The High Point, N.C. FOX affiliate produced an extended segment on the program, launched in 2017, for its Buckley Report.
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WFMY News 2 turned to Jason Husser, assistant professor of political science and director of the Elon Poll, for his thoughts on how voters feel about members of the opposing political party.
Love Your Body Week is a week to start a conversation about self-love, gaining confidence, breaking stigmas and living a healthy and happy lifestyle here at Elon and beyond.
International business professor Carri Tolmie and Love School of Business founding dean Thomas Tiemann published a case through the Ivey Business School Foundation.
The work of Rebecca Pope-Ruark, associate professor of English, on Scrum has been featured on two top higher education podcasts.
Elon University will be celebrating the National Day on Writing with events all across campus on Friday, Oct. 20! Join in the discussion of #WhyIWrite at any, or all of the events being hosted by groups from across campus.
Tom Tiemann, the founding dean of the Love School of Business and former Jefferson-Pilot Professor of Economics, offered his insights for the article exploring the commutes of Alamance County workers.
As a pilot outreach program, the School of Education is offering the full 12-credit AIG licensure to a group of 20 teachers in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City School district.
The trip to India offered Pennington the opportunity to continue documenting regional heritage and revival movements and folk performances in India.
The annual service-learning conference hosted by North Carolina Campus Compact revisits the “students as colleagues” approach and includes 40 breakout workshops on various civic and community engagement topics
Representatives from 27 colleges and universities will gather at Elon to explore the theory and practice of “deliberative pedagogy.”
Naeemah Clark, associate professor of communications, offered her insights for an article that looked at the automotive company's decision to use civil rights leader the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. in a Super Bowl commercial.
Katie Baker, assistant professor of education, has been awarded a Service, Teaching and Research (STaR) Fellowship through the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators.
The second edition of "Mobility in Context: Principles of Patient Care Skills," authored by Charity Johansson and Susan Chinworth and published by F. A. Davis Company, instructs students in patient mobility skills that are based on current clinical evidence and practiced within the context of patient-centered care.
Religious Studies Professor Geoffrey Claussen's new article appears in the journal Polin.
In January, Scott Proudfit, Assistant Professor of English, published an essay in the journal Modern Drama and a chapter and introduction in Palgrave's edited collection "Contemporary Approaches to Adaptation in Theatre."
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, Julie Justice, assistant professor of education, and Scott Morrison, assistant professor of education, published articles in the journal Learning Landscapes.
The article co-authored by Sabrina Thurman, assistant professor of psychology, appeared in the Journal of Motor Learning and Development.
Associate Professor of Human Service Studies Judy Esposito and Assistant Professor of Psychology Sabrina Thurman hosted a panel discussion for their Winter Term courses on fatherhood and early childhood development.
Assistant Professor Shaina Dabbs' Professional Sport Management class met with executives and staff members working for the Carolina Panthers, Knights and Checkers, including a trio of Elon alumni who handle ticket sales for the city’s AHL affiliate.
Chris Leupold, Isabella Cannon Professor of Leadership, will be working with the Journal of Leadership Education.
Moseley Center hours of operation, Jan. 21-28, 2018
Assistant Professor of English Dan Burns invited two Asheville film critics to campus Saturday, January 13 for an evening double feature and discussion of two King classics: "Carrie" (1976) and "Stand by Me" (1986).
Jessie L. Moore and Peter Felten served as guest editors of a special issue of the International Journal for Academic Development (IJAD).
The classic handbook for arguments by Anthony Weston, professor of philosophy, is now out in a new fifth edition from Hackett Publishing Company.
Book, now serving as provost at The Citadel, is the recipient of this year's Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Humanitarian Award from The Black History Intercollegiate Consortium.
Director of Choral Activities and Associate Professor of Music Stephen A. Futrell's online site will offer written and video feedback for singers.
Preeshl meets mayor of Orleans, France, as St. Margaret in 10th Joan of Arc Parade for the 300th anniversary of New Orleans on Twelfth Night
Artemis Preeshl, assistant professor of performing arts, met the mayor of Orleans, France, performed as St. Margaret in 10th Joan of Arc Parade as New Orleans signed a sister city agreement.
600 MHz-band wireless microphones are now noncompliant due to frequency changes. Could you be affected?
Mat Gendle, professor of psychology, and Carmen Monico, assistant professor of human service studies, address the role of U.S. drug policy on the displacement of unaccompanied minors from Central America
The Jan. 2 article provided an overview that the innovative program is having on the education of students in the School of Health Sciences.
David Vandermast, associate professor of biology, shared his insights about the plant that becomes particularly popular during the holiday season.
Associate Professor Barbara Miller Gaither collaborated with Elon graduate MaryClaire Schulz ’17 and University of North Carolina faculty member Lucinda Austin to examine the relationship between corporate social responsibility and social change.
Artemis Preeshl, assistant professor of performing arts, performed the one-woman show at Blue Plate Music Hall in December 2017.
The associate professor of communications was recently featured in a blog post titled “Corporate environmental ads are more persuasive when concern is high” on the website for the Arthur Page Center for Integrity in Public Communication.
The Center for Writing Excellence is excited to offer three Writing Boot Camps over the 2018 Winter Term.
The presentations covered a broad range of topics at conferences held throughout the fall.
Associate Professor Haya Ajjan presented her research to academic and industry experts and business analytics professionals during the 2017 Pre-ICIS SIGDSA Symposium.
Lucinda Childs Dance Company, with Pardo, rated one of the top 10 performances of 2017 by The Guardian
The Lucinda Childs Dance Company, which assistant professor Matt Pardo performed with for 7-years, was recognized by The Guardian for giving one of the top ten performances of 2017.
Brandon Sheridan, assistant professor of economics, provided insight for a recent article in The Times-News of Burlington about holiday retail sales.
Pumping iron: Madzima publishes article on the benefits of resistance exercise in breast cancer survivors
Titch Madzima, assistant professor of exercise science, has published an article in Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise on the effects of moderate to vigorous resistance exercise combined with a daily protein supplement on body composition and muscular strength in breast cancer survivors.
Physics and engineering students and faculty gathered Thursday, Dec. 7, 2017, on the last day of classes for the annual end of semester banquet.
Research co-authored by the assistant professor of international business examines the influence of corporate social responsibility and consumer ethnocentrism.
The university has participated in the development of a common credentialing language that central to new tools introduced by Credential Engine on Thursday, Dec. 7.
The annual event offers guidance to those just beginning their research and an opportunity for those further along in their work to present their findings.
Religious Studies Professor Geoffrey Claussen's chapter is included in "Jewish Religious and Philosophical Ethics," published by Routledge
Research co-authored by Barjinder Singh, assistant professor of management, examines the relationship between support and embeddedness.
The Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory and Aging Laboratory represented Elon at the 47th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience in Washington, D.C.
Susan Anderson, professor of accounting, offered her insights into the implications of the proposed tax reform plan on nonprofits stemming from her recent article on the topic for The Conversation.