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SoTL Showcase: Pivoting Pedagogy Practices

April 28, 2022

Erin Pearson noticed a pattern she hadn’t expected teaching a literature survey course, which caused her to ask: How should a professor pivot their pedagogy practices when they start to see a disciplinary course fill with non-majors to keep them engaged and interested in the topic? Read more about her SoTL project and collaboration with the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CATL) below.

SoTL Showcase: Course Design for Relevancy

April 25, 2022

Today we feature a story on an Elon University Assistant Professor of Economics, Dr. Brooks Depro, who sought to answer how to make coursework more relevant to his students. The work he has done was recently published in an article title: “Making introductory economics more relevant: Using personalized connections to introduce environmental economics”. You can read more about his story and SoTL process below.

Students honored in second annual Elon Law essay competition

April 5, 2022

Brittany Willis L’22, Cassandra Saxton L’23, and Elliott Millner L’23 were recognized for entries in a Black History Month contest that challenged participants to reflect on their roles as students and future lawyers in the antiracism movement.

A poetic celebration of writing at Elon Law

November 1, 2021

Members of the Elon Law community commemorated the National Day on Writing with performances during a “High Rhymes and Misdemeanors” Poetry Slam that has become a fall tradition for lyrically gifted future attorneys.

Carolinas Colloquium brings together legal writing community

June 26, 2021

Dozens of legal writing and legal research faculty members from law schools across North and South Carolina shared best practices and personal stories of teaching during a pandemic when they convened for a biennial conference hosted this year at Elon Law.

Winners announced in inaugural Elon Law essay contest

March 18, 2021

Emmanuel Agyemang-Dua L’22, Ataesheeana Storr L’21 and Reyona Hammond L’21 were honored in a Black History Month competition that prompted students to reflect on what roles as future lawyers they have in the movement for equality and Black lives.