Two statistics lecturers attended the United States Conference on Teaching Statistics held May 16-18 at Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania.
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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.
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.
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.
The podcast from The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX focuses on how hate groups are finding ways to remain online despite crackdowns.
"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.
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.
Deadline extended! Submit a design online by Monday, June 10, 2019.
Campus offices, dining halls and services often have alternate hours during the summer. Find out what is open, and when.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
The article featured expert analysis from Chris Harris, assistant professor of finance, about credit card rewards programs.
The grant supports a collaboration between the mathematics club at Williams High School in Burlington and Elon.
In My Words: Opposing Anti-Choice Legislation Isn’t a Violation of Religious Freedom, It’s an Expression of It
In this column published by Rewire News, Professor of Religious Studies Rebecca Todd Peters writes about the religious freedom issues at stake in the abortion debate.
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.
Before the U.S. Supreme Court upheld part of an Indiana law regarding abortion, Professor Tom Molony published in the Florida Law Review that previous court rulings "leave states with a great deal of latitude to regulate abortion in a manner aimed at protecting potential life."
Professor of Physical Therapy Education Charity Johansson and her students presented their research at the 2019 World Confederation of Physical Therapy.
Department of Physical Therapy Education faculty members Bill Andrews, Srikant Vallabhajosula and Crystal Ramsey have received notification of acceptance of a research study entitled Reliability and Normative Values of the Wheelchair Propulsion Test: A Preliminary Investigation. Co-authors include Meredith Smith and Meredith Holder Lane, both of whom are Elon DPT graduates of the Class of 2017.
The associate professor of communications will be one of nine participants in the 2019-20 Institute for Diverse Leadership program of AEJMC and ASJMC, two preeminent associations in the field of mass communication.
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School of Education faculty members Katie Baker, Mark Enfield, Heidi Hollingsworth and Mary Knight-McKenna were recognized on May 21 for faculty excellence at the annual school awards banquet. In addition, staff member Jennifer Fish was recognized for her promotion to associate director of Teaching Fellows.
Jen Hamel publishes study in special issue of high-impact journal Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution
Hamel and co-author from the University of Missouri published an empirical study in a special issue of the journal.
Message from President Connie Ledoux Book:
Her presentation, which focused on the need to change how we talk about abortion in the United States, comes on the heels of a series of abortion bans that have been passed in Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri, Mississippi, and Ohio.
Assistant Professors Tiffany Atkins L'11 and Vanessa Zboreak will add to Elon Law's Legal Method & Communication Program while Assistant Professor Katherene "Kathy" Conner begins direction of the law school’s Residency-in-Practice Program.
Oliver, who works in Campus Technology Support, will celebrate 14 years at the university in June.
Elon Baseball Coach Mike Kennedy and Elon Men's Tennis Coach Michael Leonard were each named Colonia Athletic Association Coach of the Year for their sports.
Megan Squire, professor of computer science, was among those featured in the piece who are tracking domestic terrorism online.
SPDC welcomes Kiera O'Donnell and Alison Doherty to the SPDC team of professionals.
Professors, students and alumni paid tribute to James G. Exum Jr., Margaret Kantlehner and Peter T. Hoffman in a Friday afternoon ceremony that celebrated their career highlights and prolific contributions to Elon Law.
Associate Professors Mary Knight-McKenna and Heidi Hollingsworth co-authored two articles, along with Nicole Ammerman ’16 for one article. Both articles presented findings of research on academic service-learning in early childhood.
Carroll's new book, "Narkomania: Drugs, HIV, and Citizenship in Ukraine," has been released from Cornell University Press.
Gatti presents two papers at the International Medieval Studies Congress, chairs panels, and serves as president of EPS
Evan A. Gatti, associate professor of art history and associate director of the Elon Core Curriculum, presented "Drawn in Ink With Love: Desire in Looking at and Looking Back” and "Re-Presentation and a Theology of Images" at the International Medieval Studies Congress in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Nepocatych, Madzima and alumna publish article on the effects of a high-protein breakfast smoothie on appetite and energy expenditure
The article is based on research that showed that consumption of a breakfast smoothie containing animal-based whey protein or plant-based soy protein both lead to a greater sense of fullness and an increase in calories burned when compared to a carbohydrate-based smoothie.
Fath and Springer present at annual meeting of the North Carolina Association for Institutional Research
Papers from the inaugural scholarly meeting held by the Center for the Study of Religion Culture and Society in 2017 were recently published in CrossCurrents journal.
The award from the United Way of Alamance County was offered in recognition of the university's dedication to the local community.
The chemistry department hosted its annual picnic and award ceremony on Tuesday, May 14, and recognized outstanding achievements and academic excellence.
This semester’s edition marks the 19th in the history of the Elon Journal, the nation’s first and only undergraduate research journal in communications.