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  1. Elon faculty contribute to Teagle-funded grant for improving teaching in the humanities

    As part of the “Collaborative Humanities Redesign Project” (CHRP), a three-year interdisciplinary, cross-campus initiative funded by Teagle Foundation, faculty from Elon, Park and Rockhurst universities and the University of Kansas came together for the third time this September to collaborate on instructional design with the goal to enhance teaching in the humanities.

  2. Mary Knight-McKenna Awarded Impact Alamance Grant

    The grant will allow the associate professor of education to work with two Elon professors on finding strategies that are helpful, culturally relevant and easy for families to use to foster their infant's language development.

  3. Stephanie Baker White selected to attend academy

    Stephanie Baker White, assistant professor of public health studies, and Ann Meletzke, executive director of Healthy Alamance, were selected to participate in the Community-Based Participatory Research Partnership Academy.

  4. Trustees approve faculty promotions and tenure

    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. 26-27, 2016. 

  5. Ben Evans awarded Biotechnology Grant

    Associate Professor Ben Evans has received funding from the North Carolina Biotechnology Center for equipment which will facilitate his research in magnetic hyperthermia therapeutics.

  6. SEM students, faculty make strong showing at state convention

    During the annual NCAAHPERD-SM Convention, sport and event management majors Taylor Barclay ’15 and Kelly Siewers ’17 received undergraduate scholarships, Sophie Kane ’17 captured first place in the video resume competition, and a team of five students competed in a case challenge provided by the Atlantic Coast Conference.

  7. Three faculty members named CATL Scholars

    The three professors will work on projects that support student learning across disciplines, including in Sociology classes, beginning French courses, and Political Science classes.