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  1. SURE scholars present summer research

    Students participating in the Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences program spent eight weeks on campus collaborating with faculty on a variety of projects.

  2. DPT students and "Village" campers get active

    For the last two weeks Elon's Doctor of Physical Therapy first and third-year students worked with Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy Education Paula DiBiasio to help local children get active. 

  3. Gifted students 'FLEX' their minds at Elon

    A weeklong program managed by students in the Master of Education program welcomed academically gifted grade school students to campus for cultural enrichment while helping professional teachers learn how to engage their classrooms' brightest minds.

  4. Elon Law students engage foreign diplomats in nation’s capital

    Nine Elon Law students, accompanied by Professor Antonette Barilla, visited the Belgian and French embassies in Washington D.C. in July, participating by invitation in private question and answer sessions that explored topics of international law and policy with diplomats from both consulates. 

  5. School of Communications launches expansion blog

    The website offers regular updates highlighting the construction and progress of Elon University’s communications expansion, which includes the addition of a 45,000-square-foot facility connected to McEwen Communications Building. 

  6. Pre-Serve introduces incoming Elon students to service

    Eighteen incoming first-year students explored a variety of service opportunities and got to know Alamance County as part of a summer experience through the Kernodle Center for Service Learning and Community Engagement.

  7. From Elon to the New York stage

     Ethan Andersen '14 is taking “HeadVoice,” an original production he’s been working on since high school, to this month's New York Music Theatre Festival.

  8. Retired coach publishes book on tennis

    Tom Parham, a distinguished former Elon coach and professor, authored “The Little Green Book of Tennis” to share winning techniques learned from mentors and observations from his own five decades helping others enjoy the sport.

  9. 'Don't Trash It!' effort benefits community partners

    An annual campaign coordinated by the Office of Sustainability diverted thousands of usable furnishings and food from landfills this spring and into the coffers of regional charities that help people in need.

  10. Campus gathering reflects on tragedy in Charleston

    Staff, faculty and students shared thoughts in a Friday program hosted by the Center for Race, Ethnicity and Diversity Education that concluded with handwritten notes of support to a South Carolina church where nine people were killed days earlier because of their race.