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September 21, 2023
During Campus Sustainability Week, Elon will host a screening of the widely acclaimed documentary film, The Smell of Money. A discussion with filmmaker, Jamie Berger, and North Carolina Environmental Justice Network’s Co-Director of Research and Education, Chris Hawn, will follow the screening.
September 19, 2023
This public lecture titled “Walking the Land: Hiking, Environment and National Identity in Israel” will focus on one of the most extensive and well-developed trail systems in the world, which emerged in Palestine and Israel since the early 20th century.
September 7, 2023
Zito, associate professor of sociology, publishes chapter on teaching crime and deviance within the sociology curriculum.
September 4, 2023
The peer-reviewed study, “‘The Perfect Controlled Experiment’: The Impact of Abortion Clinic Closures on Teenage and Adult Reproductive Outcomes in Texas,” was published in a special issue on health inequalities and access to healthcare.
Ashley D’Andrea ’23, Jessica Skelley ’23 receive Outstanding Student in Criminal Justice Studies award
May 10, 2023
The Criminal Justice Studies Advisory Committee awarded two seniors with the Outstanding Student in Criminal Justice Studies Award on Thursday, April 20, 2023.
April 19, 2023
Skelley, a sociology major and criminal justice studies and human services studies doublee minor, presented a study titled “Predicting Attitudes towards the Defund The Police Movement vs. Police Budget Reallocation Reform: An Exploratory Study."
April 11, 2023
Sociology faculty Rena Zito, Raj Ghoshal and Alexis Franzese presented research at the annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society from March 29 through April 1 in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
February 1, 2023
Zito, associate professor of sociology, authored "Engaged Criminology: An Introduction," an active-learning textbook for undergraduate criminology students.
May 18, 2022
Mahoney plans to specialize in working with LGBTQ+ adolescents and persons with gender dysphoria following their Elon graduation and completion of doctoral degree.
Criminal Justice Studies research highlight: Jeppe Overgaard Jordoson ’23, Sophie Solan ’22, Grace Caluri ’24
May 17, 2022
Jordoson, Caluri and Solan presented their research project, “Alibi Believability and Judicial Instructions: The Role of Inculpatory and Exculpatory Evidence,” at the 2022 Spring Undergraduate Research Forum.