2020 Top 10 Under 10 Alumni Award recipients announced
The honorees, young alumni who have achieved major professional success, serve as difference-makers in their communities and loyally support Elon as partners, advocates and investors, will be recognized at an April 18 ceremony.
Many Tech Experts Say Digital Disruption Will Hurt Democracy
A new survey by Elon's Imagining the Internet Center and the Pew Research Center focuses on the impact of technology on democracy.
Elon Jazz Festival Concert to be held Feb. 22
The annual concert will feature Andy Page on guitar, Phillip Whack on saxophone and the Brubeck Brothers Quartet. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday in McCrary Theatre in the Center for the Arts.
Boldly Elon plan charts course for the university’s next decade
Guided by a new 10-year strategic plan, Elon University will expand its position of national leadership in student success.
This shoe fits: George ’23’s track-and-field shoe design turns heads
Honors Fellow, engineering major and athlete Madison George '23 set out to design and prototype the first women's pole-vaulting shoe. The support of Elon faculty, staff, teammates and an alumnus has her thinking bigger.
Business Fellows travel to France, Italy to learn about culture and business in the European Union
The Business and Culture in the European Union course offered first-year Business Fellows the opportunity to visit organizations such as FactSet, Campari Group and the Borsa Italiana.
#ElonTBT: Journalism, mass communications majors established in 1985
In this edition of #ElonTBT, we highlight a faculty-led shift in curriculum that opened the door for today's School of Communications.
An Elon Law alum’s ‘split second’ on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Very few people ever have the opportunity to win big money on a talk show hosted by one of the most beloved pop culture icons of the past quarter-century. Lauren Hossfeld L’Dec.’17 is in that elite group.
Victoria Traxler ’20 to investigate juvenile justice system during News21 Fellowship
The journalism and international & global studies double major has been named a 2020 Carnegie-Knight News21 Fellow, joining top journalism students from 16 universities across the country to examine youth violence and the juvenile justice system in America.
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
Highlights from a semester of community engagement by Elon student-athletes
Elon student-athletes participated in more than 1,000 hours of service in our community this fall with partners such as the Alamance Burlington School System, Elon’s GET (Girls to Empowered Teens) program and Christmas Cheer.