Twenty faculty members will serve on panels, present research and receive honors for their academic work.
Associate Professor Anthony Hatcher authored an opinion column for several North Carolina newspapers about the disdain politicians can show toward those at the very top of their professions.
The article was published in the International Journal of Communication and the book review was featured in International Migration Review.
Eight papers from the 2013 Elon University Media and Religion Conference have been published in both e-Book and print-on-demand paperback formats.
11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Moseley Center McKinnon Hall. Open to alumni, all majors, and all years.
The associate professor of communications also offered a separate workshop about data collection to a university in Korea.
Privacy and "The Internet of Things" were the subjects of a July 10 conference in Palo Alto, Calif.
The associate professor of communications studied the impact women's magazines had on the acceptance of cosmetic surgery.
The media arts & entertainment Elon graduate is one of five awardees selected for the fellowship made possible through a partnership between the U.S. Department of State and the National Geographic Society.
The two faculty members from Elon University's School of Communications offered presentations to rising high school seniors.
Senior Katie Maraghy discussed the concept, structure and successes of "ELN Morning."
Associate Professor Naeemah Clark writes for several regional newspapers about the role she fulfills, and the community she builds, when sharing television show recommendations with friends and loved ones.
Imagining the Internet and Pew Research surveyed world technology experts about the challenges to the Internet's future development between now and 2025.
A team of students, faculty, and alumni from Elon University's School of Communications spent a week in June in Ekaterinburg, Russia, covering the 2014 International Collegiate Programming Contest in video, photo, social media and text.
Contributions by the Elon assistant professor of communications are part of a 600-article volume.
Five students from the Department of Sport and Event Management have recruited volunteers, handled sales receipts and coordinated inventory this month at a concessions tent in Pinehurst, North Carolina, for the 2014 men’s and women’s U.S. Open Championships.
Elon University's coordinator of student media discussed editing and mentoring at a North Carolina Scholastic Media Association program.
Several journalism students pace Elon in the prestigious national contest.
A video created and marketed by Elon University's student-run Limelight Records recording label features the music of Kid Cas, the stage name for Brandon Williams '14.
Professors Vanessa Bravo, Julie Lellis, Barbara Miller and Qian Xu all participated in the conference.
Associate Professor Naeemah Clark writes for regional newspapers about the joys and sadness each spring of watching students graduate.
Here's a look at where some of the 2014 School of Communications graduates are headed following Commencement.
The one-hour school receptions allowed students to introduce parents to faculty mentors, laugh with friends and recognize the people who helped make the last four years possible.
Marisa Moody '15 was recognized as a top advertising student in the Triangle and Triad areas of North Carolina.
MJ Jacobsen, senior vice president of communications for the National Geographic Society, challenged the 38 “digital natives” in the Interactive Media Class of 2014 to never be complacent about learning new things.
The school hosted its annual awards ceremony May 6 to honor high achievement from faculty and students in the last year.
Rising senior Amber Schmiesing, whose work with film was inspired by her experience in the "Elon in L.A." program, won the Dance Camera West film festival's Emerging Artist Second Runner Up Award for an original dance film.
With guidance from faculty and staff in the Student Professional Development Center, strategic communications and political science double major Baron Smith '14 combined his interest in marketing with a passion for cars to secure a position with Volkswagen Group of America's Graduate Program.
Associate Professor Anthony Hatcher writes in several regional newspapers about the activist history of a church that filed a federal lawsuit to overturn North Carolina's constitutional ban against same-sex marriage.
Jill Capotosto will spend up to two years in Vietnam assisting with communications for an international wildlife anti-trafficking organization.
Senior Ben Naughton has been recognized for a story he did about the women's tennis team for 'Elon Phoenix Weekly.'
Experts predict enhanced health, convenience and productivity while also sharing concerns about privacy, hyped expectations and complexity problems.
Students entered the Communications honor society in a May 12 ceremony.
An internship in South Africa her senior year led Anne Goddard '12 to produce an award-winning documentary and solidified her passion for wildlife filmmaking and conservation.
The Mass Communication graduate and Atlanta Falcons play-by-play voice was honored with the School's second annual alumni award.
Adam Lawson '12 wins reporting award for profile of a baseball player.
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.
The new assistant director of Career Services for the School of Communications will prepare students for internships and careers.
Will Anderson '13, David Gwynn '13 and Matt Carter '14 did a guest spot May 29.
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 Oct. 20.
Eugene Daniel '11 placed second in a sports broadcast reporting competition.
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.
"Win or Lose," produced by Dan Koehler '12 and Liv Dubendorf '12, will have a North Carolina showing this month.
The Elon School of Communications alumnus was given the award for work he did at a TV news outlet in Wisconsin.
Communications alumnus wins for a piece about a plant explosion in a nearby Texas town.