H.E.R. Lab to examine role of racism in health inequity
Assistant Professors of Public Health Studies Stephanie Baker and Yanica Faustin launched the Health Equity and Racism (H.E.R.) Lab to analyze the roles of "race" and racism as the main contributors to racial health inequities.
President Book looks forward to “Normal Plus” operations
In a message to the community, Elon's president talks about the end of the semester and next academic year.
Elon to host inaugural national gathering of first-generation law students
A Zoom conference on April 16 aimed at creating a new alliance of first-generation law school students, and first-generation undergraduate students with interest in the legal profession, will feature panels of students and legal educators from across the nation.
Elon community observes Yom HaShoah, Holocaust Remembrance Day
Elon Hillel led the university community in honoring and remembering the millions of lives lost in the Holocaust through a series of events to commemorate Yom HaShoah.
Donors change lives by creating 200 Odyssey Scholarships
The generosity of alumni, parents and friends has doubled the number of Odyssey Scholarships during the Elon LEADS Campaign. The Odyssey Program assists outstanding students with high financial need, including first-generation college students.
Kathleen Hupfeld ’16 awarded Phi Kappa Phi Dissertation Fellowship
Hupfeld, who was a Lumen Scholar and Honors Fellow at Elon, is pursuing her doctorate in applied physiology and kinesiology at the University of Florida.
Elon Poll finds N.C. residents increasingly favor COVID-19 vaccination
The poll conducted March 30 through April 2 of nearly 1,400 residents found they are optimistic about the pandemic and what lies ahead.
Daija Rion ’23, Ariana Wilson ’23 earn prestigious LAGRANT Foundation scholarships
The School of Communications has had nine LAGRANT scholars in the last five years.
Four new members elected to Elon University Board of Trustees
Selected to serve four-year terms on the Elon University Board of Trustees are Lance Berberian, Toni P. Brown P’20, Larry Clark P’19 and Debra Del Vecchio P’22, P’24. Their terms began Feb. 5, 2021.
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The Washington Center Sets School of Record Partnership with Elon University
The agreement enables students from non-affiliated schools to receive academic credit from Elon for completing TWC’s Academic Internship Program
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.
Ashley LaPlaca ’20, Young Do Kim publish research on sustainability and college athletics
The psychology major, minoring in sport management and coaching, collaborated with the assistant professor of sport management to investigate how the pro-environmental initiatives of college athletic departments influence the psychological responses of consumers.
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.