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Human Service Studies faculty, alum publish in AIDS Care

May 13, 2011

Associate professor Cindy Fair and assistant professor Kristen Sullivan in the Department of Human Service Studies, along with Amy Gatto '09, have published an article in AIDS Care titled "Indicators of transition success for youth living with HIV: perspectives of pediatric and adult infectious disease care providers."

New majors to be offered starting in Fall 2011

April 15, 2011

Four new majors will be offered to Elon University students starting in the fall. Early childhood education is an addition to the School of Education’s programs; information science replaces the current computer information systems major in the Department of Computing Sciences; and public health studies, and arts administration, are both interdisciplinary majors within Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences.

Health care expert pushes for continued reform

April 15, 2011

Yale University professor Jacob Hacker, a nationally recognized figure known as the "father of the public option," believes the passage of legislation in 2010 was the "easy part" of reforming health care in the United States, and during his March 31 visit to Elon University he explained the challenges that remain in making sure all Americans have access to health insurance while reducing overall medical costs.

More than a job

April 15, 2011

For Leigh-Anne Royster, coordinator for personal health programs and community well-being at Elon, there are no typical days at the office.