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Four awarded Fulbright grants to study and conduct research abroad

Three members of Elon’s Class of 2018 and a recent alumna are among 10 Elon students selected for Fulbright awards this year — a record for the university. 

Seven receive Fulbright awards to teach English abroad

A record 11 Elon students and alums have been awarded Fulbright grants this spring to teach English or conduct research, adding to Elon’s reputation as a top producer of Fulbright award winners.

School of Education recognizes distinguished alumni

The School of Education recently unveiled a display that honors alumni who have made an impact in education.

Elon faculty, staff participate in 'Leader in Me' showcase

Representatives from Elon University attended the student and faculty ‘Leader in Me’ showcase at R. Homer Andrews Elementary School, sponsored by Women United, held on Friday, May 11.

 

School of Education recognizes outstanding faculty

School of Education faculty members Allison Bryan, Erin Hone, and Scott Morrison were recognized on May 14 for faculty excellence at the annual school awards banquet.

Deep in the Woods: Carol Smith immerses herself in outdoor education

Carol Smith, associate professor of wellness, spent 50 days hidden deep in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina as part of the Outdoor Educator course through the North Carolina Outward Bound School during her sabbatical. 

‘It Takes a Village’ project connects Elon student-athletes with local children

Among those volunteering with the Village project this semester — members of Elon's men's and women's basketball teams. 

Instructor in School of Education publishes article

The article by Abby Ampuja, instructor in education, was published in the Intervention in School and Clinic journal.