Elon University faculty, staff and students with ties to South Africa reflect on the passing of Nelson Mandela, a global leader whose humility and selflessness helped his nation heal from the ravages of apartheid.
Delaney McHugo created a public service announcement for a class assignment and was honored for her work when she entered the video in a contest sponsored by the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network.
The four professors will work on projects that explore the way students learn in music, creative writing and English education.
Rebecca Pope-Ruark, associate professor of English, earned two awards at the international Association for Business Communication (ABC) conference in New Orleans in late October.
Students present research at the Association for Business Communication international conference.
A fellowship created by Elon University in 2008 will help support excellence in ongoing research and creative work by Janet MacFall, Drew Perry and Anthony Weston.
The Association for Business Communication presented the associate professor of English with two awards during its recent conference in New Orleans.
Our visting poet, Joe Millar, selected the winners in the Frederick Hartman Poetry Contest, and the winners are...
Kevin Boyle, professor of English, publishes three poems in Terminus magazine.
Seven English (Teacher Licensure) majors attended the NC English Teachers Association conference in Wilmington, N.C., on Oct. 11 to learn new approaches to the classroom and join others in the local professional community.
The entry deadline is Dec. 13, 2013, for a student competition focused on human rights that will award cash prizes totaling $3,600. Categories include: research papers, journalism, electronic media, creative writing, photos, and world languages
Jessie L. Moore, Peter Felten, and Michael Strickland contributed a chapter on Elon University's Faculty Writing Residencies to a new edited collection. "Supporting a Culture of Writing: Faculty Writing Residencies as a WAC Initiative" describes the annual writing residency that the authors launched in 2006.
Connotation Press has published three poems byProfessor of English Kevin Boyle.
A four-day event organized by the university’s Center for Engaged Learning has drawn to North Carolina hundreds of scholars from around the world with an interest in the “disruptive forces” that are changing the way students learn.
In Elon University’s 2013 Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture, author Taylor Branch reminds his audience that despite progress born from the civil rights movement, the American system of government and its democratic principles remain fragile.
The award includes a film set and $1,200 programming stipend to be used to provide scholarly presentations and exhibit four documentaries with new footage illustrating the history of civil rights in America.
The associate professor of English on Sept. 10 discussed her new book, "Beyond 'The Chinese Connection': Contemporary Afro-Asian Cultural Production," with host Frank Stasio.
Winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction, Junot Díaz shared with an Elon University audience on Tuesday his approach to writing, his concerns about the way minorities are marginalized in the United States - and how he thinks American youth can change the world.
Elon University students, faculty and staff visited the center on the first floor of Belk Library to learn more about support and services available to the campus community.
A writer and photographer, Aaron Bardo '09 is participating in a worldwide competition for a chance to earn $100,000 and spend a year traveling and exploring the world on behalf of Jauntaroo.
Kevin Boyle had poems published in The Hollins Critic, Fourth River, and Briar Cliff Review.
"Preparing Advocates: Service-Learning in TESOL for Future Mainstream Educators," by associate professor Jessie L. Moore, appears in the September 2013 issue of TESOL Journal.
Professor of English Rosemary Haskell presented a paper co-authored with Professor of Sociology Thomas Arcaro at the annual meeting of the Global Studies Association conference held at Palos Verdes, Calif., June 7-9.
The professor of English had a reponse column about Jane Austen published in both regional newspapers.
Associate Professor Eric Ashley Hairston's latest project takes a deeper look at the way antiquity shaped the ideas of early African-American scholars & writers whose works challenged whites' justification of slavery and disparagement.
The assistant professor of English recently presented on new methods for teaching first-year writing and research at the 10th annual Georgia International Conference on Information Literacy.
The associate professor of English in the Professional Writing & Rhetoric concentration attended professional training and a conference this summer as part of a research agenda studying Agile project management.
Alumnus Mark Jay Brewin Jr. ’08 has found success in following his passion for poetry.
Associate Professor Crystal Anderson's first book, “Beyond The Chinese Connection: Contemporary Afro-Asian Cultural Production,” was published this summer.
College writing faculty from around the globe are visiting campus for a June 25-26 program organized by the 2011-2013 Elon University Research Seminar on “Critical Transitions: Writing and the Question of Transfer.”
Paul Crenshaw, assistant professor of English, recently published two essays and two short stories.
Mark J. Brewin ’08, David Fuhr ’00 and Erin Krupa ’02 are the recipients of the 2013 Elon College Distinguished Alumni Awards.
The Center for Undergraduate Publishing and Information Design (CUPID) published its 100th blog post over the weekend.
The university's top award comes with $15,000 to support and celebrate academic and creative achievements.
Three winners of the Philip L. Carret "Thomas Jefferson Essay Competition" were named April 25.
A guest newspaper column by Professor Rosemary Haskell reflects on the legacy of Britain's former prime minister.
Mark Brewin will read from his new book of poetry on May Day.
Barbara Gordon, associate professor of English, offered an alternative way of teaching written argument at the College English Association Conference.
Two English majors have won awards for their poetry.
Jensen Suther ’12 has received the International Student Bursary from the Samuel Beckett Summer School in Dublin.
As part of a panel at the 2013 Conference on College Composition and Communication, English Lecturer and College Writing Coordinator Paula Patch described ways writing faculty and academic advisors in the Elon Athletics program share the responsibility for teaching and supporting the writing of student-athletes.