Elon’s graduate programs offer stimulating intellectual communities built on close interaction with faculty, academic engagement with peers and a university environment fully committed to inquiry and research. The six graduate programs and their respective schools have received national accreditation and are recognized as academically rigorous programs at an affordable cost.
In Saturday remarks to graduates from Elon's Master of Education program, Elon President Emeritus J. Fred Young, who founded with his family a company that brings international teachers to the United States, proposed changes to the way Americans view learning and student outcomes.
Students in the 10-month, full-time master's program have varied backgrounds from across the United States.
Graduate students in Elon's Doctor of Physical Therapy and Physician Assistant Studies programs worked July 11 with a nationally recognized artist to paint muscles, tissue and bone onto classmates in a hands-on approach to anatomy.
The assistant professor of physical therapy presented at the World Congress of Biomechanics Conference in July 2014.
The Department of Physical Therapy Education and Department of Computing Sciences were represented at the 2014 Gait and Clinical Movement Analysis Society Conference in Newark, Delaware, from June 24-27, 2014.
Kristen Riffanacht received the American College of Sports Medicine Biomechanics Interest Group Student Research Award.