4:30 to 7:30 p.m. - Moseley Center, McKinnon Hall
“Drag Queen Storytime,” directed and produced by Emma Kopkowski ’20 and Tyler Litwin ’20, will be shown on Aug. 16 and 17 at The Carolina Theatre of Durham.
5:30 to 6:30 p.m. - Student Professional Development Center, Moseley 140
The senior journalism and international & global studies major completed the interview as an intern with Diverse Issues in Higher Education.
Kate Murphy ’15, a higher education reporter for The Cincinnati Enquirer, and her colleague spent nearly a year examining the many elements and perspectives surrounding the issue of sexual assault on college campuses. Their findings were published on Aug. 6 on the front page of USA Today and an extensive video series is available online at sextalk.usatoday.com.
The movie industry might seem vast, but for Paige Hullett ’16 and John Henry Ward ’17 it has gotten a little bit smaller as they have both been cast in Karen Maine’s “ Yes, God, Yes.”
The Elon alumna and rising junior collected four honors, including two first-place awards, in the national Michigan State University Design Contest for College Students.
The senior is working at Young Hollywood and AfterBuzz TV where she’s putting into practice skills she gained from courses, Elon News Network and “ETalk.”
Five outstanding alumni will be honored at Homecoming Weekend 2018 for their professional success, community engagement and loyal support of Elon.
The journalism major attended the 2018 National Association of Hispanic Journalists Conference in Miami, working in tandem with professional journalists and fellow Latinx students covering the four-day convention.
The 2017 Elon Distinguished Scholar Award recipient presents an overview of her research into online communities.
Lifelong Washington Capitals fan Anna McMahon '19 started her internship with the team not long after the franchise hoisted hockey’s ultimate prize.
The animator for NBC Sports Group and avid soccer fan called his time abroad “a dream come true,” enjoying the globe’s most celebrated soccer tournament up close.
More than 50 Elon undergraduates were joined by several from other colleges and universities participated this summer in SURE, one of Elon's signature undergraduate research opportunities.
The associate dean in the School of Communications co-authored a chapter in the recently published book, “Public Interest Communication Critical Debates and Global Contexts.”
12:15 to 1:30 p.m., Computing Sciences Faculty Lounge, Duke
8 to 9 p.m., LaRose Digital Theatre, Koury Business Center
8 to 9:30 p.m., McKinnon Hall, Moseley Center
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. - McKinnon Hall, Moseley Center
The Elon University junior is writing from inside Zaatari for Save the Children Jordan, a non-governmental organization focused on educating impoverished children.
Katie Maraghy '15 and Nick Dyer '11 both have roles with the popular late-night program.
3:30 to 5:30 p.m., McKinnon Hall, Moseley Center
5:30 to 7:30 p.m., McKinnon Hall - Moseley Center
3 to 6 p.m. - McKinnon Hall, Moseley Center
2 to 5 p.m., Alumni Gym
The Elon University senior presented his short film, “The Reach,” an adaptation of a Stephen King story, at a showcase for aspiring filmmakers at the 2018 Cannes International Film Festival in France.
The assistant professor of communications teamed with fellow Elon colleagues Mitch Herndon and Clay Stevenson, as well as recent iMedia graduate Trey Caldwell, to develop three public service announcements to promote the United Nations AIDS outreach program.
Clark, associate professor of communications, focuses on studying and teaching about economic, programming, and diversity issues related to the media and entertainment industries.
A survey by Elon's Imagining the Internet Center and the Pew Research Center gave leading technology figures a chance to talk about the ways their lives have been changed.
The two Elon University graduates and their colleagues were honored at the 60th National Capital Chesapeake Bay Emmy Awards ceremony held June 23 in Bethesda, Maryland.
Her co-authored study received a 3 Top Faculty Paper Award in the Public Diplomacy Interest Group.
During the 2018 BEA Studio Showcase and Training Workshop held on campus June 12-14, media educators explored current technologies and workflows for teaching television studio production.
The inventor of the World Wide Web has received the Imagining the Internet Areté Medallion for his nearly three decades of outstanding work as a distinguished humanist innovator and technologist role model.
As part of her internship with The Daily Front Row Magazine, a fashion industry publication, Taylor Cruz ’21 interviewed some of Broadway’s biggest performers as well as several renowned clothing designers.
McGann, a rising Elon senior from Summit, New Jersey, shares how his Elon Engagement Scholarship has allowed him to pursue his love for music production. This is the second in a video series highlighting the impact of endowed scholarships at Elon.
The grant from Penn State's Arthur W. Page Center will assist her study of how fake health news flows and competes with real news on social media.
The Communications Fellow, who is a double major in cinema and television arts and international studies, received a summer grant and scholarship.
Meet Linda Findley Kozlowski ’95, the woman in charge of operations for the e-commerce site Etsy.
The associate professor of communications recently published “Religion and Media in America,” which explores how Christianity both adapts to and is affected by new media forms.
Joined by Elon alumna Daniela Ceron ’18, the Elon University colleagues co-led a May 30 workshop, examining teaching modules that explore global competence through the use of traditional and digital media in and out of the classroom.
Six Elon staff members were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the university at a May 25 awards program during the annual staff appreciation celebration in Alumni Gymnasium.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Tom Nelson, associate professor of communications, writes about the impact of Robert Kennedy's funeral on him as a teenager in New York 50 years ago.
The grant will fund a study looking at the interaction between a student's characteristics and the experiences they have while studying abroad.
The Elon alumnus served as an editor for “The Fourth Estate,” a recently released docu-series about New York Times journalists chronicling the first year of the Trump administration.
Derek Lackaff, associate professor of communications and associate director for the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning, will join the Department of Information Science and Media Studies at the University of Bergen for the 2018-19 academic year.