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CELEBRATE! profile: Lindsay Mann ’11

April 25, 2011

With their growing number of students who speak little or no English, American school systems have turned largely to one of two approaches for teaching such children. Elon University senior Lindsay Mann compared the models – “English as a Second Language” and “Spanish Dual Language” – and her work is the first to be featured in a series of E-net profiles on undergraduate research to be presented during CELEBRATE! 2011.

Elon professor Joel Karty awarded NSF research grant

February 15, 2011

The National Science Foundation has awarded Elon University chemistry professor Joel Karty a three-year, $181,000 research grant to work with undergraduates assisting him in his ongoing study of two types of molecular phenomena that govern chemical stability.

Kaitlyn Fay ’11 presents at state poster session

November 16, 2010

Kailtyn Fay '11, a music education and music performance double major and a recipient of the Lumen Prize, presented her research Nov. 8 at a poster session for the North Carolina Music Educators' Association Conference in Winston-Salem, N.C.