The annual effort kicked off in 2011 thanks in part to the work of an Elon alum serving with the armed forces in Afghanistan.
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This academic year will be Jackson’s last as leader of the university’s student life division.
The grant will support the Refugee Assistance Program at the Elon University School of Law.
Elon President Leo M. Lambert bestowed the university's highest honor upon five retired faculty and staff members for their meritorious service to the university.
During the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication’s 2016 national convention, 13 School of Communications faculty members presented research, shared professional experiences and directed topical discussions.
In his annual address to open the faculty and staff planning week, President Lambert took a “big-picture” look at the university’s short-term and long-term plans.
The Eugenia H. Leggett-Frank Endowed Scholarship has been established in memory of a retired senior administrator whose dedication and commitment to Elon Law contributed to the innovative, vibrant school it is today.
Newspapers around North Carolina recently featured a guest column by Jeffrey Pugh, professor of religious studies, who writes about the contrast between the efforts by South Africa's Nelson Mandela to unite a fractured country and the divisive rhetoric heard in today’s U.S. political contests.
The recent article in the American Journal of Play by Professor Thomas Henricks follows his 2015 book, "Play and the Human Condition."
The day-long professional development workshop for area teachers was supported by a grant from the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations.
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Antonette Barilla, director of Academic Support and Bar Preparation and a scholar of international law, will have her 2015 article on cultural diplomacy reprinted in a forthcoming “best of” edition of the American Bar Association’s GPSolo magazine.
Elon Biology Professors Dave Gammon and Jen Hamel were joined by biology major Dawson Nance '17, who conducts research with Hamel, in presenting research at the Animal Behavior Society 2016 conference in Columbia, Mo.
Assistant Professor Jen Dabrowski has published a research article on selective conversion of carbohydrates to fine chemicals.
The grant from the National Endowment of the Humanities will support a two-week institute directed by Professor Ann J. Cahill in the department of philosophy.
The senior lecturer of music and coordinator of vocal studies performed in Fiddler on the Roof at the MUNY in Saint Louis, Missouri, this summer.
Stefanie Poe, campus technology support lead at Elon, is the July recipient of the Acorn Accolade award.
The grant is for the project titled "Jumpstarting a Multi-Year Health Promotion Project through Connections and Collaborations."
Jane Wellford recently retired as a professor of dance at Elon, and her new book, "Moving Liturgy: Dance in Christian Worship," published this summer.
Elon Law celebrated its 10th anniversary Wednesday with a breakfast sponsored by Biscuitville and remarks by school leaders who reflected on the school's nationally recognized approach to legal education.
The 2016 NABJ and NAHJ Annual Convention and Career Fair in Washington, D.C., brought together nearly 4,000 current and aspiring media professionals, including four Elon University students and seven alumni.
Associate Professor of Dance Lynne Kurdziel Formato joined a faculty of 19 master teachers in multiple dance idioms.
Barbara Miller Gaither, associate professor of communications, explored corporate social responsibility initiatives and public perception in her recent study, titled “Redefining Fit: Examining CSR Company-Issue Fit in Stigmatized Industries.”
The book is the second edition of a work that has been used by a multitude of educational programs and young professionals since its publication.
Peter Jakes '17, Professor Jeff Clark, Assistant Professor Aaron Trocki, and A.L. Hook Associate Professor Chad Awtrey gave presentations at MathFest in Columbus, OH, on Aug. 3-6, 2016.
Newspapers around North Carolina recently featured a guest column by Naeemah Clark, associate professor of communications, who assesses reactions to recent comments by first lady Michelle Obama about the role of slave labor in the construction of the White House.
The Rev. Peter Tremblay is among five new staff members who joined the Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life this summer.
This is the fifth Olympic games that Max Negin, an assistant professor of communications, has worked on with NBC Sports.
The sociology professor used nationally-representative data to examine the impact of teenage motherhood on transformations in life satisfaction, self-worth, and orientations towards the future, relationships and risk.
Pugh, the Maude Sharpe Powell professor of religious studies at Elon, has contributed a volume to a series sponsored by the Homebrewed Christianity podcast.
Several Elon faculty participated in the 2016 Council of Writing Program Administrators conference in July.
The grant will help support the inaugural Tournées Film Festival at Elon.
In this class, Associate Professor of Health and Human Performance Carol Smith discusses how there is more to the Olympic games than athletic competition and national pride.
The chapter is included in the 2016 edition of the “AACRAO International Guide: A Resource for International Education Professionals.”
The grant will help fund Ripple 2017, a conference to focus on the theme of "Mindfully Plural."
Insects may be small and crunchy, but they demonstrate behaviors that are just as relatable to humans as the cute and cuddly animals that more often fascinate us.
In its fourth year, the Gender and LGBTQIA Center welcomes its first full-year graduate assistant, Camilla Brewer.
Historic University of Madras is the site for an international consultation on home-making.
The assistant professor in the School of Communications participated in a Q&A interview with The Myanmar Times to highlight his experiences while traveling through Myanmar, a trip extensively featured in his recently released Kindle Single.
During this year's Summer in the Village, TLT provided children with the opportunity to play with green screen technology.
Cody Michael Schmidt ’15 won the award for Best Director in the regional 48 Hour Film Project.
Rissa Trachman, chair of the Sociology and Anthropology Department, presented at the Belize Archaeology and Anthropology Symposium this summer regarding her research at the ancient Maya site of Dos Hombres in northwestern Belize.
The FR&D Sabbatical Application Deadline is Oct. 14.