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Book by Michael Matthews explores the early history of railroads in Mexico

January 8, 2014

In “The Civilizing Machine: A Cultural History of Mexican Railroads, 1876-1910,” Elon University Assistant Professor Michael Matthews shows how railroads shaped the way citizens of the young republic viewed industrialization, technology & modernization as they struggled to form their national identity.

Ben Evans earns U.S. patent

December 6, 2013

Ben Evans, assistant professor of physics, has been awarded patent #8,586,368 for a medical diagnostic device which measures blood coagulation.

Mark Kurt publishes article in Health Economics

November 13, 2013

A Martha and Spencer Love School of Business professor's research on sexually transmitted infections with semi-anonymous matching has been published in the journal Health Economics.

Ann Cahill selected as Distinguished Scholar

May 11, 2011

Ann J. Cahill, a prolific scholar who has influenced the field of feminist philosophy and an accomplished professor who has guided hundreds of Elon students for more than a decade, has been named the 2011 Distinguished University Scholar.