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Chris Chen presents papers exploring artificial intelligence at ICA conference
June 5, 2023
The assistant professor of communication design continues her delve into AI and algorithmic bias with two new papers at the 73rd annual conference of the International Communication Association.
John Luke Farah ’24 uses research to raise profiles of refugees’ businesses
June 5, 2023
Part ethnographic research, part marketing study, Farah worked with six microenterprises founded by clients of the Triad Refugee Business Center to build their online presence and gain customers.
Caroline Ketcham focuses on equity in high-impact practices for neurodiverse and physically disabled students with CEL scholarship
June 2, 2023
Over the last two years, Ketcham has written thought-provoking blog posts for the Center for Engaged Learning focusing on ableism in academia, designing programs and services inclusive of all students, and mentoring across difference.
Naeemah Clark named Elon’s first associate provost for academic inclusive excellence
June 1, 2023
The distinguished Elon University faculty member with scholarly interests in diversity and representation in American media will lead efforts to further promote a welcoming environment for learning and teaching across campus.
ElonComm publishes spring 2023 issue of research journal
May 31, 2023
In the most recent edition of the Elon Journal, six student researchers conducted an expansive look at the media and its wide-ranging influence – positively and negatively – on the health and mental well-being of their audiences.
Ringelberg named Clark Art Institute Fellow
May 30, 2023
Ringelberg will participate in the residential fellowship at the Clark Art Institute in Williamston, Massachusetts, beginning in January 2024, completing a manuscript about art genres and genders focused on 19th and 20th century France.
Butler-Storsved publishes article on the effects an intentional functional movement warm-up has on ninth graders
May 22, 2023
Lynda Butler-Storsved is the lead author on an article recently published in The Physical Educator. Studies suggest there is a high rate of dysfunctional movement among ninth-grade adolescents and an intentionally designed functional movement warm-up is an efficient method of addressing movement quality in physical education.
M.Ed. candidates present capstone projects aimed at developing an equitable and supportive learning environment
May 22, 2023
Candidates in the first graduating cohort of the revised M.Ed. program presented their capstone projects on May 6.
Profiles of Resilience: Skyler Davis ’21 G’23
May 17, 2023
Davis is one of the members of the graduating class to be featured on Today at Elon as a "profile of resilience" for their ability to adapt and succeed in the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic.
Innovation Challenge winner Aaron Satko ’25 goes in search of the next big idea
May 16, 2023
Satko's Campus Conscious system, recycling plastic bottles into 3D printing filament linked to an online rewards app, won this year's Elon Innovation Challenge.