The 2019 ranking places Elon #68 among nearly 1,100 four-year colleges and universities, based on aggregate scores of student reviews and the leading college ranking publications.
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The university's newest alumni have left their mark on Elon through a gift of more than $24,500.
Two statistics lecturers attended the United States Conference on Teaching Statistics held May 16-18 at Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania.
New research by Catherine Dunham and Chris Leupold finds that neither a federal judge's gender, race, nor political appointment appears to impact his or her approach to evaluating Title VII lawsuits. Age? That's (possibly) an issue.
The midday, outdoor concert will feature the Camel City Jazz Orchestra performing near the Martin Alumni Center.
The management information systems professors shared how the technology functions and how industries are using it.
The associate professor of management spoke to analytics professionals during the Triangle Area Analytics Group hosted by Alliance of Professionals & Consultants and RTI International.
During a ceremony Monday night, President Connie Ledoux Book offered a ceremonial key to Alamance Burlington School System leaders now that construction of the new elementary school on Walker Road is complete.
Engagement Scholarships open the door to life-changing global studies opportunities for students, a priority of the Elon LEADS fundraising campaign.
The annual rankings released during Pride Month combine BestColleges criteria with the Campus Pride Index score, a comprehensive national rating system that measures LGBTQ-friendly campus life.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of English Rosemary Haskell draws from her own personal experiences in addressing the complexity of friendship with someone who is homeless. The column was published by the Burlington Times-News and the Greenville Daily Reflector.
"Peer Reviewed Evaluation of Registered End-Points of Randomized Trials (the PRE-REPORT study): Protocol for a Stepped-Wedge, Cluster-Randomized Trial" was published June 1, 2019, in the journal BMJ Open.
This year's new members of the Sports Hall of Fame will be inducted on Saturday, Sept. 7, prior to Elon's home football game against The Citadel.
Five feature films are on the schedule this summer in Schar Hall's Turner Theatre. Movies are free with no Phoenix Card required.
The podcast from The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX focuses on how hate groups are finding ways to remain online despite crackdowns.
Joseph Keller '19, Abbie Vandruff '20 selected to participate in Television Academy Foundation's internship program
Keller and Vandruff are among the 50 people selected nationwide for the program and will intern this summer at media and entertainment firms in southern California.
Elon University has released its President's List and Dean's List academic recognitions for the 2019 spring semester.
An assistant professor and program coordinator for the arts administration interdisciplinary major, McGraw earned one of the first Fulbright Specialist Grants in the field of stage/theater management.
Elon Law helped support a Greensboro Bar Association springtime swearing-in ceremony for newly licensed attorneys, most of whom were December graduates of the law school’s 2.5-year program centered on learning by doing.
Elon University has made available online customized announcements for graduating seniors and their parents to submit to hometown newspapers.
More than 50 percent of Elon BFA Acting majors are engaged in professional activity during the summer of 2019.
For a third year, international students in the graduating class planted their oak saplings on South Campus, and shared words of advice for students to come.
The 2019 graduate from Greensboro, N.C., began a two-year term on the Board of Trustees on June 1.
Kirby, a Rye, N.Y., native and 2019 CAA Pitcher of the Year, was selected 20th overall and becomes the first Phoenix to be selected in the first round of the Major League Baseball draft.
Campus offices, dining halls and services often have alternate hours during the summer. Find out what is open, and when.
Edwina Avbuere L’20 and Spenser Sullivan L’20 prevailed Tuesday night in the championship round of Elon Law’s largest intramural moot contest to date where teams argued the merits of a fictional sexual harassment and workplace discrimination lawsuit.
The Seattle Alumni Chapter hosted a new event for the alumni group.
Akman will be the liaison librarian to the departments/programs of Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Studies, Exercise Science, Geographic Information System, Neuroscience, and Public Health, and the School of Health Sciences’ Doctor of Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant Studies programs.
The Boston Alumni Chapter hosted a group of alumni for a unique experience of a guided wine tasting and tour in South Boston
The Dallas Alumni Chapter spent the day together at Lone Star Park.
The professor in the Psychology Department and Neuroscience program spoke to students and faculty from a consortium of colleges funded by the National Science Foundation's S-STEM program.
The associate dean in the School of Communications and his fellow researchers examined the public relations functions of eight Kuwaiti banks listed in the Kuwait Stock Exchange Market that use their Instagram accounts, conducting a content analysis of more than 1,500 posts.
Outreach Librarian Lynne Bisko co-authored "Personal Librarians: Building Relationships for Student Success" to help other libraries create their own programs that help students succeed in their academic careers
Deadline extended! Submit a design online by Monday, June 10, 2019.
Hal Vincent offers insight on engaging in service learning and community involvement through coursework and student involvement
A lecturer in communications and faculty director of Live Oak Communications, Vincent has aimed to engage with the community through helping local organizations with strategic communications work.
Brian Kremer, assistant professor of music theatre, presented on feminization and masculinization of singing voices: practical tools to shift gender perception, at the 48th Annual Voice Foundation Symposium in Philadelphia.
Music Lecturer Lynn Beck performed on a program entitled “Old and New Music for Horn and Percussion featuring Women Composers” at the international conference.
To further strengthen Elon's student-centered learning environment, the School of Communications faculty and leadership decided to move to a new format with six undergraduate programs on June 1.
A team of Martha and Spencer Love School of Business students won Manhattan College’s international competition involving analyzing data and presenting insights about New York’s energy consumption.
Six Elon staff members were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the university at a May 31 awards program during the annual staff appreciation celebration in Schar Center.
Kesgin publishes research in major international relations journal on foreign policy hawks and doves
The research by Assistant Professor of Political Science and Policy Studies Baris Kesgin into the characteristics of hawks and doves in foreign policy was published recently in Cooperation and Conflict.
Megan Squire, professor of computing sciences, offered insights for the article that focused on the use of Facebook by white nationalist, white supremacist and other hate groups.
The Acting Program graduates from the Class of 2019 join scores of successful program alumni as they begin their careers in the entertainment industry.
Award-winning photojournalist Al Drago '15 delivered the commencement address on Friday, May 24, as more than 1,400 Elon students became the university's newest alumni.
Danielle Fisher '21 will connect with students and professionals from across the country during the 2019 Collegiate Summit, an intensive student marketing conference program.
The grant supports a collaboration between the mathematics club at Williams High School in Burlington and Elon.
In their new study, Assistant Professors Sana Haq and Jane O’Boyle examined thousands of posts to understand the contents of international Twitter comments and photos, comparing materials from six different countries.
“Waiting in the Midfield” highlights the life of Omar Alhamwi, a Syrian refugee and former professional soccer player, as he makes a new life for himself in Greensboro. The film will air on Wednesday, May 29, at 9 p.m., with replays the following day.
Senior Seminar class write introductory guide to a tax incentive program aimed at promoting economic development in Elon’s community.
Four senior journalism majors who produced a story about human trafficking for their Multimedia Journalism class finished sixth in the Team Multimedia competition.