The article by the higher education technology media outlet includes insights from Christopher Waters, assistant vice president for technology and chief information officer.
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The article that explores the success of the online platform features insights from Mesgari, assistant professor of management information systems.
This opinion column written by Associate Professor of Communications Tom Nelson and distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate appeared in the Greensboro News & Record and the Greenville Daily Reflector.
In My Words: How a scientist, professor, volunteer, and animal enthusiast found connection at the Conservators Center
This column by Kim Epting, associate professor of psychology, was originally published on the blog of The Conservators Center, a zoological park located in Alamance County.
Elon Votes! is sponsoring rides to the polls from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. from the Center for the Arts and an Election Night Watch Event at 8 p.m. in the Moseley Center on Tuesday, Nov. 6.
The Alamance County Board of Elections is hosting early voting at three locations from Oct. 17-Nov. 3.
The open enrollment period runs from Oct. 22 through Nov. 2.
Associate professor of Spanish Mina Garcia brought a Mexican theater company to Elon to present several Cervantes' interludes on Oct. 15.
An article by Isaac, associate professor of English, was published in the journal Children's Literature.
The assistant professor of strategic management’s research appears in the Journal of Management Studies, one of the Financial Times’ top 50 business journals.
After the "Taking Kids: Border Madness" Teach-in was convened by Columbia University School of Social Work early this year, California State University Monterey Bay School of Social Work invited Assistant Professor Carmen Monico to visit its campus in October as an expert speaker.
The title of the Oct. 10 talk by Scott Windham, associate professor of German in the Department of World Languages and Cultures, was “Why we (still) need grammar instruction but (still) need to do it better: Grammar instruction and literacy in the L2 classroom.”
The associate professor of music critiques a new textbook on vocal pedagogy.
Nominations are being accepted through Nov. 4 for the annual awards sponsored by the Young Alumni Council that honor deserving alumni who have graduated within the past decade.
Elon alumnae Alexis de Groot ’17 and Sydney Brown ’18 partnered with faculty members Tony Weaver and Eric Hall to conduct a qualitative study and collect in-depth information on the perception of social support provided to student-athletes rehabilitating injuries.
The associate professor of economics discussed his research on the effect of breaks on student productivity.
On Oct. 9-10, 2018, two Elon Teaching Fellows and Scott Morrison, assistant professor of education, attended and shared their research at the NAAEE conference in Spokane, Washington.
The art history professor's paper, "This Woman Artist Who Is Not One," served as a manifesto against cisnormativity in the scholarly study of historical figures.
The Oct. 6 conference centered around digital learning competencies open to current students, alumni and area educators.
“Young Filmmakers of Ethiopia,” a one-hour documentary produced by the associate professor of communications, will be shown at the Broadcast Education Association’s On-Location Conference, held at the University of Houston Oct. 18-20.
The article by Wahl, professor of performing arts, and Artemis Preeshl, a visiting faculty member in the Department of Performing Arts last year, was published in the Voice and Speech Review.
Associate Professor of Spanish Mina Garcia presented a paper on "Cervantes and the Immigration Crisis" on Sept. 29.
Buffie Longmire-Avital co-authors article on resilience and depression among black LGB emerging adults
The article, "Resilience and depression: The roles of racial identity, sexual identity and social support on well-being for Black LGB emerging adults” appears in the Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships.
The article was published in a recent edition of Wildlife in North Carolina.
In this opinion column, Rochelle Ford, dean of the Elon School of Communications, touts the importance of engaging with the news on a regular basis.
The School of Communications program, which partners with Elon Athletics to broadcast university sporting events, streamed Elon’s football game against New Hampshire during Family Weekend.
The university's Board of Trustees is hosting a wide variety of celebratory events surrounding the Oct. 18 presidential inauguration.
The new resource summarizes 10 key opioid overdose prevention strategies for public heath, law enforcement, local organizations, and others striving to serve their community.
"Banning books, silences stories. Speak Out." was the national theme centered around Banned Books Week, Sept. 23-29.
Research by Greg Haenel, professor of biology, and Victoria Moore, associate professor of chemistry, brought together expertise from their departments to better understand how mitochondria respond evolutionarily to extreme environments and hybridization.
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Students of French, German and Spanish present at Undergraduate Conference on Languages and Cultures
Elon hosted students and faculty from Elon and regional universities at its third annual Undergraduate Conference on Languages and Cultures on Saturday, Sept. 22.
Randall Bowman, archivist and assistant librarian, has been recognized for his expertise and experience with the historical preservation of archival materials.
Research of communications between computer programmers by Professor of Computer Science Megan Squire was featured in an article about programmer Linus Torvalds.
The article by the assistant professor of sociology demonstrates an exercise that instructors can use to teach students how to call their representatives, and presents evidence of the activity's effectiveness.
The article by the professor of music had an article published in The International Trumpet Guild Journal.
Professor of Computer Science Megan Squire delivered the Distinguished Scholar Lecture Thursday night about her research into connections among online communities.
The classroom activity designed by Dave Gammon, professor of biology, for an Elon COR capstone course has been added to a national collection of case studies.
Organized by the International and Global Studies Program, the panel discussion focused on international events that have received little coverage by the media.
The lecturer in the School of Communications is one of five award recipients recognized with the National Scholastic Press Association’s highest accolade for journalism educators.
Research projects authored by Assistant Professors Elena Kennedy, Sean McMahon, Mark Mallon and Matthew Perrigino were shared during the annual meeting for management and organization scholars.
Religious Studies faculty member, Rebecca Todd Peters, offers endowed lecture at Denison University on the topic of abortion and reproductive justice.
Heather Lindenman, assistant professor of English, recently published three essays: one about student revision practices and two about community-engaged writing.
As the leading organization supporting all campus services, NACAS is the community-of-choice for strategic leaders who advance campus environments to improve the quality of life for students.
Morée is recognized for his impressive contributions as a video producer, as well as socially oriented action on Elon’s campus.
An assistant professor of religious studies and Distinguished Emerging Scholar, Marcus-Sells presented the paper at Harvard Divinity School on Sept. 15.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of Biology Dave Gammon says that the climate policy debate needs voices and principles from across the political spectrum.
Elon's Isabella Cannon Professor of Leadership teaches MBA students theories and practices related to leadership development
The School of Communications dean will be one of six public relations professionals honored at a Dec. 3 ceremony in New York City.