Kernodle Center’s Get on the Bus Initiative encourages students to volunteer in the community
Students can volunteer with local organizations in the Get on the Bus effort through Nov. 8.
Carpenter offers look at social media as a tool for teachers in Distinguished Scholar Award lecture
Associate Professor of Education Jeffrey Carpenter, who heads the Teaching Fellows program, delivered the 2019-20 Distinguished Scholar Award lecture on Monday, Oct. 14. He offered an overview of his research into how teachers use social media as a professional development tool and to build connections with colleagues around the globe.
Former N.C. judge: Be a lawyer, not a ‘legal services provider’
During his keynote remarks for an evening awards banquet, the Hon. Robert N. Hunter Jr. encouraged dozens of students from law schools across the country who competed in Elon Law’s 10th Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition to learn from mistakes and to recognize the value of the work they perform for clients.
Former U.S. Attorney makes case for battling public corruption
Preet Bharara served as the top federal prosecutor in Manhattan from 2009-2017, and during his visit to North Carolina to deliver Elon Law’s 2019-20 Distinguished Leadership Lecture, he underscored the need to hold people in power accountable for their crimes, which leads to a stronger democracy.
School of Communications mourns the death of advisory board member Ken White
The former broadcast television news director served on the school’s National Advisory Board for nearly two decades, offering invaluable insight and advice on the communications and television industries to students, faculty and staff.
Elon to host Veterans Day Observance ceremony on Nov. 11
The annual Veterans Day Observance ceremony pays tribute to members of the Elon community who have proudly served their country.
Preet Bharara weighs in on issues surrounding the impeachment inquiry
Bharara, the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York in Manhattan, visited Elon Thursday to deliver the Elon Law Distinguished Leadership Lecture.
Kelly Furnas judges journalism competition in Shanghai
The lecturer in the School of Communications served as the lead judge for the 2019 Youth Observation Contest, a student competition organized by the Journalism Education Association of China.
The Elon ExperiencesAbout Experiential Learning
Honors Fellows research takes Taylor Garner '20 to the West Bank
Garner spend two months during the past summer conducting field research that included interviewing more than 20 women about their memories of political violence.
Fall 2019 Job and Internship Expo connects students with career possibilities
Students met face to face with more than 80 potential employers at the Student Professional Development Center's Fall 2019 Job and Internship Expo.
A SURE thing: Alumni discuss benefits of undergraduate research
Cecily Basquin '16 and Sabrina Campelo '18 spoke about the importance of their undergraduate research experience at a second luncheon for the Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences (SURE) program.
'Leading From Your Seat' – Words of wisdom from President Connie Ledoux Book
President Connie Book shared her leadership experience with the Isabella Cannon Leadership Fellows at their first Fellows Forum.