The broadcast journalism graduate and White House video director returned to campus on April 23, visiting with classes and students before being honored at the School of Communications’ annual awards ceremony.
The alumni are part of the 2,000 graduate applicants selected to receive funding from the National Science Foundation in 2015.
In its fifth year, the Top 10 Under 10 Alumni Awards program highlights and celebrates alumni who have graduated within the past decade and are distinguished in their professions and invested in the future of Elon and its community.
The Lukemia & Lymphoma Society nominated Brendan Westlund '01 for Man of the Year, launching a 10-week fundraising campaign to raise $100,000.
Christian Binder ’13, Mariah Czap ’13 and Al Drago ’15 discussed their careers working as freelancers and how they established themselves in the communications field.
The Elon University graduate was selected as the winner of the Lexus Vine Challenge, presented by the Jimmy Fallon-hosted program. Her Vine video was recognized during the late-night show’s April 10 telecast.
Elon University’s Premier Sport & Event Society brought together professionals from various aspects of the communications, event planning and sports industries on April 7 to share their insight and advice.
Brian Hopkins ’98, Nathan Rode ’07, Jocelyn Fern ’07 and Joseph DiRienzo ’14 don’t play on the diamond, but the Elon University alumni have found worthwhile careers in baseball.
The event, hosted by the Office of Alumni Engagement, brought Elon to the nation’s capital for a reception that drew more than 300 attendees to the National Geographic Museum.
Former physics and science education major John Tumbleston ’06 is part of a team whose work on a highly innovative new process for rapid 3D printing was published in Science.
Elon University students and alumni came together to create a minute-long commercial for the American sporting goods brand, which the company promoted and praised on its Facebook page on March 16.
The 2015 Nashville Film Festival celebrates "That Other Crazy Thing You Do," a short narrative film written by Elon University graduate Michelle Leibel ’14.
The School of Communications alumnus and a colleague won the biennial Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Journalism for an in-depth program focused on women's health rights and abortion in Texas.
Rachel Southmayd Campbell ’13 and Ashley Fahey '13 were recognized March 14 with 2014 South Carolina Press Association awards.
A celebration on March 10, 2015, in honor of Elon’s birthday raised more than $702,000 to support students, scholarships, athletics, and faculty and staff.
Thousands of alumni, parents, faculty/staff and friends from around the world posted their belief in Elon and made gifts to the university on March 10, 2015, setting new records for engagement and philanthropy.
Elon Law’s 2015 Reunion Weekend included a Class of 2010 fifth-year reunion dinner, a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminar, an affinity group brunch, a family fun day luncheon, a race for women’s health and an evening reception at the O.Henry Hotel where five alumni were recognized for achievement and professional service.
During the last year, Elon University graduate Alex Hadden ’13 has worked on a documentary, titled “BRAND: A Second Coming," that features entertainment personality Russell Brand. The film will have its world premiere March 13 at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas.
2nd Lt. Jamie Seals, whose education was funded by the U.S. Air Force Health Professions Scholarship Program, reports for commissioned officer training in May as she begins her healthcare career by serving her country.
Constantine joins the staff of his alma mater after managing social media for downtown Raleigh businesses with the digital marketing firm Live Work Play.
Several Elon University graduates earned top honors in the North Carolina Press Association’s 2014 News, Editorial and Photojournalism Contest. The alumni winners, led by Kristin Zachary ’09 and Scott Muthersbaugh ’06, were celebrated at the association’s annual Winter Institute Feb. 26.
The Elon University Board of Trustees has elected longtime board member Zachary (Zac) Walker III to serve as a life trustee.
A weekend symposium offered alumni an opportunity to reconnect with their alma mater while sharing their current work as Elon University marked the 10th anniversary of its art history program.
Kathryn Osborn '14, a history with teacher licensure major, was selected Teacher of the Month for February at Southern High School in Durham, N.C.
After a series of injuries put his active military career on hold, U.S. Navy Hospital Corpsman 1st Class Jamie Sclater '02 has found strength—and healing—in the pool.
A lifelong racing fan, Annette Randall ’05 has managed to shape a career around her favorite pastime.
The Elon University alumnus and respected broadcaster discussed an array of topics during a stop Feb. 12 in the School of Communications.
Joing Hartford alumni, parents and friends of Elon in our largest event of the year
Join New York alumni, parents and friends of Elon in our largest event of the year
The list, selected by The Business Journal of the Triad, recognizes the most promising young business professionals under the age of 40 in the Triad area of North Carolina.
Join Charleston alumni, parents and friends of Elon in our largest event of the year
"Germany and China: Transnational Encounters since the Eighteenth Century" includes chapters Crowe authored, including one that was co-written by an Elon alumna who recently completed graduate work at Columbia University.
The School of Communications graduate launched a fundraising campaign in January to promote his project ‘Gossamer,’ attempting to crack the Hollywood standard of creating original content.
The team of Matthew Eastman ’13 G’15 and Jonathan Bucec G’15 is vying to win the Fan Favorite Competition in the 2015 SECU Emerging Issues Prize for Innovation and need your vote.
Jamie Albright '13 and Professor Cynthia "Cindy" Fair researched barriers to communication between medical providers and adolescents born with HIV.
The university’s oldest living alumnus – who in October 2013 took part in Fall Convocation’s “Long Maroon Line” as a tribute to Elon’s 125th anniversary year – died Monday in his sleep in Durham, North Carolina.
The honorees are alumni who have graduated in the past 10 years, enjoyed major professional success, made a big difference in their community and been loyal Elon supporters.
Fewer than three percent of the state’s lawyers were named to Business North Carolina magazine’s “Legal Elite” in 2015, including De La Calle, who won the “Young Guns” category, and eight other Elon Law alumni.
A Jan. 10 event in London marked the launch of expanded international programming by Elon’s Office of Alumni Engagement.
The 30-second video, which was produced on an $80 budget, is one of 10 selected from nearly 4,900 submissions around the world.
A composition by the head Phoenix women's basketball coach, along with faculty member Todd Coleman and alumna Kennedy Caughell, has reached nearly 90,000 Facebook users.
Beginning in January 2015, the School of Communications faculty and Interactive Media master’s program will host a free online course for communications alumni, highlighting the fast-changing topics in mass communication today.
As 2014 draws to a close, the Office of University Communications shares some great moments captured by Elon photographers during the past 12 months.
Professor Emeritus of Philosophy John G. Sullivan provides a Holiday message for the Elon community.
Elon Law student Joshua Bonney and alumnus Andrew Realon were part of a national conference examining change in legal education sponsored by Wolters Kluwer.
The Elon graduate authored "The Fighting Christians: Elon College Athletics Through the Years" in 1989 after compiling sports data for half a century on every student athlete to wear maroon and gold.
Beth Hirschy Royals ’88, a marketing and sales professional who studied business at Elon, won Pillsbury's 47th Bake-Off® Contest with her original recipe for Peanutty Pie Crust Clusters.
As soccer’s popularity surges nationwide, so does the strength of Elon’s program. The result? The Phoenix has become a source of professional players who can succeed at the country’s highest level.
Sam White ’06, a corporate communications graduate and a member of the inaugural Periclean Scholars class, returned to campus earlier this fall to share insights with members of the Periclean Class of 2017.