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  1. When learning the law helps to craft law

    Maxwell Baker in the Class of December 2017 is the latest to be featured in a series of profiles on Elon Law students whose summer internships offer them new insights and knowledge into the legal profession.

  2. KSCL: The Great Cape Escape

    In this run, every runner is a hero, because each runner is bringing attention to The Open Door Clinic of Alamance County, a free clinic for citizens of Alamance County who are in need of health care and without means to receive care otherwise.

    Saturday, Sept. 23, 7 a.m. - Noon

     

  3. Protecting the environment with the EPA

    Janelle Wendorf in the Class of December 2017 is the latest to be featured in a series of profiles on Elon Law students whose summer internships offer them new insights and knowledge into the legal profession.

  4. Hands-on legal learning in Haiti

    An Elon Law professor and five students joined a delegation from the North Carolina Bar Association on a recent visit to the Caribbean nation to learn more about the opportunities and challenges there of building a vibrant economy.

  5. Elon MBA cohort explores business in Europe

    As part of an international business course, students visited VF Corp., AkzoNobel Coatings, UPS and Cisco abroad to discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by doing business in 21st century Europe.

  6. Summer employment enhances Elon Law student learning

    New York City. Washington. Boston. Raleigh. Charlotte. Elon Law students are excelling in legal internships coast-to-coast this summer with law firms, government offices, nonprofits and corporations that match their professional interests.

  7. Elon Law student receives NCAWA scholarship

    The North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys recognized Katherine Bordwine L’18 with an annual award named in honor of retired North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Sarah Parker.

  8. School of Health Sciences Faculty and Students publish research about human donors

    Doctor of Physical Therapy Education faculty Janet M. Cope and Mary Kay Hannah and Physician Assistant student Mackenzie Precht along with Physical Therapy students Amy Klinepeter and Brooke Powell recently published a manuscript about the use of human donors in PT anatomy education in the Journal of Physical Therapy Education. 

  9. M.Ed. Program Welcomes 16 Students to Elon

    A new cohort of students begins the Master of Education program this summer, representing 11 North Carolina school districts, two out-of-state districts and five other countries.

     

  10. DPT faculty and students publish research

    Doctor of Physical Therapy Education faculty Mary Kay Hannah and Janet M. Cope and students Alec Palermo, Walker Smith and Val Wacker published a manuscript related to dry needling of the lumbar multifidus in Manual Therapy. 

  11. Elon PA Students Attend National Conference

    Fourteen first and second year physician assistant students, four faculty members and an alumna participated in events at the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) National Conference, held May 16-20, 2017 in Las Vegas.