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The festival on April 28, 2015, will feature the creative work of students in ART 362/462: Video Art and Animation, alongside submissions selected from a national and international call for artwork.
Join us at 7 a.m. or 3 p.m. in Moseley - Lakeside Hall 213
The school hosted its annual awards ceremony on April 23 to recognize high achievement from students and faculty in the last year.
An annual awards program held April 23 recognized the academic success and service of those involved with the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business.
The professor of English and education has two poems in the Main Street Rag anthology Crossing Lines.
The associate professor of political science and policy studies took part in March 2015 in the Mellon Globalization Forum at Sewanee: the University of the South.
The February program brought together scholars from Europe and the United States to discuss the state of LGBT rights in both regions.
The School of Communications instructor directed and produced an award-winning documentary that highlights the issue of bird poaching in Europe. Following this month’s U.S. theatrical premiere in New York City, the film will be screened in other select cities across the country.
Dozens of people, including close family and friends, gathered Wednesday near Whitley Auditorium to remember Darlene Boggs, a university employee who died last summer.
Geoffrey Claussen, Lori and Eric Sklut Emerging Scholar in Jewish Studies and Assistant Professor in the Department of Religious Studies, presented a paper at Wake Forest University's April 2015 International Conference on Religion, Violence and Peace.
In "Mexico in Verse: A History of Music, Rhyme, and Power", Associate Professor of History Michael Matthews, along with Stephen Neufeld of Cal State Fullerton, use music and poetry to gain access to the worldviews and beliefs of ordinary people often overlooked in the historical narrative.
A new website for the technology, law and policy radio show and podcast hosted by Elon Law Professor David Levine features a mobile-friendly design, a new logo, expanded social network links and an embedded audio player for each show post.
The long-time Merck & Co. executive and New York University professor will help facilitate the corporate communications emphasis of Elon University’s new M.S. in Management, which begins in fall 2015.
In the lead up to Earth Day 2015, Associate Professor Dave Gammon writes for regional newspapers about the falling costs of solar energy and the bright news ahead for both the environment and industry.
Cherrel Miller Dyce, assistant professor of education and faculty fellow for the Center for Race, Ethnicity, & Diversity Education, presented a program model for mentoring black males at The Association for Social and Behavioral Scientist, Inc. 80th Annual Conference in Fayetteville, N.C., March 18-22, 2015.
The North Carolina Association of CPAs is honoring the associate professor for her dedication and commitment to the field of accounting education.
Communication adjunct presents doctoral research at New York University.
Public talks peek behind the scenes of the deeply moving musical "Next to Normal" and explore its representation of a family coping with mental illness
The associate professor of psychology will bring an accomplished history of teaching and research to her new role in the Elon University Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning.
Elon Law Professor David Levine calls for the public release of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement, challenges the secret process by which the agreement was created and says "fast track" authority by Congress will result in the exclusion of expert and public input that could improve the international agreement.
The dean of Elon University School of Law offers four steps to reinvent legal education in an April 15 article for the ABA Journal’s “The New Normal” series.
An Elon University assistant professor, and a junior sport and event management major, will have prominent roles in the collegiate recreational sports organization, particularly with issues relating to its April 2016 conference held in Kissimmee, Florida.
For each of the past five years, Associate Professor Dave Gammon has conducted an annual bird count in the Elon University Forest, and his most recent census indicates plenty of good news for those with avian DNA.
Rodney Parks received the Emerging Leader Award this month from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers.
Is the reason you're missing training and development opportunities because there needs to be someone in your office to answer calls, welcome visitors or perform basic office skills?
Requesting a temporary student employee may be the solution.
The lecturer in the Department of Political Science and Policy Studies talked with host Jeremy Hobson about the symbolism and implications of President Barack Obama's April 8 visit to Jamaica.
Heidi Hollingsworth, assistant professor of education, and co-authors published an article in Early Childhood Research Quarterly
The assistant professor of sport and event management led three separate presentations relating to her work with a new Wiley book series, titled “New Directions for Student Leadership."
In his 2015 Distinguished Scholar Lecture, DeLoach discussed the role of financial services in alleviating extreme poverty.
Four members of the faculty at Elon Law travelled to Florida to participate in the 14th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute, held June 27 through July 1.
Elon Law professor Catherine Wasson was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Association of Legal Writing Directors (ALWD). She will begin a three-year term on August 1. ALWD is a professional association of legal educators, the majority of whom are responsible for administering legal writing programs at more than 150 schools in the United States.
Catherine Wasson, associate professor of law and director of the legal writing and research program at Elon Law, spoke at the 7th Biennial Conference of the Association of Legal Writing Directors, held July 16-18 at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
On July 3, Catherine Wasson, Associate Professor at Elon University School of Law, gave a presentation on assessment techniques for legal writing courses at a law conference in Pretoria, South Africa.
On Tuesday, March 31 Paula DiBiasio and Diane Duffy kicked off a 6 week series “The Science of Movement” with “It Takes a Village” Project.
The assistant professor of anthropology analyzed the official narratives told about the city of Asmara between 1890 and today.
Assistant Professor of Biology Jen Hamel, together with Savannah Nease and Dr. Christine Miller of the University of Florida, published a research article in the current issue of the journal Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology
His paper was about the methodological challenges and the lessons learned from conducting ethnography among migrants in Washington, D.C.
The associate professor of communications publishes her research on women's surfing in North Carolina.
Mina Garcia, an associate professor of Spanish, presented a paper in March at the Association of Hispanic Classical Theater Conference.
Four Elon faculty members contributed to the latest issue of New Directions for Teaching and Learning.
The professors’ research explores the effects that corruption and diversity have on innovation across countries.
Assistant Professor Max Negin recently worked as an ESPN replay operator for several NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Tournament contests, including the Greensboro Region final from March 27-29, 2015.