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Jen Guy Metcalf and team present research at the International Association for Dance Medicine & Science Conference
February 16, 2024
Research into the impact of a virtual dance and exercise program on people with Parkinson’s Disease was presented by team members from the Department of Physical Therapy Education and Performing Arts
February 9, 2024
Students complete an Elon undergraduate degree in 3.5 years and gain an opportunity for admission to the highly selective Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies and Doctor of Physical Therapy programs within the School of Health Sciences.
January 16, 2024
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 46 students while the 24-month, full-time PA Program enrolled 38 students.
December 13, 2023
Over 50 poster presentations were held inside Upstairs Lakeside during the 2023 School of Health Sciences Research Forum.
December 13, 2023
Students in the Class of 2023 who recognize an African ancestry gathered the day before Commencement for family and friends to share pride in their achievements.
December 11, 2023
Students from the Nursing, Physician Assistant Studies and Physical Therapy programs within the school received their diplomas Friday, Dec. 8, during a commencement ceremony in Alumni Gym.
November 17, 2023
The School of Health Sciences hosted its first school-wide FRANsgiving in the Francies Center on November 15th.
October 24, 2023
Four hundred physical therapists, physical therapist assistants and students from across the state attended the Annual Conference at Elon on Oct. 13 and 14.
Deanna DeMarco G’23 receives state-level award and scholarship from American Physical Therapy Association North Carolina annual conference
October 11, 2023
The award honors those who have displayed a great potential in providing future contributions to the physical therapy profession.
September 27, 2023
More than 160 families, friends, students and faculty filled the Sacred Space to honor the memory of 35 “silent teachers.”