• Applicants shall be in their second year at Elon [or, in the case of students with transfer credits, their second year of higher education, with at least one full semester completed at Elon].
• Applicants shall demonstrate a cumulative gpa of 3.50 or above at the time of the application deadline.
• Applicants shall have a nomination from an Elon faculty member or a staff member with faculty rank. Applicants may make a case for exceptions if their proposal warrants. In all cases, the nominator shall be on long-term contract with the institution.
• Applicants shall be in good standing at the university at the time of the application. That is, a history of repeated or egregious violations of either the academic or social honor codes may disqualify applicants.
• Applicants shall demonstrate a commitment to pursuing at least two additional academic years of study as Elon students [Note: Due to the nature of the timeline associated with their program, Engineering students are not eligible.]
Dr. Ann J. Cahill
Professor of Philosophy
Spence Pavilion 111
2340 Campus Box
Elon, NC 27244
Phone: (336) 278-5703
Caley Mikesell is one of eight fellows from around the world spending June and July in rural India to help research and develop holistic programs aimed at improving conditions for impoverished villages.
Recent Elon University graduate Sarah Holland's study of Christian complicity in the evils of Nazi Germany shed light on the way people of faith can be led astray by leaders who exploit religious beliefs at the expense of marginalized populations.
Over the past two years, Elon University senior and Lumen Prize recipient Michelle Nussbaum has used a top award for undergraduate research to pinpoint the reasons many older readers find comfort in novels written for adolescent audiences.
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The university's top award comes with $15,000 to support and celebrate academic and creative achievements.
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