The student-run agency’s multiplatform awards span eight contest categories, highlighting work created for five real-world clients during the 2018-19 school year.
AEJMC, the nation’s oldest collegiate journalism education association, recognized the School of Communications dean with its top honor in diversity education on Aug. 9.
5:30 - 6:30 p.m., SPDC, Moseley 140
5:30- 6:30 p.m. McKinnon Hall, Moseley
3 - 6 p.m. McKinnon Hall, Moseley
4:15 - 7:30 p.m. McKinnon Hall, Moseley
3:30-5:30 p.m. McKinnon Hall, Moseley
Moseley Center, McKinnon Hall 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The biggest opportunity this year to network with employer recruiters from a variety of industries.
Moseley Center, McKinnon Hall 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The grant will support a partnership between the Design For America Studio at Elon and the YMCA of the Triangle to implement new ways to recruit and retain quality lifeguard staff.
The article examines the Sense of Competence Scale-Revised, which measures the sense of competence of college students.
The chapter highlights the need for effective academic and student life partnerships in creating meaningful educational opportunities.
Kathleen Stansberry, assistant professor of strategic communications, offered analysis about the danger that comes with the spread of conspiracy theories, particularly on social media.
A team of 20 School of Communications students prepared and led by four faculty and staff is providing the only full-day journalistic coverage of the multi-event Internet Governance Forum-USA at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, D.C.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Associate Professor of Communications Tom Nelson recalls his experience watching the moon landing 50 years. ago. The column was published in The Daily Progress of Charlottesville, Va.
Erin Barnett '09 edited and co-wrote the film "The Great Hack," which explores data exploitation through personal stories surrounding the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal that influenced the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
The managing editor of The Pendulum, Elon News Network’s student newspaper, was named both the Best News Reporter in the South and the Best Feature Writer in the South.
Brooks Fuller, director of the North Carolina Open Government Coalition and Sunshine Center and instructor of journalism, offers his perspective about a town charging a fee of $70,000 to a local newspaper to fulfill a public records request.
Follow along with Delgado on social media as he participates this summer as a Carnegie-Knight News21 fellow reporting on the federal response to natural disasters.
In this column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Associate Professor of Communications Tom Nelson sheds light on the evolution of the national anthem during and after World War I. The column was published in the Greensboro News & Record.
The recent Elon graduate was named the Hokies’ director of player development, hired to assist the Atlantic Coast Conference program with coaching and development strategies, while utilizing new analytics software and equipment.
Accompanied by Communications Dean Rochelle Ford, four School of Communications students and one alumna attended the PRSA Foundation’s signature event on June 25 to celebrate the advancement of diversity and inclusion in the public relations sector.
Elon against leads the conference in the number of students selected for the award which honors leadership, integrity, teamwork and sportsmanship on and off the field.
Associate Professor Lee Bush, Lecturer Hal Vincent and Honors Fellow Stefanie Milovic ’19 presented research on student-run agencies and society-driven responsibility at the biennial Integrated Marketing Communications conference in Wilmington.
Cecily Basquin '16 and Sabrina Campelo '18 spoke about the importance of their undergraduate research experience at a second luncheon for the Summer Undergraduate Research Experiences (SURE) program.
The associate professor of strategic communications will join the Shanghai International Studies University for the spring 2020 term.
Keller and Vandruff are among the 50 people selected nationwide for the program and will intern this summer at media and entertainment firms in southern California.
To further strengthen Elon's student-centered learning environment, the School of Communications faculty and leadership decided to move to a new format with six undergraduate programs on June 1.
The associate dean in the School of Communications and his fellow researchers examined the public relations functions of eight Kuwaiti banks listed in the Kuwait Stock Exchange Market that use their Instagram accounts, conducting a content analysis of more than 1,500 posts.
A lecturer in communications and faculty director of Live Oak Communications, Vincent has aimed to engage with the community through helping local organizations with strategic communications work.
In their new study, Assistant Professors Sana Haq and Jane O’Boyle examined thousands of posts to understand the contents of international Twitter comments and photos, comparing materials from six different countries.
“Waiting in the Midfield” highlights the life of Omar Alhamwi, a Syrian refugee and former professional soccer player, as he makes a new life for himself in Greensboro. The film will air on Wednesday, May 29, at 9 p.m., with replays the following day.
Four senior journalism majors who produced a story about human trafficking for their Multimedia Journalism class finished sixth in the Team Multimedia competition.
The associate professor of communications will be one of nine participants in the 2019-20 Institute for Diverse Leadership program of AEJMC and ASJMC, two preeminent associations in the field of mass communication.
Family, friends and Elon faculty and staff gathered on May 22 with the 28 students in the Master of Arts in Interactive Media program's Class of 2019 to celebrate their completion of the program.
During their annual capstone exhibition, held on May 21 in Long Building, graduate students in Elon University’s Interactive Media master's program presented the work they've completed this semester to professionals, faculty and staff, family and friends.
The Elon graduate and former news director of “Elon Local News” is one of 10 reporters and producers selected for NBC News’ political embed reporting class, an assignment that will run through Election Day 2020.
The journalism graduate from Elon’s School of Communications is part of a team that produces the popular ESPN daily program, “Pardon the Interruption.”
Here's a look at where some of the 2019 School of Communications graduates are headed after they graduate.
Walker Helms ’19, a political science major who double minored in sport and event management and leadership studies, from Radford, Virginia will transition to Wake Forest School of Law this fall and credits the Student Professional Development Center with supporting him throughout the admissions process.
SPDC welcomes Kiera O'Donnell and Alison Doherty to the SPDC team of professionals.
Emmanuel Morgan '19, Alex Hager '19, Jessica Rapfogel '19 and Anton Delgado '20 were honored by the Society of Professional Journalists for their writing and photography.
The award-winning photographer covers politics and national news and his work is regularly featured in The New York Times and other national media outlets.
Elon continues to build upon its reputation as a top producer of Fulbright award winners with members of the Class of 2019 who will be teaching in Mexico, the Czech Republic, South Korea and Malaysia through the prestigious program.
On May 21, the evening before their Commencement ceremony, 29 graduate students in Elon University's Interactive Media master's program will share their capstone projects with professionals, faculty and staff, family and friends.
This semester’s edition marks the 19th in the history of the Elon Journal, the nation’s first and only undergraduate research journal in communications.
Members of Elon’s faculty and staff, along with retiring employees, were honored May 15 for excellence and service to Elon.
Lusk, the 2019 Student Media Board banquet speaker, helps Fortune 100 brands assess and improve their advertising strategies and reach.
The Communications Fellow and journalism major received a summer grant and scholarship.