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faculty & staff

  1. The Conversation: End-to-end encryption isn't enough security for 'real people'

    Professor of Computing Sciences Megan Squire writes about how a move to ban systems that totally encrypt messages from sender to recipient threatens access to the best security mechanisms. Originally published by The Conversation, the article has appeared in Scientific American, the San Francisco Chronicle, Phys.org and other media outlets. 

  2. Tour of Loy Farm

    This is a guided tour at Loy Farm and includes the solar farm, responsible design studio and food and farming system operations. Parking is limited so BioBus transportation is provided to and from the site.

    Intended Audience: Faculty and staff interested in scheduling a Loy Farm Tour for a class or student group and/or learning about what is happening at Loy Farm.

     

  3. Session set for 'Best Practices in Writing Instruction'

    This session is designed for all teaching faculty interested in getting feedback on their writing assignments and learning about best practices in writing instruction. Those working on the Writing Excellence Initiative for their majors may find this session especially helpful. Held on 8/23/17 at noon.

  4. Eid al-Adha (Muslim)

    Approved by the University as an excused absence holiday. Begins the evening of Sunday, Sept. 11.

     

  5. Yom Kippur (Jewish)

    Approved by the University as an excused absence holiday. Begins at 5 p.m. on Sept. 29.

     

  6. Rosh Hashanah (Jewish)

    Approved by the University as an excused absence holiday. The holiday begins the evening of Thursday, Sept. 21. (The majority of Elon students observe the holiday only for the first day, which begins at sundown on Sept. 21 and lasts until after nightfall on Sept. 22.)

     

  7. Sukkot (Jewish) 

    Approved by the University as an excused absence holiday. The holiday begins the evening of October 5.