Zachary Bocian ’17, a native of Yorktown Heights, New York, turned to staff members in the Student Professional Development Center to prepare for interviews and develop a strategy for success during one of the most stressful times of his undergraduate experience.
Elon's annual celebration of intellectual inquiry and scholarship features the work of eight accomplished faculty scholars as well as eight students who are working with faculty mentors on undergraduate research.
The journalism major will participate in a 10-week investigative reporting assignment at Arizona State University this summer, examining hate crimes, hate groups and their targets and victims in the United States.
Oliver Luck, executive vice president of regulatory affairs and an authority on all NCAA regulatory functions, spoke with Visiting Professor Bill Squadron’s “Sport Law” classes on Nov. 30.
Janna Anderson, professor of communications and director of the Imagining the Internet Center, was interviewed for a Nov. 29 article that looks at potential ramifications of repealing regulations meant to ensure an open internet.
Kathleen Stansberry, assistant professor of communications, was interviewed for the article that looks at the social media campaign that targets sexual harassment.
The assistant professor of sport management co-led an October presentation titled “Developing Leadership Capacity of College Students During Divisive Times.”
Seniors Cathy Schubert and Kristen Wrigley won the professional selling competition for Elon students.
An accrediting team has found the school’s undergraduate program and M.A. in Interactive Media program in compliance on all standards.
The student-run news organization was honored with eight awards, including four first-place finishes, and several School of Communications graduates were recognized for their professional journalism efforts.