The assistant professor of political science and assistant director of the Elon University Poll offered an analysis of a federal lawsuit to prohibit the state from implementing a new voter ID law.
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Law professors at Elon recently have published scholarship and engaged in service at regional, national and international levels. Explore highlights of their work in this article.
Mark Dalhouse, the new director of the Study USA program in the Global Education Center, joined Elon colleagues Pam and Chalmers Brumbaugh in late June to visit 16 students interning this summer in the nation's capital.
A team of students, faculty, and alumni from Elon University's School of Communications spent a week in June in Ekaterinburg, Russia, covering the 2014 International Collegiate Programming Contest in video, photo, social media and text.
The chair of the Department of Religious Studies authored "Standing with Kate" for the online news site about the Mormon Church's recent excommunication of a prominent voice in favor of ordaining women in the church.
The Elon University professor of history spoke with the North Carolina television station on June 6, 2014, about the Allies' D-Day invasion of Europe 70 years earlier.
The associate professor of English and published novelist authored "Love in the Time of the Toad" for the website's "Love Matters" section.
The associate professor of economics teamed with the president of a North Carolina think tank to propose a new approach for lowering risks associated with student loans while helping college graduates build wealth.
Pulkit Vigg will begin work June 16 as Aramark resident district manager, overseeing the university's dining services operations.
Elon becomes first school to electronically release co-curricular transcript with academic transcript
PDF versions of academic transcripts now come with the option of including an electronic version of the Elon Experiences Transcript.
Russell Cornelius has been hired for the summer to expand knowledge, resources, and services offered by Elon University's Gender & LGBTQIA Center.
The assistant professor of political science and assistant director of the Elon University Poll penned a May 8 viewpoint analyzing the way in which North Carolina's Republican-controlled legislature might inadvertently boost Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan's reelection bid.
The professor of religious studies shares stories of making baby food for her children and takes to task companies that put the bottom line ahead of social welfare and care for others.
The associate professor of political science and policy studies traces the evolution of elections in India for a UK-based academic association and explores the implications of the Bharatiya Janata Party's historic win at the polls on May 16, 2014.
The Department of Sport and Event Management hopes to make as much as $50,000 this summer for its endowed scholarship fund by managing a golf course concession tent when North Carolina hosts the U.S. Open Championships.
Own a couch or desk or clothes you can't seem to sell on E-net? Instead of tossing them into the nearest Dumpsters this spring when heading away from campus, consider donating usable items to local charities that assist the needy of Alamance County.
The annual lavender graduation honors LGBTQI and Ally graduating seniors, as well as students, faculty and staff who have advanced inclusion, support and education around LGBTQIA identities at Elon.
Scott Gaylord and Erwin Chemerinsky offer public analysis of Supreme Court’s legislative prayer case
Elon Law professor and Constitutional Law scholar Scott Gaylord, who filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court’s Town of Greece v. Galloway case, discussed the Court’s decision in the case with University of California Irvine School of Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky on May 6 through a National Constitution Center podcast.
The News & Observer spotlights Elon Law Professor Heather Scavone for her legal advocacy and teaching as director of the Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic.
Associate Professor of English Prudence Layne, coordinator of the university's African & African-American Studies program, was interviewed on the live radio show “Both Sides of the Story,” a program that is broadcasted live on Power 106 FM radio in Jamaica.
The associate professor of psychology offered a visual explanation to brain function in an April 11, 2014, "Kids Want To Know" segment on the popular Triad news station.
Buffie Longmire-Avital, assistant professor of psychology was featured as a Lafayette College alumni success story.
Associate Professor Tony Weaver and instructor Mark Cryan have been interviewed by WFMY News 2 and WUNC's "The State of Things" in recent weeks for their expertise on the business of sports.
David Noer was the lead author on a feature story in the quarterly journal that examined career-limiting leadership tendencies.
Amanda Tapler, senior lecturer in the Department of Health and Human Performance, and Elon students are featured in an international training film for The Jamkhed International Institute for Training & Research.
Considered the "hallmark of excellence in business education," AACSB accreditation is earned by less than five percent of the world's business programs.
Katie Nash, special collections librarian and archivist, has been accepted into the Traveling Archivist Program that is administered by the State Archives of North Carolina.
An article on the equivalence failures in multicultural comparative research co-authored by Professor Emeritus Earl Honeycutt was named the 2013 Best Article.
A new initiative brings a weekly conversation starter every Monday that encourages students, faculty, staff and the greater community to engage in thought provoking, fun and challenging discussions.
Angela O. Ansah, associate dean in the School of Education, was quoted in an article in Belgium's "N'Go Cooperation au Développement Relations Humaines" magazine.
Critic Terry Teachout compliments work by the associate professor of performing arts for costume designs in the "The Life & Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Parts I and II" being performed by the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre.
Hearsay Culture, the Stanford University radio show and podcast founded and hosted by Elon Law professor David S. Levine, celebrated its 200th show in January. Since its founding in 2006, the show has featured internationally prominent authors, scholars and thought leaders examining the relationship between technology, law and culture.
The professor of education was quoted by the (Raleigh, N.C.) News & Observer as part of the daily newspaper's coverage of the event.
In a column for the (Burlington, N.C.) Times-News, the university's chaplain shared reflections on the ways Elon University promotes and celebrates multi-faith efforts.
The assistant professor of communications was interviewed as a distinguished alumna of UCR's School of Communications.
The essay, "Wye Diversity Matters," is part of a collection from 18 of the more than 1,000 participants who attended the faculty seminars since 1983.
The assistant professor in the School of Education helped a local elementary school establish a family engagement program with parents and children of a local apartment complex.
Eight new locations on campus make it even more convenient for students, faculty and staff to properly recycle broken or unwanted electronic equipment.
The American Red Cross collected donations from 77 people who visited McKinnon Hall on Wednesday for a Winter Term blood drive.
Communications associate professor's newspaper column looks at the controversy behind the popular A&E program.
Elon Music Ambassadors perform their fall program, "American Road Trip," for high school audiences in Maryland and New Jersey
In Constitution Daily, the online content platform of the National Constitution Center, Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord posits four reasons why the U.S. Supreme Court will rule in favor of Town of Greece in a legislative prayer case.
By co-authoring a Nov. 14 intellectual property law scholars letter to President Obama and Congress, as well as a front page Dec. 6 column in the Los Angeles and San Francisco editions of the Daily Journal, California’s largest legal newspaper, Elon Law Professor David S. Levine continued to detail implications of secrecy in international law making.
With 63 member states, UNIDROIT seeks to harmonize law across the globe through international conventions and the production of model laws. Elon Law Professor Henry Gabriel was the sole candidate from the United States, having been nominated to the governing council by the United States Department of State.
North Carolina Lawyers Weekly spotlights Steve Friedland for being named one of the nation’s best law teachers
Elon Law Professor Steve Friedland, who was featured as one of the nation’s 26 best law teachers in a recent book, shares insights about effective teaching in the December 4 edition of North Carolina Lawyers Weekly.
The article, published Dec. 1, 2013, describes an after-school program that engages young students in learning about healthy lifestyles while providing Elon students with hands-on experience.
Elon Law professor and Constitional Law scholar Scott Gaylord has provided analysis for several news organizations about the upcoming U.S. Supreme Court case Town of Greece, N.Y. v Galloway.
The associate professor of music was invited to participate in CV reviews by the organization's Professional Development Committee.
Raul G. Barcenes will guest conduct the 67th Quad State Senior High School Honor Band in Murray, Ky., on Feb. 20-22, 2014.