In his guest lecture to Elon audiences, the Emory University professor will address the complications involved in teaching students about race within the classroom.
Elon senior Helen Meskhidze, a recent finalist for the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship, is using the university’s top prize for undergraduate research and creative achievement to help astrophysicists study galaxies that create stars at rates far greater than average.
Culinary historian and chef Michael W. Twitty will lead discussion over dinner on the theme of "Kosher/Soul: Black-Jewish Identity Cooking." RSVP required.
Supported by a grant from the Diversity Infusion Project through Elon's Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, three seniors and three professors are trying to answer why women show less interest in taking philosophy courses or pursuing philosophy as a major.
Professors Geoffrey Claussen and Jeffrey C. Pugh challenge students to consider historical and normative questions.
Anthony Weston's new article in College Teaching proposes a new model of the teacher as an "Impresario with a Scenario."
Brandon Kline ’03 recently launched Natural Border, a sustainable shirt manufacturer based in Richmond, Va., that uses all natural bamboo fibers.
Fourteen high school students in a philosophy course on race, gender and hip-hop visited a Greensboro recording studio Wednesday to create their own album with messages of resilience, hope and equality.
Professor Ann J. Cahill and Associate Professor Stephen Bloch-Schulman received the 2014 Lenssen Prize from the American Association of Philosophy Teachers for "Argumentation Step-by-Step: Learning Critical Thinking Through Deliberative Practice."
The Powell Professor of Philosophy Emeritus continues his writing on the seasons of life
The noted intellectual historian will be speaking in the Numen Lumen Pavilion March 13 at 7:30 p.m.
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 honor from Campus Compact recognizes students "finding solutions for challenges facing communities throughout the country."
Professor of Philosophy Ann J. Cahill was recently interviewed by 3:AMMagazine, an online literary magazine.