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Join us for the "Evaluating Visuals and Multimodal Writing" Workshop Monday March 12, presented by Ben Hannam, associate professor of communications and Paula Rosinski, professor of English and director of Writing Across the University.
Douglass Kass, assistant professor of communications, will present on “Teaching Two-Column Script Writing" on Thursday, March 1.
Douglas Kass, assistant professor of communications, is presenting on
“Teaching 2-Column Script Writing” on Nov. 1.
Kyle Altmann, associate professor of physics, shares how he uses the Maker Hub to teach his students the importance of making in and out of the classroom.
The 2018 Communications Internship Showcase & ePortfolio Review drew 35 organizations to the School of Communications to meet with students seeking internships, employment opportunities and career advice.
An article by Associate Professor Andy Haile in a forthcoming issue of the University of Richmond Law Review points to the 1993 Religious Freedom Restoration Act as a possible defense for conscientious objectors who refuse to serve in some, but not all, wars.
Mark Mallon, assistant professor of strategic management, researched the in-crisis performance of multinational enterprises in relation to pre-crisis development of asset management capabilities.
Barnett, associate provost for academic and inclusive excellence at Elon, was one of eight new directors named to the national organization’s board.
The High Point, N.C. FOX affiliate produced an extended segment on the program, launched in 2017, for its Buckley Report.
IN STORE ONLY: Feb. 14 receive an additional 50 percent off the sticker price on all Elon clearance items (cannot be combined with any other offer or discount).
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 book, "Ritual Innovation: Strategic Interventions in South Asian Religion," features 13 chapters written by renowned scholars of religion in South Asia.
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.
The School of Communications faculty members published “The Student-Run Agency: Transitioning from Student to Professional” to serve as a guide for students to navigate their way through the student agency experience.
This workshop will teach students to write as a social scientist by reviewing common genres in the discipline, identifying typical writing features, and examining expected styles, etc.
The Center for Writing Excellence and Teaching and Learning Technologies is pairing up for a winter-term workshop focused on writing. If you’re planning to assign writing this winter or spring and would like to use Moodle to streamline your feedback/grading process, please consider joining us.
Teaching and Learning Technologies staff members, Dan Reis and Michael Vaughn, represent Elon's Maker Hub at two international conferences and share the important role making can play in education.
Join us for a Lunch and Learn on Writing Effective Letters of Recommendation for your students.
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.
The annual waste-reduction competition runs through March 2, with participants earning rewards for adopting habits that reduce landfill waste.
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.”
Tom Arcaro, professor of sociology, writes in this column for the Elon University Writers Syndicate about the economic consequences of ending temporary protection status for hundreds of thousands of immigrants.
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.
Meredith Allison and Erin Martin '16 publish paper in International Journal of Law, Crime and Justice
Meredith Allison and alumna Erin Martin co-authored an article on Canadian and American perceptions of sex offender registries with colleague Sandy Jung of MacEwan University in Canada.
The Center for Engaged Learning (CEL) accepted 24 participants for its 2018 - 2020 research seminar on Capstone Experiences.
Overman was invited to share research findings with colleagues at Duke's Center for Cognitive Neuroscience.
Abby Deese, a reference librarian at Elon University School of Law, travels to Illinois in April for professional development and networking opportunities at the 2018 American Association of Law Librarians Leadership Academy.
Religious Studies Professor Geoffrey Claussen's new article appears in the journal Polin.
Assistant Professor of Political Science and Policy Studies Damion Blake writes for The Conversation about the source of money that's funding increased violence in his home country.
Elon Law scholars Catherine Dunham and David Levine believe it will take the courage of young people to speak out against demeaning comments by their peers and colleagues to fully attack sexual harrassment in the workplace.
A lineup of events in February will honor African-American contributions to the campus and the world as Elon University celebrates Black History Month.
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."
Peer-reviewed scientific study by Overman and co-authors shows that age differences in memory can depend on the way that visual information is presented.
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.
Tony Crider, associate professor of physics, has been involved with the Reacting to the Past initiative, which uses role-playing games as instructional tools in the classroom, for more than a decade.
UNCG's Department of Psychology invited the Assistant Professor of Psychology Sabrina Thurman to give a talk as part of the Hard Data Cafe series.
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.
The Elon alumnus produced a full-length documentary titled “A Year with Betty Gold” that chronicles the life of acclaimed artist Betty Gold. The final product earned raved reviews at an annual festival in Wisconsin.
Monthly live webinars through TIAA’s Virtual Environment