Eric Hall featured in 2010-11 President's Report
Eric Hall, professor of exercise science and coordinator of Elon's neuroscience program, was featured in the inaugural edition of the President's Report, which highlights faculty and student scholarship during the 2010-11 academic year.
The 2011 President's Report features a message from President Leo M. Lambert who expresses Elon's pride in the research being conducted by its outstanding teacher-scholars. Hall's research on the effects of concussions on student-athletes is one of 12 faculty research projects spotlighted in this year's report with stories and video interviews.
Elon is also dedicated to supporting a premier undergraduate research program. The President's Report profiles 11 undergraduate scholars, some of whom are winners of the Lumen Prize, Elon’s premier award given annually to 15 sophomores who develop extraordinary academic research plans for their junior and senior years.
The President’s Report also includes a timeline of Elon’s 2010-11 milestones, as the university's vision for the future takes shape, guided by the Elon Commitment strategic plan.
To view Hall's feature, go to: elon.edu/e-web/academics/presidents_report/hall.xhtml