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‘It Takes a Village’ Project receives $1.25 million grant to expand tutoring outreach in Alamance County
June 9, 2021
Elon’s renowned program for struggling young readers has received new Oak Foundation funding to serve more children over the next five years.
May 24, 2021
A campus program in the School of Health Sciences has been created to impact physical, mental, and emotional health in homebound and isolated populations. The program will air biweekly episodes on Thursday evenings via the program's YouTube platform.
School of Health Sciences faculty and staff present at Association for Death Education and Counseling’s annual conference
April 15, 2021
Associate Professor Tracey Thurnes and Dianne Person, director of the Anatomical Gift Program presented “Better End-of-Life Conversations: A Mutually Beneficial Educational Experience.”
March 24, 2021
A new research study by Elon’s School of Health Sciences aims to determine how long COVID-19 antibodies last after vaccination.
February 27, 2021
The 38 new graduates in the Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies program's Class of 2021 participated in their Commencement ceremony in the Great Hall on Saturday, Feb. 27.
January 29, 2021
Alexis Moore, assistant professor of physician assistant studies, and Dr. Judy Esposito, associate professor of human service studies, presented research on the importance of teaching empathy and critical thinking skills to physician assistant (PA) students. Abstract co-authored with Dr. Cynthia Fair, professor of public health studies and human service studies.
January 8, 2021
Elon’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program and Physician Assistant Studies program welcomed new classes of students following a highly selective admissions process. The three-year, full-time DPT Program enrolled 48 students while the 24-month, full-time PA Program enrolled 38 students.
October 15, 2020
Associate Professor Melissa Murfin is involved in a project to create a biobank that will be used to determine if there are characteristics in the blood that make people more susceptible of being infected with COVID-19.
October 15, 2020
Murfin received the honorarium for her participation in virtual meetings, contributions to improving the curriculum, submission of data for federal grant reporting/research, and cooperation in delivering the PRAC-ED-PA SUD curriculum to her students.
October 8, 2020
The Service Learning Faculty Scholars program for the first time will include two cohorts of faculty and staff members ready to further integrate the service-learning pedagogy into the Elon curriculum.