The journalism and political science double major will participate in a prestigious 10-week investigative reporting assignment at Arizona State University in summer 2015.
The assistant professor's research explores best practices for organizations recovering from crises.
Elon parents Dwight and Martha Schar have made the largest single gift in Elon University history, pledging $12 million to name two new buildings planned for the Elon campus.
During a Dec. 4 on-campus poster session, Elon University’s first-year Communications Fellows discussed their research regarding human relationships and interactions.
Henry Kean ’14 G’15 collaborated with two UNC-Greensboro students to produce the winning business plan at Triad Startup Weekend hosted by Elon University’s Doherty Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership.
Undergraduate and graduate students produced a web platform for North Carolina A&T's CASE Lab during a November competition in Greensboro, N.C.
A new award provides students with $10,000 to research and understand problems of interest to them and then use their leadership abilities to test potential solutions.
Elon University announces an accelerated, full-time program with concentrations in corporate communications and organizational analytics.
A School of Communications staff member and student emphasized empathy and the permanence of the Internet to high school students at The Burlington School.
A fellowship created by Elon University in 2008 will help support excellence in ongoing research and creative work by Janna Anderson, Heidi Frontani and Tom Henricks.
Four students and one professor provided video and social media coverage to this annual summit of industry leaders, entrepreneurs and researchers in Nashville. Two more Elon students and one Elon alum attended as well.
This semester's edition marks the 10th in the history of the Elon Journal.
Elon Local News is named the Best Student Newscast in the Carolinas, and three Communications alumni are also recognized for their journalism and production efforts.
School of Communications seniors Marisa Moody and Erin Turner have both been named to the AAF's Most Promising Multicultural Students Program, a highly selective annual award for college students with exceptional academic and professional achievements.
More than 50 students presented entrepreneurial ventures that offered solutions to social issues or ideas for a business opportunity.
The associate professor of communications interviewed 92-year-old J.C. Nethercutt, a WWII vet who was Hatcher's neighbor when he was growing up in eastern North Carolina. Nethercutt, who served as an ambulance driver in the Army, nearly died in a mishap a few days after landing on Normandy in 1944.
NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams headlined the public kickoff of fundraising for Elon’s new communications facilities.
Fly-through of new building showcases how it will frame part of Elon's campus.
Faculty and staff members presented sessions and ran a sponsorship table at a convention that featured more than 6,100 students.
Students also presented a session and blogged about their experiences during a student media conference in Philadelphia.
Using stories from his own interactions with the journalistic legend, Associate Professor Anthony Hatcher authored a reflection for regional newspapers on the October death of former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee.
Elon's student-run news organization is accepting applications until Nov. 19 for dozens of open spots.
Yasmine Arrington competes next August in Seattle on a platform of mentoring and supporting children of incarcerated parents.
Twenty-seven students met with alumni and viewed the operations of several media organizations.
The latest research by Elon's Imagining the Internet Center and Pew Internet examines the threat to national security by cyber attacks.
The two prominent journalists lauded School of Communications students as 'curious' and 'humble.'
Plans for a new academic complex excited alumni, students and faculty who gathered Friday to help launch a fundraising drive that, once complete, will allow Elon University to double the amount of campus space dedicated to the School of Communications.
The communications agency is looking for qualified students to fill key roles for the spring of 2015.
The Communications professors participated in a panel discussion and poster session.
Associate Professor Naeemah Clark authored a newspaper column that reflects on the relationship she shares with her father and her recent efforts to teach him social media best practices.
Communications associate professor pens piece about Notre Dame's history with the ACC.
The mural on the second floor of Global Neighborhood D depicts a Phoenix with words in different languages and flags from around the world.
The Elon students met with 1,000 PRSSA members during Fall Break and had opportunities to learn about public relations professionals and to network and make contacts for the future.
Yasmine Arrington's "ScholarCHIPS" program has provided 17 scholarships to date to children whose parents are imprisoned, and her work both on and off Elon University's campus has caught the attention of nonprofit leaders and government policymakers.
Katie Blunt '15 discussed media framing of Hitler's early years.
The School welcomes alumni back to campus with a reception and discussion of expansion plans.
The School of Communications organized events that encouraged students, faculty and staff to interact with the news.
President Leo M. Lambert and four Elon professors led dinner conversations on Oct. 6 with students from the university's Historic Neighborhood who wanted to share the lessons they learned from Fall Convocation.
World tech experts predict telepresence, virtual reality and highly personal information apps are ahead in the next decade of high-speed Internet development.
Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, the first married couple to win journalism’s highest honor, took questions from Elon University students Thursday in a Whitley Auditorium conversation on the education of girls, their roles as storytellers and the “white savior complex.”
Elon University’s Fall Convocation and Baird Pulitzer Prize Lecture on Oct. 2, 2014, featured Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, husband-and-wife journalists who shared ways for people to make a difference in battling global challenges like poverty, sex trafficking and lack of educational opportunities.
Five sport and event management majors helped manage a concession tent during men's and women's golf championships this summer in Pinehurst, North Carolina, and proceeds from their effort will benefit a scholarship program for Elon students completing sport and event mangagement internships.
The award-winning 'Emptying the Skies' will also be screened at two upcoming film festivals.
Communications assistant professor discussed the Better Reykjavik project, which deals with participation and collaboration in city governance.
After his only child moved away this fall to college, Associate Professor Thomas Nelson writes in regional newspapers about the passage of time and how life fulfillment must now come from new sources.
Eighteen board members were in attendance to hear about the future of the School and to speak to students.
The guest speaker was Marianne Brigola, assistant director of Career Services for the School of Communications, who shared her knowledge with about 45 student members.
Jack MacKenzie, president of Magid Generational Strategies, discussed the youngest U.S. generation, called "The Plurals" in a Sept. 18 lecture.
Mason Sklut ’14, Maggie Sloane ’14 and Sergio Ingato ’15 co-produced "BrocKINGton," which premiered in September at the Austin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival.
Communications assistant professor's research examines emotional responses to organizational crisis.