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Statistics faculty attend conference on teaching statistics

Two statistics lecturers attended the United States Conference on Teaching Statistics held May 16-18 at Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania. 

Elon scholars: 'Judge shopping' in sex discrimination cases may be for naught

New research by Catherine Dunham and Chris Leupold finds that neither a federal judge's gender, race, nor political appointment appears to impact his or her approach to evaluating Title VII lawsuits. Age? That's (possibly) an issue.

In My Words: Housed or unhoused, we all need friendship

In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of English Rosemary Haskell draws from her own personal experiences in addressing the complexity of friendship with someone who is homeless. The column was published by the Burlington Times-News and the Greenville Daily Reflector

Reveal podcast features Squire's insights on online extremism

The podcast from The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX focuses on how hate groups are finding ways to remain online despite crackdowns. 

Weaver co-authors protocol paper published in BMJ Open

"Peer Reviewed Evaluation of Registered End-Points of Randomized Trials (the PRE-REPORT study): Protocol for a Stepped-Wedge, Cluster-Randomized Trial" was published June 1, 2019, in the journal BMJ Open.

Elon student brings experiences home from studying in Tanzania

Engagement Scholarships open the door to life-changing global studies opportunities for students, a priority of the Elon LEADS fundraising campaign.

David McGraw serves as Fulbright Specialist with South African State Theatre

An assistant professor and program coordinator for the arts administration interdisciplinary major, McGraw earned one of the first Fulbright Specialist Grants in the field of stage/theater management.

International students plant new roots as they complete their Elon degrees

For a third year, international students in the graduating class planted their oak saplings on South Campus, and shared words of advice for students to come.