The American Advertising Federation, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. and Elon School of Communications sponsored a March 14 panel with professionals working in the television and advertising industries, as well as higher education.
Elon University Doctorate of Physical Therapy students volunteered with the Orthotic & Prosthetic Activities Foundation to help make people with amputation, spinal cord injury and other physical challenges comfortable around water.
Joyce Choi ’19 received a grant from the Center for Leadership and the School of Communications to attend a November conference addressing diversity and inclusion in Hollywood.
Eight Martha and Spencer Love School of Business students showcased Elon’s Beta Alpha Psi chapter at the international organization’s regional meeting.
After a semester abroad in London, the junior has returned to serve as station manager of Elon's student-run television station.
Campus Recreation and Wellness facilities to have adjusted hours of operation from March 22-31
Dozens of Elon students, faculty and staff came together Monday evening to stand with the Muslim community against violence and hate in response to the March 15 terror attack in New Zealand
Tara Petrillo ’21 worked with students from NC State University and Campbell University to create and pitch a marketing plan to increase food allergy awareness in schools.
Cindy Fair and Francesa Music '19 present on adolescent and young adult cancer survivors and fertility preservation
Professor Fair and the public health major, alongside cancer advocate Megan-Claire Chase, presented their work at the American Psychosocial Oncology Society conference in Atlanta on Feb. 28, and the Society of Adolescent Health and Medicine conference in Washington, D.C., on March 7.
Lumen Scholar researches local grassroots community organizing through the new Poor People’s Campaign
Lindsey Jordan ’19, and Honors Fellow, is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a scholarship and celebrates their academic and creative accomplishments.
Western Alamance High School is looking for student volunteers to help with their Agriculture Fair.
The Burlington community is looking for student volunteers to help run the St. Patty's Day festival.
Ashley Berman is an active member of Elon Volunteers! serving in a variety of positions, including her current position as one of the executive directors for the organization.
Gillard will deliver the university's annual Baird Lecture during Spring Convocation at 3:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 4, in Alumni Gym.
Those who gathered in the Sacred Space of the Numen Lumen Pavilion Tuesday afternoon remembered the late teacher and artist for her kindness, love for all living things and passion for teaching.
Elon makers produced a host of innovative projects through the Maker Hub's innovation kit initiative.
Six students presented at the annual meeting of the Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion held March 8-10 in Greenville, N.C.
A group of Elon undergraduates participated in an educational and scholarly exchange on economic policy during the Eastern Economic Association’s annual conference.
Tyler Seibring '19 becomes the first student-athlete in Elon men's basketball history to be named a three-time Academic All-American.
Shariq Ali ’20, Ashley Jutras ’20 and Styrling Rohr ’19 have received Critical Language Scholarships from the federal government to study foreign languages deemed critical to U.S. diplomacy and outreach.
The Duke University professor visited Elon to share her research as part of the university’s Multiracial Awareness Week.
Students from both neighborhoods dined on March 6 with staff from Elon Dining, Environmental Services and Physical plant to explore issues of community.
Five Martha and Spencer Love School of Business students assumed the role of research analysts, and tested their ability to value a stock, write an initiation-of-coverage report, and defend their recommendation to a panel of industry professionals.
The award-winning business leader discussed lessons learned from his time leading retail companies, including Home Depot, Sears and Brookstone.
Student volunteer is needed to help plan for the Burlington tour of homes.
Jess Sabatino '19, a criminal justice studies minor, builds skills while interning at the Guilford County Juvenile Detention Center.
Persistence and production: Eliza Spear ’22 building a music career, with second single to be released this week
The Los Angeles native is majoring in music production and recording arts at Elon, and has found resources to support her development as an artist.
Galante will present "Writing for Children."
Students from a variety of majors came together March 1-2 for the 2019 Elon Innovation Challenge sponsored by the Doherty Center for Creativity, Innovation & Entrepreneurship.
Accompanied by faculty members Hal Vincent and Ben Hannam, 17 Elon students attended the Triangle AdFed’s 2019 American Advertising Awards Gala held Feb. 21 in Raleigh. Among those in attendance was Kerry Sheehan-Delany ’19, who was recognized for her food photography contest entry.
Campus Compact has named Lucy Jones '20 a recipient of a Newman Civic Fellowship, which recognizes and supports community-oriented students and is named for Frank Newman, a founder of Campus Compact.
Student volunteers are needed at Sedalia Elementary School's Spring Fling festival.
The spring career event connected students from 13 majors with recruiters from a variety of sales organizations.
The sophomore promotions chair has channeled her enthusiasm for music, black culture and diversity into her radio show.
Thirty-eight candidates in the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program received degrees Saturday in a Whitley Auditorium ceremony featuring remarks from Preston Hammock, president of Alamance Regional Medical Center and senior vice president at Cone Health.
History professor Charles Irons used 3D printed artifacts from the Maker Hub to teach students about slavery in 19th century America.
Join Elon's German program when they induct the newest members to Delta Phi Alpha, the national German Honor Society. We'll also say goodbye to our graduating seniors, safe travels to our study abroad students, and welcome to our new majors and minors. 4pm, Carlton Commons
Seniors Connor Dwyer and Sabrina Ramos presented an analysis and recommendations for a case centered on the gender diversity gap on corporate boards in Pennsylvania.
Senior economics majors urged students to take advantage of resources offered at Elon as well as offered advice in preparation for the job search process.
These Elon students tapped into the resources available through the Student Professional Development Center to help guide them as they pursued careers at the global investment banking, securities and investment management firm.
Paul Newby, senior associate justice on the N.C. Supreme Court, spoke Monday to members of Elon Law's Federalist Society about how the U.S. Constitution protects fundamental rights and freedoms.
The poster session was part of the N.C. Academy of Physician Assistants Winter Meeting.
The Pendulum, Phi Psi Cli and Colonnades all pick up Best of Show honors at the annual North Carolina College Media Association gathering.
Derrick Luster ’20 is competing for a highly competitive national fellowship awarded each year to those with goals of working in public service or government. Winners will be announced in April.
Playing in a team jeopardy format, Elon’s Quiz Bowl team showcases their academic knowledge across the Mid-Atlantic region.
Elon Hillel receives award from Hillel International for "Excellence in Breadth."
Andrews Elementary School is seeking student volunteers to help create a promotional video.
Students examined the interaction of business and government in fast-growing Asian economies as part of the International Business graduate course.
Women's Resource Center in Alamance County is looking for student volunteers for their 22nd Annual Herb Festival.
Elon Hillel will send a delegation of students to 2019 AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. in March.