Articles by Elizabeth Bailey
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Health intervention program to be offered in fall 2021 for faculty and staff
July 9, 2021
The intent of the workplace HealthEYou Program for metabolic disease prevention is to promote healthy eating behaviors, physical activity, goal setting, accountability and overall well-being among Elon University staff and faculty through weekly engaging education sessions, individual check-ins and exercise in Fall of 2021.
Do You Want to Take Charge of Your Health?
April 21, 2021
Associate Professor Svetlana Nepocatych and Lecturer Liz Bailey and their students are developing an intervention program for the fall to help interested individuals take control of their health behaviors to positively impact health. To tailor the program to the specific needs and interests of our community, they are seeking input from employees of Elon University.
Mentors needed for girls programs on campus
September 1, 2016
Alamance Girls in Motion, a program for fourth- and fifth-grade girls offering health education, physical activity and mentorship, and Girls to Empowered Teens, a similar program for sixth- and seventh-grade girls, will be starting at the end of September and are in need of Elon female students to volunteer as mentors.
College women being recruited to mentor local girls
August 31, 2015
Female students needed for programs serving local girls
August 28, 2014
College women needed for mentoring programs
August 30, 2012
Participate in a freshman-year weight-loss study
September 21, 2011
Make a Difference – Be a Mentor in Alamance Girls in Motion
September 19, 2011
Looking for research volunteers
August 31, 2011
Looking for Alamance Girls in Motion Mentors
August 31, 2011