2022 James P. Elder Lecture to feature renowned historian William Ferris on April 14
Ferris, the Joel R. Williamson Eminent Professor of History Emeritus at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the former chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities, will present on his book and exhibit, “I AM A MAN: Photographs of the Civil Rights Movement, 1960-1970.”
Love, leadership and activism lifted in ‘Stories of Alamance County’
The Power and Place Collaborative's second collection of digital stories documenting the lives of Alamance County's Black community premiered Dec. 4 and are available at its website and through the African American Cultural Arts and History Center.
Alumni in Action: Amanda Limoges Loughran ’15 takes her communication skills to the front lines
Amanda Limoges Loughran '15 credits her time at Elon, specifically at Live Oak Communications, for her success in the COVID-19 communications industry.
Breaking Barriers: Lumen Scholar Deena Elrefai ’22 researches reproductive health of Latinx women in Alamance County
Public health and international & global studies double major Elrefa and with her mentor, Associate Professor Stephanie Baker, focus their Lumen Prize research on disparities among the Latinx community and reproductive health.
David Vandermast shares expertise about plant ecology in WXII report about Pilot Mountain wildfires
Vandermast, associate professor of biology, was interviewed for the report by the NBC affiliate on the fire that claimed more than 1,000 acres around the regional landmark.
Elon community enjoys annual Festival of Lights and Luminaries
Over 2,400 luminaries and 50,000 lights illuminated the Historic Neighborhood, Under the Oaks and the Lambert Academic Village.
Information about Winter Break campus safety and services
Read this note for safety tips during Winter Break and information about campus services.
Tonmoy Islam offers insights for Triad Business Journal article on megasite, PTI projects
The article examines the potential impact from a planned Toyota battery plant and aircraft manufacturing facility at the airport that could mean 12,000 jobs for the region.
The Elon ExperiencesAbout Experiential Learning
Eight selected to teach, research abroad through Fulbright Program
These current students and alumni have been selected for the prestigious program that offers opportunities for recent graduates in more than 140 countries.
Ashlyn Crain '22 focuses on marine life conservation and education during Edisto Beach internship
A Lumen Scholar and Goldwater Scholar, Crain spent the summer at Edisto Beach State Park in South Carolina researching loggerhead sea turtle nests.
New Elon/Pew report: Will online forums become more or less toxic?
Will digital public spaces be more or less toxic by 2035? Many experts expect improvement, while some predict things will worsen.
Alumni in Action: Jamie Snover ’20 Raises Crucial Funds for Shelter Animals during Texas Storm
The recent graduate worked through COVID-19 and the Texas winter storm to generate funds for Austin Pets Alive!, a no-kill animal shelter in Austin.