C. Perkins and Catherine J. Wasson presented results of their preliminary research on the relationship between writing skills and law school success at the North and South Carolina Legal Writing and Research Colloquium, held at the University of South Carolina.
Junior Ashley Edwards presented the research with university Registrar Rodney Parks during an October conference.
Elon Law Professor Tom Molony presented at a Nov. 7-8 symposium of Washington and Lee University School of Law.
Assistant Dean of Global Study and Director of Study Abroad Kevin Morrison's session on supporting LGBTQ students in study abroad presented at the NAFSA regional conference has been nominated as one of the best sessions at the conference.
The conference is a major forum for presentations and discussions of issues in the art world and draws presenters from all over the country.
Katie Nash, archivist and special collections librarian, and Patrick Rudd, coordinator of access services and instruction, recently presented together at the Tri State Archivists Conference in Greenville, S.C.
The Communications associate professor discussed rubrics for providing feedback to students.
Victoria Fischer Faw, a professor in the Department of Music at Elon, presented a lecture recital at the annual North Carolina Music Teachers Association conference Oct. 25, 2013 at Mars Hill University.
Elon Law Professor David S. Levine recently presented at a conference on transparency in Paris and a conference on drones at NYU School of Law. He also continued his advocacy for transparency in fracking, wrote about NSA spying and net neutrality, and published insights about effective teaching and mentoring in legal education.
Joint program with violist Kirsten Swanson leads to multiple recitals.
The symposium brought together Jewish Studies scholars who study questions involving wealth and poverty.
Randall Bowman, Teresa LePors, and Shannon Tennant gave a presentation on Oct. 17 at the 60th North Carolina Library Association Biennial Conference in Winston-Salem.
Chad Awtrey, assistant professor of mathematics, centered his presentation on the newest results of his research program.
On Oct. 10, Clay Stevenson, Lecturer of Music, presented a webinar on incorporating technology in music ensembles for the National Association for Music Education.
Jon Metzger completes a residency at the University of Central Arkansas.
Doug Kass's film is based on a New Yorker piece that describes the issue of bird poaching in Europe.
Lee Bush, associate professor in the School of Communications, presented her paper “Creating Our Own Lineup: Identities and Shared Cultural Norms of Surfing Women in a U.S. East Coast Community,” at the Fall 2013 Conference of the International Organization of Social Sciences and Behavioral Research.
Elaine Durr, director of sustainability, and Jessica Bilecki, education and outreach coordinator in the Office of Sustainability, presented at North America’s largest higher education sustainability conference held in Nashville, Tenn. in early October.
Judy Esposito, Human Service Studies, and Resa Walch, Health and Human Performance, present at the International Society of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference.
Victoria Fischer Faw, professor in the department of music, presented a lecture recital as Distinguished Lecturer in Piano Performance and Pedagogy at Bob Jones University in Greenville, S.C. on Saturday, September 21, 2013.
Srikant Vallabhajosula, assistant professor of physical therapy, presented at the annual meeting of the American Society of Biomechanics in September 2013.
Associate Professor of Psychology Chris Leupold served as the keynote speaker for the Triangle Catholic Schools’ Professional Development Day on Sept. 23.
In recent weeks, Elon Law professor David S. Levine continued his work on the impacts of secrecy in hydraulic fracturing operations and ramifications of NSA spying, including a Sept. 20 article in Slate.
Awtrey's talk focused on recent research results he obtained in collaboration with Elon mathematics majors Nicole Miles '15, Christopher Shill '14 and Erin Strosnider '14.
The assistant professor of religious studies presented a paper titled "New Rituals for New Audiences: Sweetening the Goddess in Urban South India" and served as a delegate from the American Academy of Religion to the International Association for the History of Religion's Special Conference in Liverpool.
Steven Bednar, assistant professor of economics, recently presented "Cognitive Ability and Voting: How Salt Influenced Elections in the 20th Century".
Professor of English Rosemary Haskell presented a paper co-authored with Professor of Sociology Thomas Arcaro at the annual meeting of the Global Studies Association conference held at Palos Verdes, Calif., June 7-9.
The following article in the national publication Playbill summarizes the important symposium which included Elon's own Catherine McNeela, Head/Founder of Music Theatre, and the William S. Long Professor.
In June 2013, Jeffrey Coker, Thomas Nelson and Rosemary Haskell gave a panel presentation, "Teaching Global Studies to All Undergraduates: A Required First-Year Course."
Greg Shemkovitz presents teaching strategies at the Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy
The assistant professor of English recently presented on new methods for teaching first-year writing and research at the 10th annual Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy.
Shimron invited to join the resident faculty at the inaugural Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival, July 21 to August 4.
Assistant Professor Haya Ajjan recently presented research on students’ intentions towards entrepreneurship at the 73rd annual meeting of the Academy of Management in Orlando, Fla.
Haya Ajjan, assistant professor of management information systems in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business, was recently a guest professor during International Week at ESAN University in Lima, Peru.
The associate professor of English in the Professional Writing & Rhetoric concentration attended professional training and a conference this summer as part of a research agenda studying Agile project management.
Seventeen faculty members served on panels, presented research and received honors for their academic work.
The associate professor and coordinator of the Music Production & Recording Arts program completes commissioned musical work for the Ciompi Quartet and organist Tim Olsen.
Elon's director of choral activities is also working closely with the choral program at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Lynn R. Huber participated in the Colloquium on Material Culture and Ancient Religion's travel seminar on "Navigating the Boundaries of Roman Macedonia."
The Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences program offers students stipends to spend eight weeks on campus collaborating with faculty on a variety of projects.