Here's a look at where some of the 2016 School of Communications graduates are headed following Commencement.
Fifty-nine percent of Elon students in the Class of 2016 made a gift to Elon as part of the senior class giving campaign, raising more than $20,990 for areas of campus most important to them.
The evening before their Commencement ceremony, graduate students in Elon University's Interactive Media master's program hosted the annual iMedia Capstone Exhibition, presenting their yearlong projects to professionals, faculty and staff, family and friends.
Hosted by the Office of Alumni Engagement, the Wednesday program gave seniors a final moment before Commencement to talk with the faculty and staff mentors who shaped their campus experiences.
The inaugural leadership of the new chapter consists of Matthew Groves L'11 as chapter chair and Karima Grady L'13 as chapter vice chair.
Thousands of alumni donors who have chosen to pay it forward for future Elon alumni will receive special recognition at this year's Commencement ceremony as part of the Share your Chair project.
An infielder turned pitcher, Tom Brewer translated the lessons he learned during a semester spent at Elon in 1951 into a successful Major League Baseball career.
The School of Communications notches four national wins and two national finalist nods in Mark of Excellence competition.
Seven School of Communications faculty and staff members attended the 2016 Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts in Las Vegas, where a recent interactive media graduate and cinema and television arts major were presented with awards.
During the May 3 awards ceremony, Jeremy Recoon ’16 received the Major of the Year Award and alumnus Christopher Bayly ’08 served as the evening’s guest speaker, highlighting his career in the sports consulting industry.
Katherine Shafer ’15, an international studies major from Port Jefferson, N.Y., will spend 11 months teaching English in Taiwan as part of a federal program that promotes mutual goodwill between people of the United States and people of other nations.
Katie Jarret Burke ’03 offers practical financial planning strategies for the Class of 2016 and young alumni.
Triangle-area alumni gathered at City Club Raleigh on April 13 for an alumni panel focused on the future growth of the area
Washington, D.C. area alumni gathered on April 20 at CASE Headquarters to hear about alumni professional journeys in the nation's captial
Charlotte-area alumni gathered at the Duke Mansion on Monday, April 25 to hear from four alumni about their journeys in starting their own companies
Los Angeles area alumni gathered at Busby's East on Tuesday, May 3 to hear from a panel of five alumni about their journeys to success in Los Angeles
Phoenix gear will be produced by the leading apparel and equipment producer beginning in July 2016.
Take advantage of this short-term volunteer role that is now open for alumni who graduated from 2006 to 2015.
Five members of the Elon University community and one School of Communications graduate attended the 12th annual conference of The Forum on Education Abroad.
The Los Angeles-based technology consultant noted that his connection to his alma mater continues to grow with every passing year, thanks to the friends and mentors he found on campus.
The national award recognizes Elon’s commitment to sustainability in its operations and its academic programs.
Al Drago '15 was honored with four regional wins in photography categories.
Brett Evans ’13, co-owner of Piedmont Biofarm in Pittsboro, gave a talk titled “From Liberal Arts to Local Agriculture: a Young Farmer’s Views on Food.”
The reporter at KOMO-TV in Seattle and recipient of four regional Emmys during his television career presented one of his awards to Communications Dean Paul Parsons to display in the school’s lobby.
The awards program highlights and celebrates alumni who have graduated within the past decade and who are distinguished in their professions and invested in the future of Elon and its community.
A ceremony marking the removal of a portion of Elon’s west wall united town and gown leaders to celebrate the university’s continued growth.
Elon University has received several questions and expressions of concern regarding this week’s action by the North Carolina legislature prohibiting local government non-discrimination laws.
The Elon alumnus was riding the subway just one Metro stop away from the Maelbeek station when the blast occurred on March 22.
The College Media Association honored the student news organization with an Apple Award, and a School of Communications staff member and alumnus offered presentations at the convention.
Winners will know if their work will enter the national contest in April.
Senior journalism major Gary Grumbach and Kate Murphy '15 were both honored in the same multimedia competition.
Professor and author Danielle Keats Citron delivered the spring keynote address Thursday night in Elon's Lauren Dunne Astley Memorial Lecture program, which aims to promote healthy relationships between young men and women and prevent domestic violence.
Katrina Taylor ’04 is the editor and producer of a documentary titled “Boone,” which chronicles the trials and tribulations of three young farmers working on a small goat farm in Southern Oregon.
Erin Lawless ’03 visited campus in February and spoke with students about her experiences in the Peace Corps.
The third annual #ElonDay celebration raised $955,099 from 3,749 gifts, making it the single greatest day of giving in Elon’s history.
Students, faculty and staff celebrated Elon University on March 8, 2016, in a special gathering around Fonville Fountain where revelers heard from two young alumni about the value and power of giving back to their alma mater.
A special Feb. 27 dinner offered Elon University students, alumni and staff members an opportunity to share stories from a residential living-learning community that introduces freshmen to campus and regional service opportunities.
Katie Zach ’04 and Leanne High ’07 visited campus to talk about their past experiences and current roles working in the public relations field, giving students insight into the professional world.
For the second consecutive year, students studying in the Elon in LA program got an inside look at the festivities leading up to the Academy Awards, the film industry’s biggest night of the year.
The Pendulum, Phi Psi Cli and Colonnades won a total of 22 awards from the North Carolina College Media Association.
The N.C. Press Association honored Thompson, a rape survivor and an advocate for reform in the use of eyewitness identification, during a Feb. 25 awards ceremony.
Greg Mader '11, a doctoral student in Biomathematics at N.C. State University, spoke Feb. 24 to a crowd of 32 students and faculty about his life as a graduate student.
Led by Nick Margherita’s first-place finish, several School of Communications students and graduates were recognized in the 2016 Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts. Their awards will be presented at the organization's annual conference April 17-20 in Las Vegas.
Bill Zint ’79, WSOE’s first manager, reflects on the student radio station’s 1977 launch and its mission to bring together the Elon community.
Glenda Phillips Hightower and Eugene Perry ‘69 were honored during a special College Coffee with formal portraits unveiled to commemorate their roles in making Elon history.
Fueled by personal experience, Yasmine Arrington ’15 is building a brighter future for children of incarcerated parents.
Cinema and television arts major Jonny Deaton ’17 will screen his film, “Joining the Conversation,” and kick off a discussion about nuclear weapons during the opening day of the annual conference held in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Steven Ebert ’14 is one of 12 individuals selected from a pool of more than 1,500 candidates for a three-year fellowship with WPP, the world’s largest advertising, public relations and branding company.
Elon University faculty members Jen Guy Metcalf and J McMerty '00, with assistance from several students and alumni, collaborated to examine a love story through ages and stages of life.
The honorees are alumni from the past decade who have achieved major professional success, serve as difference-makers in their communities, and loyally support Elon as partners, advocates and investors.
Bia Jurema ’15, a School of Communications alumna, directed, shot and edited a video currently playing on the arena’s LED screens during NBA games and concerts.
Laith al-Majali '05 is part of a team that has earned the nation of Jordan its first ever Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Language Film.
Assistant Professor Buffie Longmire-Avital and young alumna Brenda Reavis '15 have co-authored an article in a forthcoming edition of the Journal of Black Psychology examining the ideal and non-negotiable characteristics emerging adult Black American women look for in potential male partners.
The former Elon women’s basketball standout with a distinguished career in collegiate and professional coaching will join eight other North Carolina sports figures to be formally enshrined during a May induction banquet.
Elon University School of Law has created the Elon Law Legal Incubator to support Elon Law graduates who wish to develop solo law practices and to create opportunities for lawyers to provide reduced-cost legal services for low-income residents of Guilford County.
The Elon University music theatre alum joins the casts of “Disney Dreams,” “Twice Charmed,” and the world premiere of “Tangled.”
The human service studies major from South Carolina excelled in the classroom and on the field this fall for the Elon Phoenix football team, earning him honors from the Football Championship Subdivision Athletics Directors Association.
As we bid farewell to 2015, we invite you to take a few minutes to recall the historic and memorable moments of the past year in a picture gallery created by University Communications photographers.
Elon University music theatre alumna Ginna Claire Mason '13 steps into her dream role and flies by bubble as Glinda in "Wicked" on Broadway.
The team of Mike Garland ’15 G’16 and Tyler Parrott ’15 G’16 prevailed against student groups from more than 20 universities.
Fifty-three graduate students received their Doctor of Physical Therapy degrees Sunday in a ceremony that recognized School of Health Sciences Dean Elizabeth Rogers, whose retirement in May will come 20 years after she arrived at Elon to help create the physical therapy program.
A Dec. 11 program in the Sacred Space of the Numen Lumen Pavilion marked the end of academic studies and the formal start of clinical education for members of the PA program's Class of 2017.
The music theatre alumnus will perform in "Legally Blonde: The Musical" for Norwegian Cruise Line and he encourages current students to "always strive to bring something different to the table."
Join President Leo M. Lambert and Elon alumni, parents and friends at one of the Evening for Elon events in Spring 2016
The Lauren Dunne Astley Memorial Lecture Series will bring speakers to campus to help educate the Elon University community about healthy relationships and domestic violence.
The managing editor at KXAN in Austin, Texas, was recognized at the 13th annual Lone Star Emmy Awards Show for his in-depth program focused on women's health rights and abortion.
The short film, written and directed by Jordan Roman ’15, was recognized at the 13th International Student Film Festival Hollywood, a forum for student filmmakers to showcase their work.
Two major fall event dates have been confirmed. Family Weekend will be Sept. 30-Oct. 2 and Homecoming from Oct. 21-23, 2016.
A problem-solver, Vincent Suozzi ’82 invented a compact tool that makes it easier to enjoy a weed-free garden.
Jamie Albright '13 and Professor Cynthia Fair shared original HIV/AIDS research at a conference of the American Public Health Association.