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July 21, 2021
On Wednesday, 45 Elon students presented the progress they've achieved in through two months of work as part of the annual Summer Undergraduate Research Experience.
June 9, 2021
The article explores the conversations Black American collegiate women have with their maternal figures about eating disorders.
April 30, 2021
During a panel discussion on April 28, Elon faculty and staff from the university and the school of law discussed the significance of the conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin in the killing of George Floyd last year.
April 23, 2021
The panel discussion, scheduled for April 28 at 7 p.m., will be hosted live on Zoom and moderated by Damion Blake, assistant professor of political science and policy studies.
April 20, 2021
The Elon Psychology Department is pleased to announce the 2021 Seena Granowsky Outstanding Psychology Student Award goes to Grace Feiner.
April 2, 2021
The psychology major, minoring in sport management and coaching, collaborated with the assistant professor of sport management to investigate how the pro-environmental initiatives of college athletic departments influence the psychological responses of consumers.
Trust and Trustworthiness: Leupold finds society, political system contributing to lack of trust in U.S.
March 24, 2021
Chris Leupold, professor of psychology and Isabella Cannon Leadership Professor, has published a chapter on trust in United States governments and organizations for a book titled “Trust and Trustworthiness across Cultures.”
Vandermaas-Peeler co-facilitated workshop on mentoring undergraduate research in global contexts at the WISE conference
February 17, 2021
With colleagues at AAC&U and Purdue University, Vandermaas-Peeler co-facilitated a workshop on mentoring undergraduate research in global contexts at the WISE conference sponsored by Wake Forest University.
February 16, 2021
The article is the third joint publication by Westerberg and Vandermaas-Peeler based on Westerberg's undergraduate research at Elon.
February 11, 2021
Carter Jenkins ’21, under the mentorship of Professor of Psychology Amy Overman, is studying the differences in brain activity patterns in healthy older adults, adults with Mild Cognitive Impairment and adults with Alzheimer’s Disease, as a part of her Lumen Prize research.