Elon track & field athletes, coach earn top CAA honors
Kemei, Ahm Earn CAA Athlete of the Year awards, Elliston is Coach of the Year
Randy Williams honored as a ‘Leader in Diversity’ by the Triad Business Journal
Williams, vice president and associate provost for inclusive excellence at Elon, was a member of the inaugural class of honorees recognized by the regional business publication.
Elon students, faculty perform for a re-emerging Florence, Italy
Seventeen months ago, programs at The Elon Center in Florence were cancelled as the city was gripped by the first wave of COVID-19 outside of China. This summer, Elon students are performing with professional musicians in some of the city's first concerts since Florence reopened this month.
Elon engineering dives into water research
Looking to the future of clean water, senior engineers develop floating constructed wetlands and water-quality sensors in a senior capstone project. A gift from the Meier family of Portland, Oregon, launched the ongoing water research project.
Elon LEADS Impact: Spotlight on Scholarships
The Odyssey Scholarship Program offers opportunities for students like Jewel Tillman ’21 to become leaders on campus and after graduation. Growing the number of scholarships to produce graduates the world needs is the top priority of the Elon LEADS campaign.
Bacon, El Sallaly receive the CAA Leadership and Sport Excellence Award
The award recognizes one student-athlete in each of 19 CAA sports for representing the highest standards of teamwork, integrity, leadership and sportsmanship in athletic and academic achievements.
Elon announces vaccination policies for 2021-2022
All students will be required to provide documentation of being fully vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine. See details...
Mark Cryan addresses baseball safety measures in News & Observer article
The assistant professor in the Sport Management Department offered insights on how baseball players and organizations view safety protection, a national topic following Durham Bulls pitcher Tyler Zombro sustaining a head injury from a line drive.
Zora Stephenson ’15 named NBC Sports basketball reporter for Tokyo Olympics
The former Elon women's basketball team captain who has served as the sideline reporter for the Milwaukee Bucks during the past two seasons, will continue with NBC Sports following the Olympic Games.
Tours of African-American Cultural Arts & History Center shed light on Black history in Alamance County
The tours for members of the Elon University community on Friday, June 18, were organized by Elon's Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education to recognize and celebrate the Juneteenth holiday this year.
The Elon ExperiencesAbout Experiential Learning
Eight selected to teach, research abroad through Fulbright Program
These current students and alumni have been selected for the prestigious program that offers opportunities for recent graduates in more than 140 countries.
American history, TV intersect in internship experience for Elon anthropology major
Anthropology major Mary Kate Mauney '23 is studying a pre-revolutionary battle as it relates to one of her favorite televisions shows during an internship in Burlington, North Carolina.
New Pew/Imagining the Internet report raises concerns about artificial intelligence
Tech experts worry about the use of AI to optimize profits and social control
Alumni in Action: Jamie Snover ’20 Raises Crucial Funds for Shelter Animals during Texas Storm
The recent graduate worked through COVID-19 and the Texas winter storm to generate funds for Austin Pets Alive!, a no-kill animal shelter in Austin.
Six new fellows prepare for year of service with Alamance County organizations
Six members of the Class of 2021 participated in a signing ceremony at Lindner Amphitheatre to formalize their participation in the service-year program offered by Elon in partnership with local organizations. Six fellows who have completed their year of service were also recognized.