Today at Elon
White coat and pinning ceremony for Elon nursing students urges them to ‘make things happen’
Forty-seven ABSN and BSN Elon students received their white coats and 14 graduating ABSN students were pinned during a joint White Coat and Pinning Ceremony on Friday, Dec. 1.
Elon launches new Global Film & Cultures minor
The new interdisciplinary minor is a collaborative offering from the Department of English and the Department of Cinema & Television Arts.
Light Unites: Elon community celebrates winter traditions during Festival of Lights and Luminaries
Thousands of luminarias and lights illuminated Elon's campus during the community-favorite event.
Global IP attorney to deliver Elon Law Commencement address
Jack B. Hicks, a partner with the international law firm of Womble Bond Dickinson and a longtime friend of Elon University School of Law, will highlight a December ceremony for 140 graduates in the Class of 2023.
Chris Chen’s new research examines information processing on mobile phones vs. PCs
The assistant professor of communication design coauthored a new paper in New Media & Society, a peer-reviewed academic journal covering the field of communications.
Build a Bridge: Elon teacher candidates support people with refugee backgrounds through Welcome New Neighbor initiative
The Welcome New Neighbor initiative is a collaboration between the Dr. Jo Watts Williams School of Education and community partners that resettle and support people with refugee backgrounds in Burlington and nearby communities.
Power and Place Collaborative shares stories of faith in community
Stories of Alamance County: Spaces of Faith and Spiritual Diversity was the culmination of a semester of community dialogue and students’ oral history projects.
In My Words: Six principles to shape AI policies and practices in higher education
This column by President Connie Ledoux Book and Scholar-in-residence Lee Rainie focused on how higher education should engage with artificial intelligence was distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate.
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Profiles of Resilience: Megan Curling ‘23
Curling is one of the members of the graduating class to be featured on Today at Elon as a "profile of resilience" for her ability to adapt and succeed in the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Campus Alamance students, partners gather to celebrate summer internships
During summer 2023, the innovative program saw more than 40 Elon students working with a range of Alamance County businesses and organizations through university-funded internships.
Crunching the numbers: Emily Alps ‘24 gains real-world economic consulting experience
Working closely with her mentor, Assistant Professor of Economics Brooks Depro, Alps took a deep dive into what the recent expansion of local business facility meant to Alamance County.
Leadership Fellow creates guide to juvenile justice system
Part of Morgan Earp L'22’s legacy at Elon Law will be an online resource she developed for North Carolina parents and guardians whose children find themselves facing criminal charges.