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Wos encourages students to travel, serve others during Bryan Lecture

November 6, 2007

Global travel and seeing the world from a different perspective are critically important for today’s students, says Aldona Wos, former U.S. Ambassador to Estonia. Wos talked about growing up in post-World War II Poland as well as her thoughts on leadership and service to others during the latest program in the Joseph M. Bryan Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series. Details...

Students give Elon high marks in national survey

November 6, 2007

Elon University students study abroad in much greater number than their counterparts at other colleges, and when it comes to activities outside the classroom, the percentage of students here who take part in co-curricular programs – like student government or club sports – is twice that of the national average. That information and more is contained in the 2007 National Survey of Student Engagement, which showed that students at Elon greatly value their experiences here.

Federal official to discuss disparities in health care Nov. 5

November 6, 2007

The director of the National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities visits Elon next week as part of the Voices of Discovery series to discuss challenges posed by gaps in health care between the people of developed nations and Third World countries.