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April 16, 2020
The French and international and global studies double major works with the International Organization for Migration in Burundi, a U.N. agency that supports migrants of all kinds. In the face of COVID-19, her duties have shifted to crisis communication and response in the East African nation.
April 3, 2020
A generous gift from Joan and Sam Nevin P’22 will make transformational opportunities possible for students while aiding Elon’s recruitment efforts. This gift is counted as part of the Elon LEADS Campaign.
MBA students explore challenges, opportunities businesses face during winter semester course in Vietnam, Singapore
March 23, 2020
Through a winter International Business course, MBA students learned about the economic, legal, political and cultural environment of doing business in Vietnam and Singapore.
March 9, 2020
Lumen Scholar Caroline Enright '20, with Associate Professor of Education Stephen Byrd as her mentor, is researching laws and methods for providing inclusivity for students with disabilities in the Uganda education system.
The Trail Starts Here: Winter Term course takes Elon students to the center of the 2020 presidential race
March 6, 2020
Faculty members Rich Landesberg and Mark Dalhouse led Elon students to Des Moines, Iowa, where they were introduced to the culture of media and politics just days before the Iowa Democratic caucuses.
March 2, 2020
Among medium-sized colleges and universities, Elon ranked No. 25 for the number of Peace Corps volunteers it produced in 2019.
February 26, 2020
Assistant Professor of Performing Arts Keshia Wall choreographed the Black History Month Dance Concert, which was the result of a transformative Winter Term experience in Ghana.
February 25, 2020
The decision comes after the rapid increase in the number of confirmed cases in northern Italy and a reported case in Florence, where 21 Elon students and one faculty member are studying.
February 24, 2020
Elon Law students traveled to Johannesburg and Cape Town as part of a fall trimester Prisoners’ Rights course that took them to American and South African penitentiaries, including the now-closed Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela spent nearly two decades as a prisoner.
February 19, 2020
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.