The school hosted its end-of-year awards celebration on April 20 to acknowledge high achievement from students and faculty.
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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.
Through the two-year program, the six rising juniors will participate in a combination of coursework, undergraduate research and community engagement in multifaith contexts.
The university's top award comes with $15,000 to support and celebrate academic and creative achievements.
Elon Law students, alumni, faculty and staff will gather in the law library on Tuesday, April 25, at 5:30 p.m. to reflect on the legacy of a beloved professor and colleague who died in December.
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.
The event was part of Frau Fiber’s international campaign to change the apparel industry one stitch at a time.
Faculty, students and alumni gathered at the Society for Research in Child Development conference to present their research in Austin, Texas.
The 50th anniversary of the classic novel by Gabriel García Márquez was celebrated by a collaborative effort to read the famous novel aloud.
Ellucian recognizes Elon University’s partnership to improve the transcript system.
As a part of Asian Pacific American Heritage month, a new art exhibit is debuting April 27 in Belk Pavilion featuring art selected by students during a winter term course in China.
Paul Crenshaw is an assistant professor of English who has previously had his work published in the "Best American Essays" series in 2005 and 2011.
Fifteen second-year Doctor of Physical Therapy students and two senior exercise science majors presented their research at the 2017 Human Movement Science Research Symposium at UNC-Chapel Hill.
Assistant Professor Jen Dabrowski garnered her travel award from the ACS DOC to present at the 253rd national American Chemical Society conference.
Elon’s Center for Organizational Analytics hosted a workshop to explore the possibilities of integrating app development with Swift into curricula.
Associate Professor Rich Landesberg and nine School of Communications students traveled this week to New York City, touring the facilities of several major network news organizations and meeting with high-level broadcast news professionals, including Brian Williams and Michael Radutzky, members of Elon’s Communications Advisory Board.
The week of April 24 through 28, Elon students, faculty and staff will be involved in activities to mark CELEBRATE! 2017, a celebration of achievements in academics and creative endeavors.
A recent study by Amy Overman, associate professor of psychology, and Alison Richard '16, was highlighted on the Psychonomic Society's blog.
The associate professor of communications investigated how public relations was used to promote sex education initiatives immediately before and during World War I.
The School of Communications lecturer and entrepreneurship major led a theory and practice-in-action workshop at the Co|Operative, a nonprofit business startup incubator in Graham.
Elon University marked its April 5, 2017 marked the second annual National Biomechanics Day celebration at Elon University on April 5.
Jason Husser, assistant professor of political science and director of the Elon University Poll, was recently a guest on Capital Tonight's "Bow Tie Caucus" and was interviewed for a segment by WFMY News 2 on a recently filed bill in the N.C. legislature.
The Associate Professor of Music adjudicated and served as clinican for the Hunt Choral Festival
The professor of accounting discusses tax day 2017 in an article on the personal finance website WalletHub.com.
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.
The article appearing in Nanoscale describes research by a team including Associate Professor of Physics Benjamin Evans into the behavior of a microscale swimming device controlled with magnetic fields.
Jonathan Jones is an instructor in the School of Communications and the director of the N.C. Open Government Coalition.
Stephen A. Futrell, an associate professor of music, conducted the ABSS Elementary All County Choir. Around 140 students representing 17 schools were in attendance.
The Frank S. Holt, Jr. Professor of Business Leadership presented a paper about the relationship between leader integrity and trust.
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.
Anthropological archaeologist Rissa Trachman presented at the Society for American Archaeology's 82nd Annual Meeting in Vancouver.
Four students in Assistant Professor Denise Hill’s “Strategic Campaigns” course visited the donut company’s Winston-Salem facility to share their strategic communications campaign to increase the visibility of the chain’s loyalty app.
Julie Lellis, associate professor and associate department chair in the School of Communications, has co-authored a new book that utilizes a zombie analogy to correct poor communication behaviors.
In her 19-minute film, the Assistant Professor of Communications Nicole Triche examines the life of Doris Jenkins and the role her 53-year-old roller skating rink played – and continues to play – in its Topsail Beach, N.C., community.
Rena Zito, Alexis Franzese and Raj Ghoshal, assistant professors of sociology, presented research and organized sessions at the annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society.
Glenn Scott, associate professor of communications, talked with WFDD's David Ford this week for the radio piece that examined recent layoffs at the Greensboro News & Record and Winston-Salem Journal.
Aunchalee Palmquist, assistant professor of sociology and anthropology, traveled to New York recently to present at the United Nations 61st Session on the Commission on the Status of Women.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, co-authored the article in the peer-reviewed bilingual journal Comunicar.
The March 31 article by a reporter in McClatchy's Washington D.C. bureau was featured by more than two dozen of the media company's news outlets around the country.
Fifteen board members and guests visited campus on March 31 to share their professional insight and commemorate the completion of the school’s expansion project.
Five faculty members and eight undergraduate researchers from the Biology and Environmental Studies departments represented Elon University at the N.C. Academy of Science conference at High Point University on March 24-25, 2017.
Mark Enfield, associate professor of education, is currently working with Jayne Woodruff, third-grade teacher at Altamahaw-Ossipee Elementary School, to teach a problem-based learning science unit on the human body systems.
The Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning announces the recipients of the 2017-18 Diversity and Inclusion Grants.
The associate professor in Elon's Department of Physical Therapy Education spoke about a study the university and Cone Sports Medicine are conducting for people who suffer from knee osteoarthritis.
Jamane Yeager, electronic access librarian, and Jerry Waller, systems librarian, presented on a better way to evaluate electronic serials usage on March 31 at the North Carolina Serials Conference in Chapel Hill.
AAASE advisory members facilitated two highly attended panel discussions at the Annual American Association for Blacks in Higher Education conference held March 23-25 in Raleigh, N.C.
The associate professor of music, who directs choral activities at Elon, also performed in concert.
Elena Kennedy, assistant professor of entrepreneurship, shared her research examining the revenue strategies of nonprofit social ventures, focusing on how revenue is earned, allocated and maximized in the face of competing charity and entrepreneurial mindsets.
Assistant Professor of Biology Jen Hamel gave an invited seminar as part of the university's Department of Biology and Marine Biology seminar series on Friday, March 31.
Monday, May 1 in Belk Library 113 from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.