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.
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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.
The assistant professor of political science spoke with North Carolina's statewide cable news channel about visible disagreements among members of the Republican Party.
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.
Several regional news sources, including News 14 Carolina and the Associated Press, reported on findings from an Elon University Poll conducted in September 2013.
Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord recently authored an amicus curiae brief and provided public analysis of the pending U.S. Supreme Court establishment clause case Town of Greece, N.Y. v. Galloway.
Assistant professor of economics Katy Rouse discusses her research and thoughts on year-round school in the Sept. 15, 2013, edition of The Cincinnati Enquirer.
The associate professor of English on Sept. 10 discussed her new book, "Beyond 'The Chinese Connection': Contemporary Afro-Asian Cultural Production," with host Frank Stasio.
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.
The professor of English had a reponse column about Jane Austen published in both regional newspapers.
The associate professor in the School of Communications spoke Aug. 21, 2013, about a new show by comedian Seth MacFarlane under heavy criticism for its racial stereotyping of Asians.
Shimron invited to join the resident faculty at the inaugural Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival, July 21 to August 4.
Elon is introducing a new car-sharing program to campus this fall, which gives students, faculty and staff an alternative to having their own vehicles on campus.
The assistant professor of political science offered a word of caution about a recent academic report calling for enhanced security at U.S. nuclear plants.
The interview about the negative macroeconomic impact of employer-financed health care is first scheduled to air August 20 and will be available online.
A new book names Elon Law Professor Steven Friedland one of the 26 “best law teachers” in the United States. The student experience at Elon Law is enriched through a close association with faculty members, including Friedland, who provide global perspectives and a commitment to innovative teaching, scholarship and service. Elon offers a 15 to 1 student/faculty ratio and a majority of classes with fewer than 25 students.
ArchAerial, a Texas-based firm that produces remote-controlled "quad-copters" for capturing video from the air, spotlights work in Belize conducted by an Elon University anthropologist.
The associate professor continues a fourth year of service on the Board of Advisors of the Barlow Endowment for Music Composition.
The new Google-based map includes rich features in a mobile-friendly format
Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord offered insights about recent state legislation and court decisions related to abortion laws this week.
Shimron joined collegiate and high-school teachers in Cincinatti recently to grade free-response questions on the College Board's AP Music Theory exam.
In a June 24 opinion column in the News & Observer, Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord writes that judicial elections strengthen the legitimacy of the judiciary and that public financing of judicial elections is unnecessary.
The assistant district attorney for Durham County will begin in August and will also teach in Elon's School of Communications.
Elon Law professor David Levine calls for more transparency among negotiators and lawmakers concerning U.S. reaction to threats of Chinese cyber espionage in a Slate.com article published June 12.
Using the attempt by N.C. legislators to propose a resolution declaring the right to establish an official religion, Hatcher argues separation of church and state benefits all citizens
Shimron invited to edit and revise the Major Field Test in Music, adminstered by Educational Test Services (ETS®).
The professor of management and former dean of the Love School of Business has been named dean of the business school at James Madison University.
Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord has been named Jennings Professor and Emerging Scholar in recognition of his teaching and scholarship.
Elon Law Professor Catherine Wasson has been elected to a second term on the Board of Directors of the Association of Legal Writing Directors (ALWD).
With six weeks remaining in this year’s Faculty/Staff Campaign, Elon employees are just a few gifts away from surpassing last year’s record participation rate of 65 percent.
A grant will fund Kirk's study of the South Carolina governorship
The generosity of a donor who wishes to remain anonymous will help the program as it serves a growing number of children in need of reading assistance.
The conference was held on campus April 12-13 with two dozen scholars presenting research.
Elon Law professor David Levine is the coauthor of a law scholars letter to the Alaska Oil & Gas Conservation Commission (AOGCC) that supports the Commission’s groundbreaking proposed hydraulic fracturing (fracking) regulations to require corporations to disclose trade secret information, like chemical ingredients, used in fracking activity in Alaska.
Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord has authored amicus briefs for cases in the Sixth, Seventh, and Tenth Circuits of the United States Court of Appeals challenging the requirement under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) that most employers must provide employees with health insurance that covers all Food and Drug Administration approved contraceptive methods and sterilization procedures.
Elon Law Professor Tom Molony highlights significant Delaware and North Carolina court cases in a February “Business Law Developments” article for members of the Business Law Section of the North Carolina Bar Association (NCBA).
A March 11 State Tax Notes article by Elon Law Professor Andy Haile, University of California-Berkeley School of Law Professor David Gamage and University of California Hastings College of the Law Professor Darien Shanske examines proposed federal legislation to address restrictions on states to collect sales or use taxes on electronic commerce.
The segment aired on the eve of the start to the 2013 ACC Tournament in Greensboro, N.C.
Research conducted by Thomas Tiemann, Jefferson Pilot Professor of Economics, and Steve DeLoach, professor of economics, was featured this week in a Chicago Tribune article.
Professor of Philosophy Ann J. Cahill was recently interviewed by 3:AM Magazine, an online literary magazine.
Elon Law Professor Eric Fink has provided public service and commentary recently on matters ranging from the role of local governments in addressing the influence of corporations on public policy formation to the legal ethics of unpaid law firm internships.
Elon Law Professor Michael Rich recently discussed philosophical concerns about the deployment of emerging technologies capable of preventing crime on the Washington, D.C. based television program Higher Education Today.
A Carolina Business Review panel discussion featuring Elon Law Professor John Alexander aired on UNC-TV and on several stations of South Carolina’s public educational broadcasting network in January and February.
Elon Law Professor Enrique Armijo will travel to Myanmar (Burma), beginning December 15, as part of a State Department-funded team of experts that will be working with the Myanmar government and civil society there to draft a new press law and other communications-related legislation.
In Charlotte Observer and Winston-Salem Journal op-ed articles, Elon Law Professor Scott Gaylord disputes recent requests for N.C. Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby to recuse himself from an upcoming case.
Kevin O’Mara, professor of management in the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business, ended his tenure as president of the Academy of Business Education (ABE) at the association’s recent 2012 conference in Charleston, S.C.