Despite challenges, more women are making their mark in leadership roles at Elon and beyond.
A well known and popular figure on campus, Kenneth Brown, Jr. ’19 is excited to empower students through a career in higher education after graduation.
Serendipity in the lab leads to life-saving discoveries for Professor Emeritus of Chemistry Gene Grimley.
Knowing she will be the guardian for her older sibling has influenced the professional and personal choices of Emily Benson Chatzky '15 L'19.
A natural born broadcaster, Eugene Daniel ’11 has experienced a less-than ordinary path to his professional calling, which has interwoven communications with his religious faith.
Her passion for marine life has led Mariana Kneppers ’18 to live outside her comfort zone.
Once a bustling train station, Mill Point depot played an important role in Elon’s history.
Kevin Wallace ’02 has written a novel, “Broken Soul,” the first of what will be a three-part series.
The inauguration of Connie Ledoux Book as the university’s ninth president marks the beginning of Elon’s next chapter.
With the addition of the two-story Koenigsberger Learning Center, Elon is redefining how to serve the needs of all students.
The finance and statistics double major works in the Student Professional Development Center, provides tutoring, leads admissions tours and mentors first-year students.
How an NIH grant is opening new doors for memory and aging research at Elon