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  1. Putting patients first

    Elon Law student Courtney Pine, working with Public Citizen’s Global Access to Medicines Program this summer, coauthored an IP-Watch article that makes the case for laws that foster faster innovation in the development of biologics used to treat medical conditions.

  2. Math majors present at SURE poster session

    Math majors Taylor Cesarski '17, Kelly Reagan '17, and Jesi Weed '16 presented their summer undergraduate research projects at Elon's Summer Undergraduate Research Experience poster session on July 24, 2015.

  3. Meghan Williford receives Sarah Parker Award

    Elon Law student Meghan Williford has been recognized by the North Carolina Association of Women Attorneys (NCAWA) with their annual award named in honor of retired Chief Justice Sarah Parker of the Supreme Court of North Carolina. 

  4. Two Seniors Awarded Top Economics Thesis Prize

    Katherine Welch's thesis explores the role of media coverage of science on the number of STEM majors.  Dana Gullquist examines whether local government spending affects unemployment rates. 

  5. Writing Center Before Finals

    There are still Writing Center appointments available over the next few days. Take advantage of the help at the Writing Center to help you as you complete your Senior Seminars, prepare for your finals and complete any lingering writing assignments.