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David Levine analyzes federal intellectual property legislation on WUNC radio

August 25, 2011

Elon Law professor David Levine was a featured guest on WUNC radio's The State of Things on August 19. Levine discussed the Protect-IP Act, legislation under consideration in Congress that sponsors describe as an effort to protect online intellectual property, but critics say would be a threat to free speech and open Internet.

Nina Namaste accepted into 2011 Teagle cohort

August 25, 2011

Nina B. Namaste, Assistant Professor of Spanish in the Department of Foreign Languages, was recently accepted to participate in the 2011-12 cohort of the Teagle Assessment Scholar Development Program.

Janet MacFall presented a research paper at the the Ecological Society of America

August 25, 2011

Janet MacFall, in the Department of Environmental Studies, presented a research paper at the recent annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America. The paper, "Enzyme activity in hyporheic soils of Piedmont streams," was based on research done over the past two years and was co-authored with student Danielle Whitman.

Alan Russell gives keynote address

August 25, 2011

Alan Russell, associate professor of mathematics, was invited to give the opening keynote address at the TEAMSwork conference on Aug. 5 at the Friday Center in Chapel Hill.

Lynne Kurdziel Formato choreographs production of ‘FAME’

August 25, 2011

Lynne Kurdziel Formato, associate professor of performing arts, choreographed a professional production of "FAME" for Artpark in Lewiston, N.Y. Directed by Randy Kramer, the show featured 11 current students or alumni of Elon's music theatre program, including Raphael Andrews, Maddie Franke, Clark Kinkade, Em Laudeman, Jared Loftin, Guy Mannick, Ben Redding, Sean Ronayne, Leela Rothenberg, Lucy Ann Werner and Tanner Wilson.