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Pam Kiser honored as fourth Distinguished University Professor

October 5, 2010

Pamela M. Kiser, Watts-Thompson Professor in the Department of Human Service Studies, was formally awarded the Distinguished University Professorship at a special investiture ceremony on Oct. 4. The board of trustees conferred the professorship on Kiser last spring, and the special ceremony was an opportunity to celebrate Kiser's contributions to teaching, scholarship and service to the Elon University community.

Elon senior published in Vienna newspaper

September 20, 2010

Elon University senior Natalie Lampert recently co-authored an article about the international AIDS Conference that was featured in The Vienna Review. An international studies major and social science fellow, Lampert spent the summer interning at the English-speaking newspaper in Vienna.

Human Services faculty, alum publish research in Psychology, Health, and Medicine

September 14, 2010

"Best practices in transitioning youth with HIV: Perspectives of pediatric and adult infectious disease care providers," an article co-authored by Cynthia Fair and Kristen Sullivan in the Department of Human Services Studies, and by Elon alumna Amy Gatto, has been published in the journal Psychology, Health, and Medicine.

Professor makes HIV/AIDS focus of scholarship

July 20, 2010

Medical advances have allowed children infected with HIV/AIDS to live longer than ever before, and for families and doctors, that creates new challenges as teenage patients grow older. New research by associate professor Cynthia Fair outlines steps that families and medical providers should consider to ease what can be a difficult transition from pediatric to adult care.

Beth and Bud Warner honored for volunteer service

April 9, 2010

The Community Council of Alamance County has honored Elon University associate professors Beth and Bud Warner this month for their volunteer service with the Mayco Bigelow Community Center at North Park.