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Lumen Prize information session – Feb. 14
February 6, 2012
Lumen Scholar’s film explores Zambian life after land reform
December 16, 2011
Senior Daniel Koehler's upcoming documentary tackles the complex interaction of race, politics and economics in the African nation.
Elon students chosen for News21 reporting program
December 15, 2011
Two students in the School of Communications were selected to participate in the 2012 Carnegie-Knight News21 Initiative this summer in Arizona.
Lumen Scholar chronicles rise of LGBTQ student groups
December 1, 2011
An Elon senior uses a top award to trace the evolution of organizations for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer students at Duke and UNC.
Lumen Scholar helps older populations sharpen memory
October 4, 2011
An Elon psychology major is driven to help the elderly strengthen their minds in part because of a close bond shared with her grandparents.
Elon co-hosts forum on HIV/AIDS research questions
September 29, 2011
As a growing number of children born with the viruses survive into adulthood, advocates are not always sure how to handle reproductive questions.
Students awarded Fulbrights for overseas teaching and research
September 8, 2011
Three Elon University seniors – Chris Jarrett, Gabrielle Dean and Brittany Carroll – have each been awarded Fulbright Program grants for overseas research and teaching, and their selections represent the largest number of students in university history to receive the prestigious national honor in the same academic year.
Elon names 2011 Lumen Scholars
June 21, 2011
Fifteen rising juniors at Elon have been named recipients of the 2011 Lumen Prize, the university’s premier award that comes with a $15,000 scholarship to support and celebrate their academic achievements and research proposals.
Amanda Leigh Clark ’11 receives Phi Kappa Phi fellowship
May 23, 2011
Amanda Leigh Clark '11, a biochemistry major and Lumen Scholar from Skaneateles, N.Y., has received a $5,000 fellowship award from the Phi Kappa Phi national academic honor society to help fund her graduate studies at the University of Rochester School of Medicine.
Lumen Scholar probes complexities of international humanitarian law
May 16, 2011
Since the 1600s, lawyers and scholars have grappled with how to best bring to justice the men and women who commit war crimes. Elon University senior Elizabeth Leman studied three of the biggest global conflicts in recent history to shed light on the complexities of international humanitarian law, and her work is the latest to be featured in a series of E-net profiles on Lumen Scholars in the Class of 2011