President Book, campus leaders discuss Common Reading book ‘Biased’
In a panel discussion led by Naeemah Clark, coordinator for diversity, inclusion and equity initiatives in the Elon Core Curriculum, President Book and other campus leaders recently discussed the university's Common Reading book "Biased" by Jennifer L. Eberhardt.
Odyssey Program ‘family’ shapes student’s success before and after graduation
Nicholas Moon ’20 shares how Elon’s Odyssey Scholarship Program builds long-term relationships that create powerful opportunities. Deepening scholarship funding is one of the top priorities of the Elon LEADS Campaign.
Elon leaders applaud reversal of ICE action on international students
UPDATE: On Tuesday, July 14, the federal government rescinded a policy change that would have required international students to return to their home countries if there was a full shift to online learning this fall.
Willem Butler ’22 wins Broadway singing competition
Willem Butler ’22 has been named the national college winner of the first-ever BroadwayWorld “Next On Stage” competition.
July 10 update from the Ready & Resilient Committee
The Ready & Resilient Committee provides details on a range of topics related to Fall semester.
Grace Terry ’21 named Best Designer in the South
The communication design and international business double major was recently recognized in the Society of Professional Journalists’ Green Eyeshade Awards competition.
Elon’s 2020 faculty and staff retirees recognized
Elon University saw 21 faculty and staff members retire this academic year.
Intern Insights: Elon students help people across the country share their stories
This summer nine School of Communications students are interning virtually at RadicalMedia, working on PBS’s American Portrait project.
The Elon ExperiencesAbout Experiential Learning
Periclean Scholars shooting documentary films in Cuba during Winter Term
Follow along with these students on social media as they learn more about the history, culture and perspectives that exist on the Caribbean island.
Career Moves: SPDC helps a student unlock the door to a five-star career with Hilton
Kelly Valerio’20 used the support she found at the Student Professional Development Center staff to build her professional network and understand the value of using keywords to land a job related to her passion for travel and her experience with the hospitality industry.
Engineering students seek patent for transdermal patch design, control system
Elon seniors Matt Foster and Michael Borucki wanted to improve the nicotine patch. Their unique solution wowed faculty, will be the engineering program's senior capstone project and could change treatment for addiction.
Center for Leadership and the Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education host Intersect Conference
The annual Intersect Conference provides the opportunity for staff, faculty and students to learn through sessions and dialogue