Organized by the International and Global Studies Program, the panel discussion focused on international events that have received little coverage by the media.
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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.
The Alamance County Board of Elections is hosting early voting at three locations from Oct. 17-Nov. 3.
Heather Lindenman, assistant professor of English, recently published three essays: one about student revision practices and two about community-engaged writing.
The Elon community is ready to mobilize in response to the many disaster recovery efforts under way in the wake of Hurricane Florence. Read this message from Student Life Vice President Jon Dooley.
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.
A series of videos featuring a variety of leaders from around Elon University's campus with helpful advice on how to stay safe during Hurricane Florence.
Bedard ’17, Tolmie author paper published in Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management
Alumna Stephanie Bedard ’17 and Assistant Professor Carri Tolmie explore the role of social media in Millennials’ green consumption behavior.
The 2018 Campaign begins after last year’s success, where Elon raised $51,248.14 for the United Way.
Janet Lee Warman has a poem posted in downtown Winston-Salem during the month of September as part of the city's Poetry in Plain Sight initiative.
Elon offers pluralistic prayer services and community meals on campus as part of Rosh Hashanah.
Amy L. Allocco, Geoffrey Claussen, and Brian Pennington co-wrote a chapter that characterizes the distinctive approach taken by Elon's new interreligious studies minor.
Kathleen Stansberry, assistant professor of communications, was a guest on the statewide news program from Spectrum News for a discussion about political censorship on social media.
Associate Professor of Religious Studies Pamela D. Winfield presented her research on Zen Buddhism at two international symposia in Asia this summer.
Assistant Professor of Biology Jen Hamel and current Elon student Alina Iwan '19 co-authored a research presentation for the 2nd International Symposium on Biotermology in Riva del Garda, Italy.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of Sociology Tom Arcaro honors the work performed by humanitarian aid workers around the world on Aug. 19, World Humanitarian Day.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Dean Rochelle Ford of the School of Communications makes the argument that the freedom of the press is a cornerstone of a free society.
Two recent publications were a result of Vandermaas-Peeler's semester as a visiting faculty member at DIS, Study Abroad in Scandinavia.
Shefali Christopher, assistant professor of physical therapy education, worked with the athletes at the World Parathriathlon Championship in Iseo, Italy.
Raj Ghoshal and Alexis Franzese presented research in August at the American Sociological Association's Media Sociology Preconference and its Teaching & Learning Symposium.
Rena Zito, assistant professor of sociology, and co-authors Stacy De Coster and Jennifer Lutz of N.C. State University have published a chapter in The Handbook of Race, Ethnicity, Crime, and Justice.
Assistant professors Tracey Thurnes and Cindy Bennett in the Department of Physician Assistant Studies recently authored articles that appeared in a variety of publications.
Faculty members in the United Kingdom will teach courses and conducting research through the U.S.-U.K. exchange program.
The associate professor of communications analyzed how U.S. President Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto communicated during the first 100 days of Trump’s term regarding the community of Mexican immigrants living in the United States.
Elon faculty & students attended the Forced Migration Institute, presenting and participating in discussions on current refugee and immigrant policies
Meeting highlights included Elon’s Beta Alpha Psi president winning the Project Run With It competition and Professor Susan Anderson receiving the Business Information Professional of the Year Award.
Jason Husser, associate professor of political science and director of the Elon University Poll, offered his thoughts on the implications from a recent court ruling in the lawsuit challenging the state's Congressional districts.
Meet President Connie Ledoux Book at 7 a.m. each Tuesday for a two-mile fitness walk around campus.
Assistant Professor Jen Hamel's co-authors on the peer-reviewed research article include three recent Elon graduates who contributed to the study as part of their undergraduate research experiences.
The local NBC affiliate featured Rich Landesberg, associate professor of communications, who recounted how as a college student he was assigned to interview the late Arizona senator.
Former directors of Elon's Honors Program headed workshops in Monterrey, Mexico, and Winchester, Virginia.
Students, faculty, and Staff are encouraged to bring their reusable mug to College Coffee each week for a chance to win $100 Phoenix Cash.
A. L. Hook Emerging Scholar Jen Dabrowski authored a peer-reviewed article in the journal Nature Reviews Chemistry
Katy Rouse publishes study on the effects of year-round schooling on teacher turnover, composition and qualifications
The B.E. Journal of Economic Analysis & Policy article examines the academic impacts of year-round school calendars in California.
A grant from the Alamance Community Foundation has been awarded to the Department of Human Service Studies to support the work of senior course.
French faculty members Sophie Adamson, Patti Burns, Olivia Choplin, and Sarah Glasco represented Elon's French program at the 91st annual convention of the American Association of Teachers of French.
Faculty members were recognized on Aug. 20 for excellence in mentoring, service and leadership, teaching and scholarship.
Planning Week marks the start of the academic year and provides an opportunity for faculty receiving funding from the Faculty Research and Development Committee to present their work.
A new article written for The Conversation by President Emeritus Leo M. Lambert, Assistant Provost Peter Felten and Associate Professor Jason Husser explains that strong relationships with faculty, staff and peers are key to a rewarding college experience.
Jeffrey Carpenter, associate professor of education and director of the Teaching Fellows program, published the article in the peer-reviewed journal Learning, Media, & Technology.
Join President Connie Ledoux Book and the Elon Phoenix for a flight around campus and a video preview of the upcoming year.
Barbara Cini L'11 will develop and execute a comprehensive development program that includes major gifts, corporation and foundation relations, donor relations, and alumni engagement.
Buffie Longmire-Avital, associate professor of psychology, and alumna Chelsea McQueen ‘15 publish an article in a top Women’s Studies journal on the relationship between race-related stress and emotional eating for black collegiate women.