The associate professor in the Department of Physical Therapy Education was awarded a $27,154 grant from Omron Medical in Japan to study the effects of microtens and acute pain at the elbow, knee or ankle.
faculty & staff - grants & honors
The Acorn Accolade Technology Award of Excellence recognizes one IT employee each month for exemplary work.
Chris Richardson, assistant professor of physics at Elon, and a collaborator at UNC will receive the equivalent of $10,000 in computational resources from a National Science Foundation-funded program.
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning details the projects and recipients of the Spring 2017 Teaching and Learning Grants.
Associate Dean Enrique Armijo’s legal critique of the "ample alternative channels of communication" principle will be featured in the next edition of an annual guide frequently cited by First Amendment scholars and attorneys.
Nita Skillman was honored with the Emerging Leader Award at the Association of Standardized Patient Educators (ASPE) 2017 Annual Conference on Sunday, June 4.
The Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant will fund a collaborative libraries project among the North Carolina Independent Colleges & Universities (NCICU) institutions.
The J.W. Pate Award from the Cape Fear River Assembly was awarded to Janet MacFall, professor of environmental studies and biology, in recognition of her work promoting environmental awarness.
School of Education faculty members Alec French, Marna Winter and Jeff Carpenter were recognized on May 17 for their excellence in teaching, service, and scholarship at the annual school awards banquet.
The funding will assist A.L. Hook Associate Professor Chad Awtrey and Williams High School math teachers Robin French '15 and Dee Sizemore in providing enrichment activities for talented high school students.
Four faculty members and 19 retiring employees were honored May 10 for excellence and service to Elon.
Assistant Professor of Sport and Event Management Shaina Dabbs and her co-authors examined issues relating to work-life balance for sport management scholars and practitioners.
The professor of history is a nationally-known scholar whose work on American Indian cultures and histories has been hailed for its breadth and for its attention to community voices.
For their efforts organizing the SPJ Region 2 conference, Associate Professor Anthony Hatcher and Director of Student Media Colin Donohue were named the organization's Members of the Month.
An annual awards program held April 20 recognized the academic success and service of those involved with the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
The recent Cognitive Aging Summit assembled nearly 300 researchers supported by National Institutes of Health grants who like Amy Overman, associate professor of psychology, are focused on age-related brain and cognitive changes.
Ellucian recognizes Elon University’s partnership to improve the transcript system.
Assistant Professor Jen Dabrowski garnered her travel award from the ACS DOC to present at the 253rd national American Chemical Society conference.
The research focuses on the use of magnetic forces to move polymer composites embedded with magnetic particles and could have practical application in medical diagnostic devices.
Joseph Rich, integration project lead, has been recognized for his dedication to audio visual integration projects and his outstanding work with Elon’s many innovative buildings on campus.
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning announces the recipients of the 2017-18 Diversity and Inclusion Grants.
The assistant professor of sport and event management explored issues and outcomes relating to work-life balance for sport management scholars and practitioners.
This funding supports efforts on the development of next generation X-ray diffraction imaging systems relying on X-ray scattering rather than X-ray attenuation for baggage item identification.
Ketevan Kupatadze was selected as the 2017-19 Center for Engaged Learning Scholar to focus on student-faculty partnerships as high-impact practice.
The associate professor of physical therapy education was appointed during the American Physical Association’s Combined Sessions Meeting in February
This will be a second time University Chaplain Jan Fuller has headed the national group, which includes close to 200 members.
Julia Bleakney and a co-researcher have received a grant to complete a study of mentoring among writing center professionals.
The award honors distinguished professionals in the field of leisure and recreation who are considered to be a positive role model epitomizing the values and desired outcomes of recreation and demonstrates enthusiasm for the profession.
The Martha and Spencer Love School of Business director of undergraduate programs will serve as the advising business majors chair for the non-profit organization.
Read the remarks of Smith Jackson, vice president of student life and dean of students, after being presented with the 2017 Civic Engagement Professional Award from North Carolina Campus Compact on Feb. 8.
MacFall to receive Conservation Communicator Award from the N.C. Soil and Water Conservation Society
Professor Janet MacFall in the Department of Environmental Studies will be recognized with the Conservation Communicator Award from the Hugh Bennett Chapter of the national Soil and Water Conservation Society on Feb. 25.
Elon's vice president for student life and dean of students is being recognized by North Carolina Campus Compact for his efforts to create a vision of service, support the engagement of faculty and students and form innovative campus-community partnerships.
The grant from the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants will help support a health fair for local elementary students.
Grant to support research of how Design Thinking Studio students adapt to writing in different genres
Rebecca Pope-Ruark was awarded the two-year, $10,000 grant by the Conference on College Composition and Communication Research Initiative.
Jessica Wery, assistant professor of education, has served in leadership roles with the international nonprofit during the past four years.
The grant will fund a project focusing on the challenges of women of color in science and math educational settings.
JP Lavoie, recipient of the Acorn Accolade in November is recognized for his commitment to customer care, diligent problem-solving and dedication to the improvement of Elon’s many online applications.
A human service studies course has received national recognition from Learning By Giving Foundation and additional funding for class projects.
Assistant Professor Natalie Taylor Hart has been selected as a finalist in World Stage Design 2017. The WSD2017 Exhibition will take place at the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts at the Taipei National University of the Arts in Taipei from July 1 to July 9, 2017.
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning announces the recipients of Fall Teaching and Learning Grants.
Professor Pranab Das and Georgetown University professor Dan Blair '97 received a $55,000 grant to expand their current collaboration.
A fellowship created by Elon University in 2008 will help support excellence in ongoing research and creative work by Lauren Kearns, Toddie Peters and Laura Roselle.
The award was presented to Assistant Professor Adam Aiken during the Southern Finance Association Annual Meeting.
Peter Jakes '17, Nathan Pool '17, Michelle Rave '17, Kelly Reagan '17 and Jade Schrader '16 gave presentations at the 12th Annual Regional Mathematics and Statistics Conference held at UNC-Greensboro on Nov. 11-12.
India Johnson, assistant professor of psychology, received the grant for her project, “I Got Stigma on My Mind: The Impact of Stigma Consciousness, Role Models and Educational Setting on Women of Color in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.”
Jessalynn Strauss, an assistant professor in the School of Communications, received one of four 2016-17 William R. Eadington Fellowships, which facilitate research into aspects of the gaming industry and the city of Las Vegas.
The award will support "Wildlife Studies: Critical Carnivores," a year-round learning experience that exposes secondary school students to the world of wildlife science through a focus on carnivorous mammals.
Windham will work on turning SOTL research into classroom practice around teaching literacy, resulting in work that will be relevant to multiple languages.
Robin Attas, assistant professor of music, was awarded the 2016 Adam Krims Award by the Popular Music Interest Group of the Society for Music Theory.