E-Net News


  1. Forging identities through hip hop

    As Miles Williams ‘15 co-captained the Elon Phoenix football team over the past year, he was also conducting undergraduate research just a few miles away on the way hip hop music might help African-American children develop self-confidence and a sense of self.

  2. PHYSICAL THERAPIST – 100% Acute Care - Minnesota

    Trauma Hospital with a team of 35 PTs/PTAs


    Non-Profit Organization –a model of excellence providing patient-centered care …our focus is on enhancing wellness and preventing hospital readmissions


  3. PHYSICAL THERAPIST – Midwest Minnesota
    A growing acute care hospital has added 3 PT openings
    Full-Time, Permanent, Direct-Hire opportunity


    New Grads & Experienced welcome to apply!


    1.  -  (non-profit) (LTC beds are attached to the acute care hospital)
    2.  - with some generalist duties as adult outpatient/inpatient
    3.  - will be a mix of adult outpatient & inpatient (acute & LTC)


    PT Outpatient, Acute Care, & Inpatient Rehab Unit
    ~Full-Time, Permanent, Direct-Hire position~



    Work with large rehab team; 14 PTs, 6 OTs, 3 SLPs

    We have a dynamic team with vast experience and areas of expertise. Our staff provides evaluation and treatment of patients in the entire age range from birth through geriatrics. Our organization offers opportunities to work in a variety of settings. We offer ongoing mentorship for less experienced PTs. We are looking for a candidate who desires to work in a fast paced environment while providing excellent evidence based care. The candidate will be part of a team of rehab professionals who work closely with one another. 


  5. Elon Law announces new law practice incubator

    Elon University School of Law has created the Elon Law Legal Incubator to support Elon Law graduates who wish to develop solo law practices and to create opportunities for lawyers to provide reduced-cost legal services for low-income residents of Guilford County. 

  6. DPT Commencement celebrates future healers

    Fifty-three graduate students received their Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees Sunday in a ceremony that recognized School of Health Sciences Dean Elizabeth Rogers, whose retirement in May will come 20 years after she arrived at Elon to help create the physical therapy program.

  7. Luminarias and lights welcome the holiday season

    Hundreds of people celebrated the arrival of the holidays on Thursday night as Elon University hosted its annual Festival of Holiday Lights in the heart of a campus aglow with luminarias honoring alumni and student donors.

  8. Alumni spotlight: Daniel Watts

    Alumnus Daniel Watts describes Elon Law as "daring, dynamic and encouraging." His law school experiences include a U.S. attorney's office externship, a federal judicial clerkship and a federal public defender internship. Watch his video commentary on the value of Elon Law experiences. 


  9. An out-of-the-box solution

    A problem-solver, Vincent Suozzi ’82 invented a compact tool that makes it easier to enjoy a weed-free garden.

  10. Elon well represented at PRSA, PRSSA conferences

    A contingent of Elon University students, faculty and staff members traveled to Atlanta to attend the annual public relations-focused conventions, where alumna Heather Harder ’14 was presented with a prestigious PRSSA award.

  11. Ian Baltutis '08 wins Burlington mayor election

    The accomplished young alumnus and entrepreneur received 55 percent of the vote in city elections held Nov. 3, 2015, propelling him to the top elected position in Alamance County's largest city.

  12. Biology alumni share advice with students

    The 7th annual Biology Alumni Panel brought alumni and students together in the McMichael Science Center on Friday to give current biology majors an opportunity to ask questions about future career possibilities.

  13. A toast to greatness

    Four members of the Elon community were honored Homecoming weekend with the 2015 Elon LGBT Community Enrichment Awards at a champagne brunch.