Schedule, plans announced for Winter Term & Spring Semester
Read this note for adjusted dates and other key information about the second half of this academic year.
The 2020 Election at Elon: A guide to events and post-election resources
The university is planning a number of events and initiatives for the campus community to watch the results on Election Night and discuss the outcomes after all the votes are counted.
Committee on Elon History & Memory releases report
The 52-page report includes 13 recommendations for action and 10 stories that explore difficult moments in Elon’s history.
Ready & Resilient Update: Testing results and Level 3
This Oct. 29 update from the Ready & Resilient Committee provides insight into the results so far from the increased testing effort and looks at next steps the university is prepared to take.
Andrew Scarlata ’19 teaches the basics beyond baseball for the Washington Nationals
The Elon alumnus, who studied sport management and Spanish, is finishing up his first season as the player education and cultural development coordinator for the MLB organization.
Washington Post report on study abroad during the pandemic features Elon
Rhonda Waller, executive director of global engagement, talked with the national news outlet about how the university is addressing the challenges that come with study abroad during the pandemic.
Emery Eisner ’22 receives Pulitzer Center’s Climate Science Reporting Fellowship
The journalism major will investigate climate injustice in Robeson County, examining a region devastated by two hurricanes in recent years.
New PSA produced by Eric Hernandez ’16 calls on Americans to vote
The Elon graduate, who works as a producer and director for Rocky Mountain PBS, teamed with fellow Elon alumni to create a public service announcement that provides a "symbolic journey through America's history of voting rights."
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.
Oliver Smith ’22, Tripp Hill ’22 reflect on internships promoting ‘The Rising Hawk’ action film
The School of Communications juniors teamed up with Elon alumnus Nathan Moore ’02, the film’s producer, to create content for promotion and social media in advance of the VOD release of the Ukrainian-American historical action film.
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