faculty & staff
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.
The assistant professor of marketing presented research on how online conversations as electronic word-of-mouth information via social media networks affects business outcomes.
A seminar that will offer essential information about the federal Medicare program is being offered at Elon for faculty and staff approaching the age of 65.
Students and staff members from the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement and the Center for Leadership attended the Active Citizens Conference on February 21, 2015 at the College of William and Mary.
Elon faculty and staff are eligible for a discount on tuition at The Burlington School for the 2015-16 school year.
Elon faculty and staff are eligible for discounts from three different rental car companies.
Elon's faculty and staff can get their taxes done free this week at Liberty Tax Service.
The paper is on how the open source software community of developers uses insults, double entendres, and gender-based stereotypes in their workplace dialogue.
The librarians presented their collaborations with campus and community partners in service learning and civic engagement at the 2015 Pathways to Achieving Civic Engagement Conference.
A team that includes Associate Professor Janet MacFall and Assistant Professor Ryan Kirk will use a $25,000 grant from the state Department of Commerce to help grow retail opportunities for farmers in two North Carolina counties.
The Center for Writing Excellence is offering an upcoming Writing Boot Camp for faculty and staff on Feburary 21st from 9am-4pm in Moseley, room 215.
Undergraduate researchers from Physics, Engineering, and Chemistry present at an international biophysics conference
Matt Bausch ’16, Aaron Neaves ’16, and David Han ’17 presented at the 59 Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society in Baltimore, Maryland, February 8-11.
Faculty and staff workshop on Designing Effective Writing Assignments, Tuesday Feburary 24, 2:30-3:40pm.
Kenn Gaither, an associate professor and associate dean in the School of Communications, writes in regional newspapers about his experience growing up the son of a civil rights activist and what a recent South Carolina courtroom decision says about today's struggles for social justice.
The volume discusses the interconnections between international public relations and public diplomacy. The School of Communications professor’s chapter examines diaspora relations.
Elon University was represented at the 2015 MTEA Conference held at NYU Steinhardt from Jan. 9-11, 2015.
Coordinator of Instruction and Outreach Librarian Patrick Rudd led library service work at Ekukhanyisweni Primary School during the Winter Term study abroad class to South Africa.
Carmen Monico delivers workshop on illegal adoption & child abduction to Guatemalan Council on Adoption
The assistant professor of human service studies had studied the topic as part of her doctoral dissertation and it remains one of her areas of scholarship.
Elon Law Professor Michael Rich explored the implications of new technology in the identification of likely criminals at the 2015 Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting.
A column titled "Vaccines, school contamination and the science of complex systems" appeared in the Feb. 13 edition of the Winston-Salem Journal.
Elon Law Professor Heather Scavone examines U.S. justifications for family detention of immigrant women and children, spotlighting a lack of legal representation for these families, as part the “Elon Law Now” series of faculty analysis and commentary about current legal issues.
Two School of Education faculty members will present at the Annual conference of the Association of Teacher Educators on February 15th, 2015, in Phoenix, Arizona
Research co-authored by the associate professor of management examines job attitudes and behaviors of employees in the workplace.
FOX's "Empire," one of 2015's most popular new television programs, is setting Hollywood records for audience growth, and Associate Professor Naeemah Clark writes in a column for regional newspapers about some of the reasons behind its success.
Professor of Music Thomas Erdmann had an article published in a professional women's arts journal.
Sharon Spray and Laura Roselle of Elon's Department of Political Science and Policy Studies authored "Research & Writing in Comparative Politics," which was published in January 2015.
Informing national debate about the role of government in stemming the spread of measles, Elon Law Professor Helen Grant offers analysis of current vaccination laws and points to potential gaps in U.S. health law. Grant's commentary is the first in a weekly “Elon Law Now” series providing faculty analysis of current legal issues.
Speakers from Princeton University and Elon University will take audiences inside the popular musical in series of short pre-performance talks.
Elon Law Dean Luke Bierman writes in the inaugural issue of the Journal of Experiential Learning about reinventing legal education to prepare lawyers for success in a world moving rapidly toward 22nd century thought and practice.
Catalog Librarian Shannon Tennant spoke about library instruction at the midwinter American Library Association conference in Chicago on Jan. 31, 2015.
"Germany and China: Transnational Encounters since the Eighteenth Century" includes chapters Crowe authored, including one that was co-written by an Elon alumna who recently completed graduate work at Columbia University.
The Writing Excellence Initiative is inviting the campus community to learn more this spring about faculty and staff projects designed to enhance writing instruction in all types of classes at Elon University.
Associate Professor Shawn Tucker in the Department of Art and Art History had an anthology of source documents on the virtues and vices in the arts published by Cascade Press.
Associate Professor Mathew Gendle writes for several regional newspapers about the impact drug laws have on foreign nations and how changes to American policies will create civic stability elsewhere, which can influence the number of people seeking refuge in the United States.
Antonette Barilla advances new approaches to enhance learning outcomes in law school and across higher education
Elon Law Professor Antonette Barilla recently presented scholarship at regional and international conferences on the benefits of classical instruction in rhetoric within legal education and on teaching techniques for increasingly diverse graduate program classrooms.
Michael Gannaway, the former vice president of VF Corporation, will share insights and advice with business students.
The Campus Technology Service Desk has recently received several reports of targeted messages asking users to update their Elon account information.
The university's home page won the People's Choice Best Redesign Award in a contest hosted by eduStyle.
The father of Kenn Gaither, associate dean in the School of Communications, helped shape the Civil Rights Movement when he was among a group of young men who in 1961 used a "jail, no bail" tactic at a segregated South Carolina lunch counter. Their convictions were vacated on Jan. 28, 2015 - nearly 54 years to the day after their arrests.
Assistant Professor Yilun Shi’s research examines the domestic stock price response to foreign capital issuance by Indian firms.
The head coach of the Elon Phoenix women's basketball team is the most decorated player in North Carolina women's basketball history. An induction banquet and ceremony takes place in May.
The faculty member in the Department of Environmental Studies traveled in January to Washington, D.C., for an event attended by representatives from organizations such as the Peace Corps, Catholic Relief Services and Heifer International.
Robin French '15 and Assistant Professor Chad Awtrey presented at the Joint Mathematics Meetings from Jan. 10-13, 2015, in San Antonio, Texas.
Jamie Albright '13 and Professor Cynthia "Cindy" Fair researched barriers to communication between medical providers and adolescents born with HIV.