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Wall Street Journal interviews Tom Mould for remembrance story

February 8, 2010

Tom Mould, an associate professor of anthropology, was quoted in the Feb. 6 edition of the Wall Street Journal for a remembrance story on Phillip Martin, a leader of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians who died earlier in the month.

Tom Arcaro speaks with News 14 Carolina on Haiti

January 22, 2010

Sociology professor Tom Arcaro spoke with News 14 Carolina on Jan. 21 to share observations on the relief efforts underway in Haiti, and how the recent earthquake there has refocused American attention on one of the poorest nations in the Western Hemisphere.

Lumen Scholar travels the world for health research

November 16, 2009

To many Americans, healthy living involves counting calories, watching medical segments on the morning news, or drinking diet soda. Health elsewhere on the planet takes a more active approach, according to Elon University senior Ryan Bleam, the third student to be featured in a monthly series of E-net profiles on the inaugural class of Lumen Scholars.

Elon professor recalls ‘historic field trip’ as Berlin Wall fell

November 13, 2009

Twenty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, an event that symbolized a beginning to the end of the Cold War, an Elon University professor in Europe at the time reflects on his trip with students to see the massive concrete wall separating the city crumble, and how German residents responded to their newfound freedom.

Tom Mould part of team to receive $75,000 grant from Teagle Foundation

November 2, 2009

Elon University associate professor Tom Mould is one of nine folklorists from colleges and institutes across the nation to be part of a team that received a $75,000 grant to bring together scholars to discuss a “big question” of central importance to the humanities or social sciences.