The one-hour school receptions allowed students to introduce parents to faculty mentors, laugh with friends and share their plans for life after tomorrow’s Commencement ceremony.
Housing available June 1-August 3 for Elon students interning in Los Angeles.
In addition to writing a research paper, Caitlin O’Donnell ‘13 created a website to educate the public on the ways women and people of color have previously been marginalized by the press.
At the Chemistry Department annual picnic last week awards were given to honor outstanding student academics, service and leadership.
Two separate papers by Elon faculty were recently published in a special issue of Leadership Quarterly (volume 24, issue 3), one of the premier academic journals for leadership research. The issue’s theme was leadership integrity.
Assistant Professor of Statistics Kirsten Doehler has published an article in the latest issue of Mathematics, Statistics, and Operations Research Connections on the use of audio explanations in introductory statistics classes.
When Staci, Kristi and Suzanne Scott receive their degrees on May 25, they will be the first triplets to ever graduate from Elon University.
Rising-senior statistics major, Amy Zemanick, has been accepted into the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Summer Undergraduate Research Forum (SURF).
As part of the award, Brittany Carroll '11 will pursue a master's degree at American University before serving as a U.S. foreign service officer for three years.
Nicole Molinari, Shannon Temlak and Mary Rouse awarded Rutland-Spizer scholarships
Greg Nantz, Parker Tobin and Catherine Bell were recognized for their academic achievements.
Omri Shimron performs on a two-piano recital at St. Petersburg College in Florida on May 17.
Rising senior Greg Honan was awarded the Isabella Canon Scholarship for his academic achievement and contributions to political science program.
Eryn Gorang '14 provided the winning idea for a big hotel chain's business challenge.
The music theatre major has a segment where she "ambushes" the program for a summer fashion show.
Lauren Johnson and Sarah Neuhauser will each receive $21,900 annual scholarships for their junior and senior years as they also work toward teacher licensure.
Laura Taylor, assistant professor of statistics, received a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) award from the Department of Commerce.
The papers, presented at the 10th Mining Software Repositories Working Conference in San Francisco, describe two novel data sets collected, curated and freely donated to the empirical software engineering research community.