Jason Waterman (communication science), Nathan Dean (economics) and Matt Wescoe (political science) have been honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America for their academic and athletic performances.
3:30-4:30 p.m. in McEwen, Studio B
Elon's chapter of Lambda Pi Eta was recognized by the National Communication Association for several programs, including an annual “How to Succeed as a Communications Major” campus event.
Alessandra Losa ’14, a marketing and journalism double major, topped more than 100 students last month in the speed-selling event at the Russ Berrie Institute National Sales Challenge.
Nearly two out of three respondents in the latest Elon University Poll are unaware that North Carolina laws exist to make many state government records open to inspection by residents.
This semester's edition marks the eighth in the history of the Elon Journal.
Elon’s senior Joseph Bruno, junior Brandon Joyner and assistant professor Vanessa Bravo reached about 174,000 persons with live tweeting and two videos
Seven faculty members will take part in a program that will allow them to incorporate or enhance a focus on sustainable principles and practices in their courses.
Delaney McHugo created a public service announcement for a class assignment and was honored for her work when she entered the video in a contest sponsored by the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network.
Elon in LA Spring has had a spot open up!
Communications alumnus wins for a piece about a plant explosion in a nearby Texas town.
From now until March 15, there is rolling admission (until full) for all Study USA summer programs. Some programs are nearing capacity so students are encouraged to apply now if interested.
The Communications associate professor discussed rubrics for providing feedback to students.
Associate Professor Naeemah Clark in the School of Communications writes in a newspaper opinion column how several "reality" television programs don't accurately portray the roles African-American women play in their communities.
Elon's campus news organization is acception applications until Nov. 20 for many open spots.
The Elon School of Communications alumnus was given the award for work he did at a TV news outlet in Wisconsin.
Elon Communications students learn about the precarious world of freelance writing from two veteran journalists at a dinner held in the American Tobacco district in Durham, N.C.
Students and the show itself placed well in RTDNAC competition.
Social media reports by J McMerty, director of the "Elon in L.A." program, found worldwide audiences on Nov. 1, 2013, when his flight landed in Los Angeles as a shooting unfolded inside the airport.
First-year Communications Fellows toured media outlets and networked with professionals.
The student newspaper was recognized by the Associated Collegiate Press and the College Media Association during a student media conference in New Orleans.
The Star Chapter Award is a national distinction that few chapters earn by meeting specific chapter and professional development goals.
Doug Kass's film is based on a New Yorker piece that describes the issue of bird poaching in Europe.
Lee Bush, associate professor in the School of Communications, presented her paper “Creating Our Own Lineup: Identities and Shared Cultural Norms of Surfing Women in a U.S. East Coast Community,” at the Fall 2013 Conference of the International Organization of Social Sciences and Behavioral Research.
Study USA is launching a summer internship program in Alaska starting this upcoming summer 2014.
Findings were shared Oct. 11, 2013, with representatives from several Alamance County agencies who took part in a study to uncover the motivations, benefits, and challenges of asking college students to volunteer.
The entry deadline is Dec. 13, 2013, for a student competition focused on human rights that will award cash prizes totaling $3,600. Categories include: research papers, journalism, electronic media, creative writing, photos, and world languages
Join us at Alumni Gym for a chance to talk to fellow students about internship experience and job advice and to network with students who share your same passions and interests.
Steve “The Woz” Wozniak encouraged members of the Elon University community on Thursday to “build in an element of fun” into everything they do and that “sometimes you make your best decisions when you’re forced to.”
Mitch Pittman ’09 won his most recent Upper Midwest Region Emmy Award for his work at KSTP-TV in St. Paul, Minn., during a Sept. 28 ceremony.
When a North Carolina school system temporarily pulled "Invisible Man" from its libraries, Associate Professor Anthony Hatcher turned to newspaper opinion pages to explain why such bans are misguided.
In Elon University’s 2013 Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture, author Taylor Branch reminds his audience that despite progress born from the civil rights movement, the American system of government and its democratic principles remain fragile.
The award includes a film set and $1,200 programming stipend to be used to provide scholarly presentations and exhibit four documentaries with new footage illustrating the history of civil rights in America.
Gabriela "Gabby" Szewcow '13 discovered a passion for media relations and used resources through the Student Professional Development Center, along with advice from faculty mentors, to land a job in New York City.
Communications assistant professor Dan Haygood organized the one-day event, which focused on mobile technologies, regulations and advertising.
"Break the Night" by Dean Coots '13 won both the fan vote and the judge's award in a contest sponsored by Sprite Films, earning him a $30,000 contract.
Associate Professor Naeemah Clark writes in a newspaper guest column about the lack of minority female role models on television who can be a positive influence for all girls of color.
Elon University senior Joe Bruno, news director for student-run broadcast news station Elon Local News, attended a national journalism conference with communications professors.
The paper explains the transnational communication strategies utilized by the governments of Costa Rica and El Salvador to inform about external voting rights
The associate professor in the School of Communications spoke Aug. 21, 2013, about a new show by comedian Seth MacFarlane under heavy criticism for its racial stereotyping of Asians.
The assistant professor in the School of Communications was recognized with the "SuPRstar" honor for her teaching accomplishments and contributions to the public relations profession.
For the rest of August, you can vote for a short film produced by Dean Coots '13 for the Sprite Films program.
Seventeen faculty members served on panels, presented research and received honors for their academic work.
Amanda Sturgill, Phillip Motley and Staci Saltz all wrote articles for an AEJMC peer-reviewed journal.
Communications faculty met with Elon University alumni living in New York to discuss careers and networking.
Fourteen students in the Elon in New York City summer program met with the general manager of the Metropolitan Opera.
The associate professor in the School of Communications examines the impact of political cartooning as part of a multi-author book on media sensationalism in the 19th century.
"Win or Lose," produced by Dan Koehler '12 and Liv Dubendorf '12, will have a North Carolina showing this month.
Students interviewed Hall of Fame inductees at the Internet Engineering Task Force meeting in Berlin, Germany.
The new assistant director of Career Services for the School of Communications will prepare students for internships and careers.