Senior Honors Fellows head online to defend theses
Thesis defenses are a benchmark of Elon's four-year Honors Program, a culmination of two or more years of intensive, mentor-led research.
Library Liaison Program still offering personalized service to Elon community
Searching for a chapter in a book or help with an upcoming research paper? The Belk Library Liaison Program is still available to help Elon students, faculty and staff with all their library needs.
Elon Alumni in Action: Tony Weaver Jr. ’16 offering free educational resources amid pandemic
Weird Enough Productions, an education technology company founded by the strategic communications and theatre arts alumnus, is making its lesson plans and activities free for teachers, students and parents as schools close in response to COVID-19.
Elon receives STARS Silver Rating for sustainability achievements
The university has earned a STARS Silver Rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE).
Students learn about data science in the time of COVID-19
During Gordon Professor Haya Ajjan’s class on data mining, SAS data science leaders shared how analytics can be used to extract insights into coronavirus-related issues.
Campus Recreation and Wellness offering virtual group exercise classes
Campus Recreation and Wellness will offer a series of online group exercise classes to help people stay physically fit and mentally well during this period of social distancing.
Elon faculty leading study of effects of COVID-19 outbreak on relationships, families
"Lockdown Labor: Examining the effects of time at home with loved ones" to delve into stay-at-home orders' impact on relationships and families as we juggle work life, home life and parenting in close quarters
Pamela Winfield: A meditation on Buddhism in the time of pandemic
Pamela Winfield is an associate professor of religious studies.
WATCH: Elon delivers ‘Hamlet-At-Home’ performance
After the cancelation of its scheduled production of the iconic Shakespeare work due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Department of Performing Arts used Facebook Live and videoconferencing to deliver a unique performance online.
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