Elon Provost Steven House urged the 2019 Master of Education graduates to be passionate, curious and responsible educators at the program's Commencement ceremony Saturday.
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The 16th annual Teaching & Learning Conference, sponsored by Elon's Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CATL) and Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT), hosted hundreds of area educators Thursday.
The annual effort kicked off in 2011 thanks in part to the work of an Elon alum serving with the armed forces in Afghanistan.
With co-authors from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Carroll offers practical advice for public health and law enforcment professionals trying to work together.
AEJMC, the nation’s oldest collegiate journalism education association, recognized the School of Communications dean with its top honor in diversity education on Aug. 9.
The management professor finds strategic leaders are key to having corporate boards with more than token gender diversity.
De Lama, associate professor of Spanish, presented her research at the 29th International Conference of the Association of Gender and Sexuality Studies (AGSS)-- WOmen Creating in Literary and Intercultural Education—held at the Universitat de València, Spain.
Lake comes to Elon from Grand Valley State University to advance the university's design thinking initiative.
Adam Aiken, assistant professor of finance, partnered with research colleagues at N.C. State University and Heriot-Watt University to study the investments of members of the U.S. House and U.S. Senate from 2004 to 2012.
The article, "Ethical leadership, frustration, and humor: A moderated-mediation model," was published in Leadership & Organization Development Journal.
This year’s symposium will feature David Wong, associate professor in the Department of Counseling, Educational Psychology and Special Education at Michigan State University. Wong’s area of interest and expertise include intercultural competence, global learning, and the impact of study abroad experiences.
The grant will support a partnership between the Design For America Studio at Elon and the YMCA of the Triangle to implement new ways to recruit and retain quality lifeguard staff.
Ryne VanKrevelen, lecturer in statistics, presented on "Interactive Examples in Statistics Courses Using R Shiny" at the 2019 Joint Statistical Meetings in Denver, CO
The economics professor discussed using equity market reactions to infer exposure to trade liberalization.
Princeton Review names Elon the nation’s “best-run college” with the #1 “most beautiful campus” and the #2-ranked study abroad program
The 2020 edition of “The Best 385 Colleges” guide also recognized Elon’s career services programs, residential facilities and performing arts productions.
Carmen Monico, assistant professor of human service studies, plans to bring Connections Matter training to Elon and surrounding communities to promote child abuse prevention across North Carolina.
A professor of computer science, Squire has extensively examined the connections that extremists and hate groups make online.
Ben Evans, associate professor of physics, is part of a research team looking into developing the new technology that could have application in the biomedical and aerospace fields.
The article by Jamie Albright '13, Oliva Varney '13, and Watts-Thompson Professor Cynthia Fair focused on provider perspectives of the sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescents with HIV.
Kathleen Stansberry, assistant professor of strategic communications, offered analysis about the danger that comes with the spread of conspiracy theories, particularly on social media.
The School of Education's FLEX Program offers academically gifted students from the Alamance-Burlington School System the opportunity to learn fresh, engaging lessons from M.Ed. and gifted licensure candidates
The article from McClatchy's Washington Bureau found that most of the states that President Donald Trump won in 2016 fared better than the national average.
Tyrone Jean and Cherrel Miller Dyce made presentations at the National Conference on Race & Ethnicity held May 28 through June 1 in Portland, Oregon.
In this opinion column published by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Elon Law Associate Dean and Professor Enrique Armijo writes about moderating content on the internet.
The training at Alamance Community College gave law enforcement officers and emergency response teams from across Alamance County the opportunity to get hands-on experience during live active shooter scenarios.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Associate Professor of Communications Tom Nelson recalls his experience watching the moon landing 50 years. ago. The column was published in The Daily Progress of Charlottesville, Va.
Director of Jewish Life Betsy Polk participates in prestigious Israel program at the Shalom Hartman Institute
The experience allows Polk to bring tools back to Elon’s campus to elevate the tone and level of discourse about Israel.
Bullock, dean of the School of Education, was reappointed to serve on the state commission to establish high standards for state educators and to make rule recommendations regarding all aspects of preparation, licensure, continuing education and standards of conduct for public school educators.
Brooks Depro, assistant professor of economics, visited Bozeman, Montana, to participate in the summer student seminar.
A lecturer in music, Novine Whittaker performed as a member of the saxophone quartet Fourza that included Christine Hankins, Jason Saetta and Elon alumnus Brian Magna '15.
Summer in the Village, a summer enrichment program stemming from Elon’s “It Takes A Village” Project, concluded with an awards banquet for hundreds of students and their families Friday night at Alumni Gym.
The legislation allows physical therapists the expanded ability to practice spinal manipulation without a physician's referral, with Assistant Professor Mary Kay Hannah leading the charge for the legislative change.
Carmen Monico, assistant professor of human service studies, and Michael Vaughn, instructional technologist, partnered to engage students in virtual-reality experiences, conduct research and develop a training workshop.
Fifty years after the Apollo 11 mission, members of the Elon community, like retired NASA engineer Wally Sawyer ’64, are remembering the moment the world first put man on the Moon.
Rising fifth-grade students in Elon's Summer in the Village program raised more than $1,000 for the Boys & Girls Club of Alamance County, with the help of an anonymous donor.
Professor of Religious Studies Toddie Peters is among the fellows participating in the Auburn/CrossCurrents annual summer research colloquium which this year is focused on reproductive justice.
Kaye Usry, assistant professor of political science and policy studies and assistant director of the Elon University Poll, discussed North Carolina's importance in the 2020 presidential election.
Jason Husser, associate professor of political science and policy studies and director of the Elon University Poll, offered his insights about ongoing gerrymandering litigation in North Carolina.
Keegan, assistant vice president and dean of undergraduate admissions, offered insights for students and their families as they seek out the best college or university for them.
Squire, a professor of computer science, examined the response by white nationalists to recent tweets by the president about four Democratic members of Congress.
Atkinson, associate chaplain for Muslim life at Elon, talks about his religious path, religion and the South as well as "Redneck Muslim," a 2018 documentary about his life.
Vice President for Enrollment Greg Zaiser joined the podcast to talk about successful, campus-wide brand stewardship and how his institution transformed itself into one of the preeminent schools in the country.
Jenny Larson, associate director of campus recreation and wellness for recreation programs and facilities, was quoted in a recent article about helping students develop leadership skills through club sports.
Ruelle and Felten co-author chapter on diverse approaches to the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in academic libraries
Assistant Provost Peter Felten and Dean Joan Ruelle collaborate on an essay about the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) as professional development in academic libraries.
Op-eds by Shelby Hahner '19 and Emily Wilkes '19 on school shootings and bail reform, were published in two newspapers.
Brooks Fuller, director of the North Carolina Open Government Coalition and Sunshine Center and instructor of journalism, offers his perspective about a town charging a fee of $70,000 to a local newspaper to fulfill a public records request.
Deliberative Dialogue: A House Divided – What Would We Have to Give Up to Get the Political System We Want?
Monday, September 23, 4:30pm, Lakeside 212, Moseley Center
The National Association of City and County Health Officials (NACCHO) invited Jennifer Carroll, assistant professor of anthropology, to present at its annual meeting in Orlando, Florida, in July.
The four-part series kicked off with 75 faculty and staff attending a session on the construction of racial history and institutional memory.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of English Rosemary Haskell marks the 300th anniversary of the novel "Robinson Crusoe" and compares Crusoe's approach to his isolation and Western civilization with U.S. foreign policy decisions today. The column was published in the Greensboro News & Record.