The April 11 event featured a panel of three Elon grads who shared their career experiences and professional advice with a group of Elon alumni, families and friends in the Triangle.
Nolan Elingburg, a member of the undergraduate Class of 2011 and 2012 graduate of the Master of Arts in Interactive Media program, filmed a special gender-reveal video with Williamson, a likely No. 1 NBA draft pick.
On May 7, join the Atlanta alumni chapter at its annual professional development event, "Choose ATL - Why Atlanta is the Place to Be."
On May 4, come cheer on your favorite horse and watch the Kentucky Derby with other Elon alumni and guests in the Triangle
The annual awards celebrate alumni from the past decade who have achieved major professional success, serve as difference-makers in their communities and loyally support Elon.
The Elon community came together in Chicago on April 10 to celebrate the launch of the Elon LEADS Campaign, the university's historic and ambitious fundraising campaign.
Benjamin Morse ’15, Carter Speers ’17 and Matthew Gladstone ’18 were among the members of the Boston Red Sox organization to receive championship rings during the team’s 2019 home opener.
A generous gift from Richard ’87 P’17 and Laurie Johnson P’17 focus on two priorities of the Elon LEADS Campaign, the largest fundraising campaign in the university’s history.
Hightower, the first black full-time student at Elon, received the honorary degree during the university's Spring Convocation on April 4.
Raj Rawal '12 and Lea McNamara '18 partnered with dancer/choreographer Betsy Struxness on a new freestyle video set to a Billie Eilish song.
Estate gift from alumna Edna Truitt Noiles ’44 and Doug Noiles establishes 10 Odyssey Program scholarships to assist Alamance County students
This gift represents a historic investment in Alamance County students with high financial need. These scholarships are among the top priorities of the upcoming Elon LEADS Campaign, the largest fundraising campaign in the university’s history.
The children of the late Archie ’39 and Adelaide Israel have made a gift to establish a scholarship to assist students with significant financial need. These scholarships are among the top priorities of the upcoming Elon LEADS Campaign, the largest fundraising campaign in university history.
Beginning April 9, Ginna Claire Mason ‘13 will be playing the role of Glinda in the Broadway production of the musical “Wicked.”
The gift from Trustee Dr. William N.P. Herbert ’68 and his wife, Marsha, of Charlottesville, Virginia, will support key priorities of the upcoming Elon LEADS Campaign, the largest fundraising campaign in the university’s history.
The Women’s Elon in Entertainment Empire mentorship program held its first informational meeting and social gathering on March 14, bringing together female students interested in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles.
A team of sport management and business majors recently competed in the 2019 Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) case competition while also providing analytics support for the Elon Phoenix baseball team.
More than 40 members of the Elon community attended a reception with President Book in London on March 17.
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Savannah Altherr '14 uses her sociology major in law school and in her work with clients.
Associate Professor of Mathematics Chad Awtrey, math major Peter Komlofske '19, and alumni Christian Reese '18 and Janae Williams '18 have published their article "On Galois p-adic fields of p-power degree" in the most recent issue of the JP Journal of Algebra, Number Theory, and Applications.
The Washington, D.C. alumni chapter hosted its annual Elon Day party with a big crowd.
Estate gift from alumna Edna Truitt Noiles ’44 and Doug Noiles establishes four additional Odyssey Program scholarships
Proceeds from the gift will fund life-changing scholarships that serve students with high financial need in Elon’s Odyssey Program. These scholarships are among the top priorities of the upcoming Elon LEADS Campaign, the largest fundraising campaign in the university’s history.
The Charlotte alumni chapter hosted its annual Elon Day party with a big crowd
Boitnott is now the chief operating officer and director of global operations for PreSonus, a manufacturer of professional audio equipment and software used to create, record, mix and master music and other audio
The North Carolina State University Director of Athletics has been named the winner of this year's James J. Corbett Memorial Award, the highest honor in college athletics administration.
BFA acting alums Julian Elijah Martinez and Mark St. Cyr will have recurring roles in two separate TV series that will begin airing in late 2019 and early 2020.
Elon Day 2019 was full of celebration across all areas of our global community with regional parties spanning from Seattle to London.
Elon’s Music Theatre program was recently featured in a BroadwayWorld article providing information about some of the nation’s top music theatre programs.
Alumni, students, families, faculty, staff and friends gave 6,376 gifts and more than $2.3 million in honor of the day, propelling this year’s Elon Day celebration to new heights.
The Los Angeles Alumni Chapter sponsored A Night for Elon Excellence on Feb. 28 at United Talent Agency in Beverly Hills.
A special College Coffee inside Alumni Gym with a Mardi Gras theme on Tuesday morning offered a chance for students, faculty, staff and supporters to celebrate the university they love.
The New York City alumni chapter held its third service outing of the academic year on Feb. 23.
Trustee Shelly Skeens Hazel ’78 and her family advance university priorities to deepen scholarship funding and enhance Elon’s iconic campus.
In partnership with the PR Council, the School of Communications hosted its PR Agency Careers Diversity and Inclusion Panel Discussion on Feb. 25. The wisdom session and ensuing networking reception featured strategic communications and human resources executives from W20 Group, Ketchum, Weber Shandwick, Taylor Global, FleishmanHillard, Finsbury and EP+Co.
The Elon BrainCARE Research Institute will host its sixth annual symposium on Thursday, March 7.
The honorees, young alumni who have achieved major professional success, serve as difference-makers in their communities and loyally support Elon as partners, advocates and investors, will be recognized April 13.
The Charlotte Alumni Chapter hosted the annual Checkers outing with new perks to the group experience, including an on-ice suite.
Christina Byrd ’18 and Bradley Soule ’18 passed the exam for CMA designation, the global benchmark for management accountants and financial professionals.
The Seattle Chapter provided alumni with a panel of Seattle-based professionals.
The WSOC-TV journalist was recognized for his dogged reporting that helped establish with certainty that McCrae Dowless, a Republican political consultant, orchestrated a plot to influence a rural North Carolina congressional race.
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The Charlotte Alumni Chapter hosted a professional development event with the theme of "Ingenuity in the Workforce."
Nine Elon alumni are now studying, teaching or researching in Finland, Germany, India, Spain and the United Kingdom through the prestigious fellowship.
The associate professor of mathematics and Jaclyn (DeVincent) Ashcraft '16 worked with Nicholas Luke from North Carolina A&T State University on the article, which appears in Volume 8 of the journal BIOMATH.
As a defenseman, president and captain of Elon’s Club Hockey team, Garfield stood out with skills as a player and his role within the team as a leader and joins other top players in the Atlantic Coast Collegiate Hockey League's Hall of Fame.
Twenty-two students from Elon University’s Communications Fellows program participated in a two-week trip in January to the Sunshine State, touring communications companies, meeting with industry professionals, and gaining insights into their future careers.
The Tampa Bay Alumni Chapter hosted its 2nd annual group outing to support their local hockey team
The article appeared in The North Carolina Journal of Mathematics and Statistics
Alumni get special opportunity to relish in the activities of the Super Bowl in their city
The award-winning photographer covers politics and national news and his work is regularly featured in The New York Times and other national media outlets.