Marianne Brigola ready to help Communications students find their path
The new assistant director of Career Services for the School of Communications will prepare students for internships and careers.
Documentary from two alumni wins Student Academy Award
Daniel Koehler '12 and Liv Dubendorf '12's film "Win or Lose" takes the bronze medal in the Documentary category of the competition.
Kirsten Bennett '11 wins Emmy for coverage of Aurora shooting
A producer for KOAA-TV's "News 5 at 6 p.m." in Colorado, Bennett and a colleague were honored July 13 at the Heartland Emmy Awards ceremony in Denver.
Journalism alumnus places 1st in NDNA competition
Adam Lawson '12 wins reporting award for profile of a baseball player.
Journalism alumnus wins Silver Dome award
Eugene Daniel '11 placed second in a sports broadcast reporting competition.
Elon alumni appear on GMA Live
Will Anderson '13, David Gwynn '13 and Matt Carter '14 did a guest spot May 29.
A “virtuous nightlife:” alumni redefine fundraising in the D.C. area
Through RaiseDC, Brendan O’Connor ’09 and Ryan Ulbrich ’09 are creating new opportunities for young professionals to give back to their community.
Alumnus shares career insight, advice via Skype with music class
Tom Mullen ’00 paid a ‘virtual’ visit May 7 to students in Clay Stevenson’s Survey of Music Business class.
Ross Wade recognized for service to alums
The Communications Alumni Network recognized Ross Wade, the former assistant director of career services for the School of Communications, as the "World's Most Extraordinary Careers Mentor."
Communications Alumni Network formed
The Communications Alumni Network heard a State of the School address from the dean and an update on the Elon Mentoring Network at its organizing meeting during Homecoming weekend. Then, it elected Katie Sherman '04 of Condé Nast in New York City, as its inaugural president.
Alumnus' film released in theatres
A critically acclaimed film produced by Laith al-Majali '05 was screened in limited release across the United States with shows in New York City, Washington, Detroit, Boston, Philadelphia and Minneapolis.
Doug Finberg receives Distinguished Alumni Award in 2012
Doug Finberg ’94, executive vice president for marketing at MGM Studios in Los Angeles, became the second Communications alumnus to receive the inaugural-year Distinguished Alumni Award in the School of Communications on April 26.
Jo Craven McGinty receives Distinguished Alumni Award in 2012
New York Times projects editor Jo Craven McGinty, a 1985 Elon journalism graduate who has been a part of two Pulitzer Prize teams, received the first-ever Distinguished Alumni Award in the School of Communications on April 19.
2012 Top 10 Under 10 Alumni
School of Communications alumni were among the recipients of 2012 Top 10 Under 10 Alumni awards.
Gerald Gibson Coordinates School's Alumni Affairs
Communications assistant professor Gerald Gibson was named the School’s coordinator of alumni affairs, a new position aimed at reaching out to and reconnecting with alumni.
Alumni on 2012 Homecoming panel
Twelve Elon University alumni participated in a panel discussion Friday, Oct. 19 to share their thoughts and experiences on networking, internships and campus involvement.
Matt Belanger '05 wins regional Emmy
Matt Belanger '05 received an Emmy Award Sept. 22 from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences for a story he produced on welfare fraud in Pennsylvania.
Mitch Pittman '09 wins regional Emmy
Pittman was honored Sept. 29 by the Upper Midwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in the Feature News Report: Serious Single Story category.
Laith al-Majali '05 receives university's 2008 Young Alumnus of the Year Award
The award is presented to an alumnus who has graduated within the past 10 years and distinguished himself in a profession and in the community. "What Elon has given me, in terms of an education, no other institution would have been able to do," Majali said.