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  1. Elon Law educator invited to NCBA leadership program

    Marissa Meredith, a Legal Method and Communication Fellow, is one of 16 attorneys participating in the 2019 North Carolina Bar Association Leadership Academy for emerging legal leaders who want to enhance interpersonal and communication skills.

  2. Madzima, Hall, Nepocatych and alumni publish article

    Assistant Professor of Exercise Science Takudzwa Madzima, Professor of Exercise Dr. Eric Hall, and Associate Professor of Exercise Science Dr. Svetlana Nepocatych have published a new study with Elon Alumni Jonas Black ’17 and Jared Melanson ’17  showing that varying doses of whey and casein protein consumed prior to sleep do not alter next morning appetite, affective mood states and levels of the stress hormone cortisol.

  3. Tuition Remission Request

    Reminder: Tuition remission requests for Faculty/Staff and qualifying dependents will now be completed in OnTrack.

     

  4. L.M. Wood: a kind, gentle woman

    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. 

  5. Swimelar publishes article on nationalism and LGBT rights in the Balkans

    Associate Professor of Political Science and coordinator of International and Global Studies Safia Swimelar's recent research looks at the way that nationalism helps explain varying LGBT rights policies in two Southeast European states, Croatia and Serbia.  Her article was published in the peer-reviewed journal East European Politics and Societies.  

  6. Elon Law spokesman honored by college news association

    Eric Townsend, director of communications for Elon University School of Law, received the College News Association of the Carolinas' 2019 H. Lewis Gaston Award for outstanding service to CNAC and accomplishments in public relations in higher education.

  7. Donors set new records on Elon Day 2019

    Alumni, students, families, faculty, staff and friends gave 6,376 gifts and more than $2.3 million in honor of the day, propelling this year’s Elon Day celebration to new heights.

  8. English Language Teaching Symposium creates community

    The first Elon University English Language Teaching Symposium was held Saturday, Feb. 16, bringing together more than 100 local educators for presentations, active learning sessions and two keynote presentations by national leaders in English language education. The ELT Symposium focused on the theme of "Bridging Divides | Creating Community."