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Celebrate Elon’s 2010 retirees

May 12, 2010

Members of the Class of 2010 aren't the only people leaving Elon's campus this month. Several faculty and staff will be leaving Elon for the next chapter of their lives, too. Celebrate the legacies of Jane Romer, George Troxler, Anne Cassebaum, Jim Pace, Jerry Tolley, Frank Harris '65 and Lamar Bland in the following profiles and videos.

Jeffrey Pugh honored as Distinguished Scholar

May 12, 2010

A renowned scholar in the field of religious studies, a respected Elon colleague and an influential teacher of Elon students for more than two decades, Jeffrey Pugh, Maude Sharpe Powell Professor of Religious Studies, has been named the 2010 Distinguished University Scholar.

Eric Hall named third recipient of Ward Mentoring Award

May 12, 2010

To those who know Eric Hall, associate professor of exercise science, it should come as no surprise that he has been named the 2010 Ward Family Excellence in Mentoring Award recipient. He lives to mentor students. Literally.

Schools announce faculty, staff award recipients

May 11, 2010

Faculty and staff in Elon's School of Communications, School of Education, Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences and the Martha and Spencer Love School of Business were honored over the past few weeks for excellence in teaching, scholarship and service.

Omri Shimron: Resident virtuoso

March 31, 2010

Omri Shimron often finds himself caught between two worlds. Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., but raised in Haifa, Israel, Shimron, assistant professor of music, has bridged those two worlds through music.

Elon as employer: Alumni enjoy careers at their alma mater

March 31, 2010

Recently, the Elon community honored President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley ’46 on Founders Day. And while Danieley might be the most celebrated alumnus working at Elon, he’s joined by more than 120 fellow graduates of the past few decades. Some leave and come back, others become faculty and staff immediately after Commencement, but they agree on one point: Elon is a great place to live and work.

Home sweet Elon

March 31, 2010

There’s a running joke that students live inside an insulated, comfortable “Elon bubble” separate from the outside world. But students aren’t the bubble’s only inhabitants. For faculty-in-residence in the William R. Kenan, Jr. Honors Pavilion, Isabella Cannon International Studies Pavilion and the Colonnades, Elon is home, too.

Demystifying the president’s office

February 12, 2010

Sitting among the beautiful furniture and fine art in the reception area of Powell Building, suite 104, you begin to understand the anxiety some faculty, staff and students might feel sitting there, waiting for an audience with President Leo M. Lambert. For the five individuals who spend the most time in the president's office, however, any unease seems incomprehensible.