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Elon faculty, staff members receive IN/CO grant from the Colonial Academic Alliance to support community-based learning efforts
February 24, 2022
This two-year award will support multi-institutional work to better prepare students and institutions to develop and sustain community-based learning initiatives.
October 7, 2021
As part of their sophomore Periclean coursework, members of the Periclean Scholars Class of 2024 created interactive exercises and discussion questions related to the Common Reading, and worked with fellow Elon students as peer-educators to facilitate engagement with this text.
September 14, 2021
This overview details accomplishments and future work toward 46 recommendations detailed by the Latinx/Hispanic Working Group, which issued its final report in 2018.
September 9, 2021
This effort supports the work of Sarvodaya in an island-wide plan to promote local agriculture and increase food security and family income.
August 26, 2021
New international students arrive to campus a few days early for International Student Orientation, a time to build community while learning about life in the United States and at Elon.
Motley and colleagues publish article in ‘The Global Impact Exchange: A Quarterly Publication of Diversity Abroad’
August 11, 2021
In this article, multiple faculty program leaders reflect on how the COVID-19 pandemic forced a reimagining of the student global engagement opportunities they manage at Elon.
February 23, 2021
Vice President for Inclusive Excellence Randy Williams provides this update on work taking place in the Elon community
Vandermaas-Peeler co-facilitated workshop on mentoring undergraduate research in global contexts at the WISE conference
February 17, 2021
With colleagues at AAC&U and Purdue University, Vandermaas-Peeler co-facilitated a workshop on mentoring undergraduate research in global contexts at the WISE conference sponsored by Wake Forest University.
February 10, 2021
Paula DiBiasio, associate professor in physical therapy and GLO program coordinator, and Danielle Lake, director of design thinking and associate professor, are partnering with Doctor of Physical Therapy program students and Global Learning Opportunities (GLO) program alumni to co-design the future of GLO. DiBiasio envisions a more flexible program that positively impacts healthcare disparities by promoting students’ development of skills related to engaging with difference sensitively and equitably.
February 9, 2021
A hundred students recently gathered for a virtual panel discussion with international experts to learn about COVID-19 and vaccine distribution in Europe.