Thanks to a partnership with El Centro de Español that empowers students to communicate in Spanish with patients, Carleigh High DPT'17 is spending several weeks at a hospital in Peru as part of her DPT clinical education experiences
A lineup of events in February will honor African-American contributions to the campus and the world as Elon University celebrates Black History Month.
Service opportunities, gatherings and other special programs at Elon this week will commemorate the legacy of the late civil rights leader.
Gabrielle Beamon ’19 will be paired with an executive working in the entertainment and media industry and placed in a paid summer internship.
The project includes an installation in the Isabella Cannon Room in the Center for the Arts that will be on display through mid-February.
Throughout the month of January, Elon is hosting a wide variety of events and "mini-seminars" surrounding the theme of celebrating human diversity.
The former NPR correspondent had been slated to deliver a lecture about The Race Card Project, an initiative she launched in 2010 to spark conversation about race in America.
Emmanuel Morgan ’19, a Queen City native and young African-American male, shares his perspective on the nation’s racial climate and his hometown’s response following the recent death of Keith Lamont Scott during a police altercation.
Dyce will present "Collaboration, Collectivity, and Consciousness: Retaining Gradate Students of Color" on Sept. 19, noon - 1 p.m., at the Pleasants Family Assembly Room in Wilson Library on UNC's campus.
The 23rd annual Phillips-Perry Black Excellence Awards Celebration recognized students for academic achievement and involvement in the Elon Experiences.
Glenda Phillips Hightower and Eugene Perry ‘69 were honored during a special College Coffee with formal portraits unveiled to commemorate their roles in making Elon history.
Join us for the Ripple Conference and engage in multi-faith learning and exploration around the theme of "Sacred Sounds"
As Miles Williams ’15 co-captained the Elon Phoenix football team over the past year, he was also conducting undergraduate research just a few miles away on the way hip hop music might help African-American children develop self-confidence and a sense of self.
Join us for one of many Being ______ @ Elon: D.E.E.P Conversation Series
More than a dozen events in February will honor African-American contributions to the campus and the world as Elon University celebrates Black History Month.
Two local middle school students were honored Tuesday for their entries to an annual essay contest organized by Elon University’s Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education.
Elon University students, faculty and staff took part in a Monday march through downtown Burlington that commemorated the late Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. while raising awareness of work still to be done in advancing civil liberties.
Four events hosted by the Truitt Center for Religious & Spiritual Life will bring Elon students together this month for conversations that engage biblical perspectives on racism & privilege.
Written and directed by Elon University senior Mia Watkins, the short film, influenced by the circumstances surrounding the deaths of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, tells the story of an African-American woman attempting to find her voice in today’s society.
Ciara' Dixon ’16 and Simone Jackson ’16 have been named to the AAF's Most Promising Multicultural Students program, a highly selective annual award for college students with exceptional academic and professional achievements.
Service opportunities, lectures and other special programs at Elon in January will commemorate the legacy of the late civil rights leader. MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry's visit to campus on Jan. 6 headlines the event series.
Students in an Elon Core Curriculum capstone course focused on social justice and diversity heard Dec. 1 from business and nonprofit executives who offered advice for starting careers in a global economy where cultural understanding is more important than ever.
"Making the Movement: Objects, Objectives, and Civil Rights," which runs through the end of October, coincides with university events and conversations focused on the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s groundbreaking book "Why We Can't Wait."
LEADSTRONG Week is an opportunity to celebrate leadership at the university with a theme this year of "Spotlighting Change Agents at Elon."
Miami Herald syndicated columnist Leonard Pitts Jr. delivered the 2015 Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture on Thursday night where he shared insights about race, “personal responsibility” and how to foster social justice for all people.
The Elon group took part in a workshop on "Navigating Privilege and Identity in Multifaith Engagement" for the President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge.
Elon University's Brooke Barnett and Randy Williams offered wisdom and advice in a newspaper guest column for how people can start conversations about race.
Staff, faculty and students shared thoughts in a Friday program hosted by the Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education that concluded with handwritten notes of support to a South Carolina church where nine people were killed days earlier because of their race.
Cherrel Miller Dyce, assistant professor of education, collaborated with colleagues from Bowie State University in Maryland to present research on black males in education at the Institute for Study of African American Child (iSAAC) Conference on Research Directions (CORD) held May 3-6, 2015 in Hilton Head, S.C.
Hundreds of Elon University students, faculty and staff gathered in front of Moseley Center on Tuesday to speak out against acts of bias and discrimination that harm the community and devalue the lives of black students.