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Elon students present research at annual religious studies conference
March 3, 2020
Amy Allocco is awarded a Collaborative International Research Grant
February 14, 2020
Gift from Elon family creates dynamic team-teaching course in religious studies
February 7, 2020
Fieldwork, mentorship essential to South Indian research for Kathryn Gerry ‘20
July 1, 2019
Gerry is spending the summer capturing the narratives and realities of South Indian migrants and their communities as part of her research as a Multifaith Scholar.
Annual awards luncheon recognizes Elon faculty, staff for excellence
May 15, 2019
Members of Elon’s faculty and staff, along with retiring employees, were honored May 15 for excellence and service to Elon.
Amy Allocco presents invited lecture at the University of Helsinki
May 13, 2019
Allocco’s invited talk at the University of Helsinki is the last of five she has presented about her current project, "Domesticating the Dead: Invitation and Installation Rites in Tamil South India," this academic year.
Elon’s third class of Multifaith Scholars named
May 3, 2019
Through this two-year program, five rising juniors will participate in a combination of coursework, undergraduate research and community engagement in multifaith contexts.
Multifaith Scholars Senior Presentations – Wednesday, April 17
March 19, 2019
The inaugural class of Elon Multifaith Scholars - Kristina Meyer, Styrling Rohr and Sophie Zinn - will present their two-year undergraduate research projects. Isabella Cannon Room, Center for the Arts, 5:30 p.m.
Elon students receive State Department scholarships to study Hindi, Arabic
March 11, 2019
Shariq Ali ’20, Ashley Jutras ’20 and Styrling Rohr ’19 have received Critical Language Scholarships from the federal government to study foreign languages deemed critical to U.S. diplomacy and outreach.
Amy Allocco and Brian Pennington receive Wabash grant for Interreligious Pedagogies and IFYC/Mellon Curriculum Development Grant
February 18, 2019
The Department of Religious Studies faculty will collaborate with colleagues from the University of St. Thomas and Augsburg University on the $7,500 Wabash Center grant.