News Archive

Elon Poll: State residents divided on OWS movement
Pollsters asked about protests against banks, as well as the Tea Party and a proposed N.C. amendment banning same-sex marriage.
Center for Leadership returns to Lithuania for summer program
The Elon University Center for Leadership, in cooperation with the university's Center for Public Affairs, took part this summer in a series of workshops and training events at the 5th annual International Human Rights Law Summer Study Program in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Betty Morgan and Eric Fink present workshop on legal issues in internships
Betty Morgan, an associate professor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration and director of the Elon Center for Public Affairs, and Eric Fink, Jennings Professor of Law and Emerging Scholar at the Elon University School of Law, presented a pre-conference workshop on Legal Issues in Internships and Experiential Learning for the National Society of Experiential Education in early October.
Elon leadership program returns to Lithuania
The Elon Center for Leadership, in cooperation with the Elon Center for Public Affairs, has concluded its first series of summer workshops and training events at the 4th annual International Human Rights Law Summer Study in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Students excel at human rights law moot court contest
Three Elon students won top awards last week for their performance in the moot court competition at the 4th annual International Human Rights Law Summer Study in Vilnius, Lithuania, a program co-sponsored by the university’s Center for Public Affairs.
Larry Vellani quoted in new publication
Larry Vellani, director of corporate and foundation relations, is quoted in a new publication by Katha Kissman. “Trouble at the Top: The Nonprofit Board’s Guide to Managing an Imperfect Chief Executive” is the latest offering in a special series published by BoardSource, Inc.
Elon leadership program initiates summer international experience
The Elon Center for Leadership, in cooperation with the Elon Center for Public Affairs, has concluded its first series of summer workshops and training events at the ISM University of Management and Economics in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Elon students earn honors at International Human Rights Law Moot Court Competition
Two Elon University students and a 2009 alum won awards last week for their performance in a moot court competition at the 3rd annual International Human Rights Law Summer Study in Vilnius, Lithuania, a program co-sponsored by the university’s Center for Public Affairs.
Vellani leads national discussion on opportunities in a struggling economy
Students and faculty present findings at Study Abroad Forum
From a panel discussion on international human rights law to a research presentation on freedom of press in Sri Lanka, the inaugural Study Abroad Forum held in the Moseley Center on Tuesday evening allowed students and faculty who have traveled overseas to celebrate their academic achievements.
Students honored in European moot court contest
Three Elon University students won awards this week for their performance in a moot court competition that capped a European program on international human rights attended by students from the United States, Belarus and Lithuania.
Morgan receives experiential education award
Betty Morgan, associate professor of political science and public administration and director of the Elon University Center for Public Affairs, has received the Higher Education Leader of the Year Award from the National Society for Experiential Education. Details...
European civil society activist visits Elon campus