Nearly two out of three respondents in the latest Elon University Poll are unaware that North Carolina laws exist to make many state government records open to inspection by residents.
More state residents than not believe the economy will worsen in 2014, and just 20 percent plan to increase spending on holiday shopping this season compared to previous years.
Registered voters in a November survey showed increasing dissatisfaction with many of their elected leaders and highlighted healthcare as the most important issue in the country.
The Elon University senior received a Community Impact Student Award on Nov. 2, 2013, during the statewide organization's annual student conference in Charlotte, N.C.
Findings were shared Oct. 11, 2013, with representatives from several Alamance County agencies who took part in a study to uncover the motivations, benefits, and challenges of asking college students to volunteer.
Several regional news sources, including News 14 Carolina and the Associated Press, reported on findings from an Elon University Poll conducted in September 2013.
Interested in volunteering over Fall Break? Elon Volunteers is offering three different alternative break programs this October. Applications are available now.
Registered voters in a September survey approved of state rules requiring photo identification at the ballot booth and overwhelmingly signaled that public school teachers are underpaid.
The first Elon University Poll of the fall semester found a majority of registered voters in North Carolina believe the nation and the state are both on the wrong track.
Shifts are open from Sept. 13-16 inside the Gray Pavilion in the Academic Village.
Beginning in 2014, the John C. Culver Institute of Politics Scholarship will be awarded annually with full tuition toward a graduate degree at the John F. Kennedy School of Government.
Posters and presentations gave students involved in service-learning and the Civic Engagement Scholars program an opportunity to share details of their work.
The two Civic Engagement Scholars worked together to build a mentor program for children at a Burlington, N.C., elementary school.
A new office and gathering space across the street from May Memorial Library will help the university continue building community programs.
The National Wildlife Federation has designated a vegetable garden near the Academic Village as a certified wildlife habitat.