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June 8, 2021
Second-year DPT students Sarah Henderson and Brandi Wiltshire won the American College of Sports Medicine Biomechanics Interest Group Student Research Award.
May 25, 2021
Shefali Christopher, assistant professor in the doctor of physical therapy program, traveled to Yokohama, Japan, last week to support the USA paratriathlon team at their first international race of the season.
May 25, 2021
Two DPT students met with N.C. Rep. Ricky Hurtado, whose district includes portions of Alamance County, on May 14 to discuss how legislation can affect the physical therapy profession.
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.
May 12, 2021
These four awards recognize members of the Elon community for excellence in teaching, scholarship, civic engagement and mentoring.
April 26, 2021
On Wednesday, April 14, Elon University hosted high schoolers from ABSS Career and Technical Education Center to learn about biomechanics and health careers through student-led virtual activities and discussion. This was the sixth year celebrating National Biomechanics Day after last year's on-campus event had to be cancelled.
April 6, 2021
The 4th Annual APTA NC Student Special Interest Group-Led Student Conclave was held Saturday, March 20.
March 22, 2021
Elon faculty and students from Departments of Physical Therapy Education, Exercise Science and Performing Arts partnered with educational institutions in India to virtually conduct the first National Biomechanics Day event in India.
March 17, 2021
The Doctor of Physical Therapy student and class president is using his listening skills as he helps patients.
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.