The Elon Law Alumni Association will recognize Kristin Thompson Seum '10 L'13, Jim Grant L’12, Adrianne Edmonds Poe L'11 and Angelique Ryan L'16 for contributions to their professions, their communities, and their alma mater during Elon Law Alumni Reunion Weekend.
Associate Professor Rich Landesberg and nine School of Communications students traveled this week to New York City, touring the facilities of several major network news organizations and meeting with high-level broadcast news professionals, including Brian Williams and Michael Radutzky, members of Elon’s Communications Advisory Board.
The Elon Latinx Hispanic Alumni Network (ELHAN) will officially launch September 2017.
The Elon University alumna was elevated to vice president of multiplatform content and partnerships at Authentic Entertainment, overseeing the Emmy Award-winning production company’s creative development efforts for original video content.
The Society of Professional Journalists Region 2 gathering featured the Mark of Excellence Awards results, of which several Elon students were winners.
CNN's newest documentary, "Unseen Enemy," was edited by Erin Barnett, a 2009 Elon graduate whose previous documentary work includes "Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine."
Julie Lellis, associate professor and associate department chair in the School of Communications, has co-authored a new book that utilizes a zombie analogy to correct poor communication behaviors.
Ryan Andrew Newson '07 and John Penniman '05 have each recently published a first book.
Fifteen board members and guests visited campus on March 31 to share their professional insight and commemorate the completion of the school’s expansion project.
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 their community.
On Wednesday, March 22, the Atlanta Alumni Chapter and Odyssey students came together for a LifELONg Learning event at the Center for Civil & Human Rights.
The Seattle Alumni Chapter hosted a snowshoe hike in the Cascade mountains
Johnny Stellard '10 and Paul Heesang Miller '10 are currently performing in the original casts of 'Anastasia' and 'Miss Saigon' on Broadway
Several Elon University graduates were recognized in the North Carolina Press Association’s 2016 News, Editorial and Photojournalism Contest, the centerpiece of the association’s annual Winter Institute.
Ginna Claire Mason '13 steps into the bubble full time as Glinda the Good Witch.
In addition to receiving a service award at the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association’s annual event, the assistant professor of sport and event management hosted a preconference workshop and presented an educational session.
The School of Communications Internship Office will present two internship readiness seminars for first academic interns.
Al Thomas ’81 has had a love affair with the piano that has continued over the decades.
In honor of #ElonDay on March 7, donors made 4,299 gifts for more than $1,075,025 to achieve the most successful #ElonDay celebration to date.
A special College Coffee on Tuesday morning helped shift giving into high gear for the fourth #ElonDay.
Associate Professor of Communications Anthony Hatcher writes about the professionalism and passion he has seen in his current and former journalism students.
Candice Burrow Spake ’00 has been involved in several aspects of the creative process throughout her career. Se recently co-wrote the script for a movie, “New Life,” which premiered in the fall.
Members of the worldwide Elon community can participate by making a gift to the university and sharing their Elon pride on social media.
The article now online and featured in the March 3 issue takes an in-depth look at how the university has used an innovative approach to build relationships with its newest graduates.
We look at the legacy of the beloved band director who helped build Elon’s modest music program into an internationally acclaimed cohort of musicians.
Following his top finish in the association’s 2016 Monthly News Clip Contest, the Greensboro News & Record photojournalist was named the Southeast Regional News Photographer of the Year.
How a 120-year-old kerosene-burning chandelier reunited Raymond Beck ’75 and his Elon mentor, Professor Emeritus of History and University Historian George Troxler, once again.
Alexandra Solender Boyd '12 was named the National PhysTEC Teacher of the Year for her work at Holly Springs High School in Holly Springs, N.C.
William Hawksley Barbee, a member of Elon’s mathematics faculty for 33 years, died on February 14 in Hickory, N.C. He was 78.
Her support created the Vera Richardson Truitt Center for Religious and Spiritual Life and helped launch the Elon Academy.
Mia Watkins ’16, a cinema and television arts major, produced an award-winning music video for a new track by Handbook, a United Kingdom-based music producer.
Elon's special website for the presidential search includes information for the entire community, which will be updated throughout the search process.
Students from the School of Communications and Interactive Media master’s program were recognized in this year's Broadcast Education Association's Festival of Media Arts, capturing several top accolades. They will be honored at the association's annual conference April 22-25 in Las Vegas.
In a new study by the Pew Research Center and Elon's Imagining the Internet Center, more than 1,300 experts share their thoughts on the programs behind the technology systems that are integrated with our lives.
Two major fall event dates have been confirmed. Family Weekend will be Oct. 6-8 and Homecoming is Nov. 3-5.
The honorees are young alumni who have achieved major professional success, serve as difference-makers in their communities and loyally support Elon as partners, advocates and investors.
Many Elon music theatre alumni are performing around the country in professional companies during 2016-17 season
Alumna Priscilla Awkard ’95 deepens her philanthropic commitment to Elon by making a generous estate gift to support scholarships and athletics, helping to secure Elon's future.
Deanna Beckham is now the Math I educator at Eastern Alamance High School.
The award recognizes bankers under 40 making a notable impact within their bank and community.
Nick Ochsner ’11 and Samantha Miller ’10 were recognized at the 31st Midsouth Regional Emmy Awards ceremony on Jan. 21 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Melina Oliverio '16 was named first runner-up for the ASIANetwork's Marianna McJimsey Award, which recognizes top student papers focused on Asia.
Katie Perez '15 launched the effort to help promote acts of kindness within the community.
Join President Leo M. Lambert and Elon alumni, parents and friends at one of the Evening for Elon events in spring 2017.
Melissa Douglas ’18 is Elon University’s first-ever recipient of the Richard Eaton Foundation Scholarship presented annually to students studying electronic media.
Mary Kelli Palka ’95 began leading the editorial staff and newsroom of the Jacksonville, Florida, daily newspaper on Jan. 1.
As we bid farewell to 2016, we invite you to pause and remember the experiences, special events and milestones of the past 12 months at Elon.
Members of our community took to our sound studios to record an Elon-themed holiday medley that is sure to get you in a festive spirit. Read this note for a link to the video.
A 2007 Elon graduate, Interiano is a producer and on-air talent for "Despierta America," the top-rated morning show for Univision Network.
Students in Assistant Professor Shaina Dabbs’ “Event Management” class raised more than $2,300 to support the Boys & Girls Club of Alamance County and Excel Christian Academy of Burlington.
Forty-eight students received their doctor of physical therapy degrees at a commencement ceremony in McCrary Theatre on Sunday, Dec. 11.
Elon University and the School of Communications officially opened the new 220-seat theater on Dec. 8, with a cinematic celebration recognizing the work of Laith Majali ’05.
The Elon University alumnus and acclaimed filmmaker was recognized as part of the grand opening celebration of the school’s new high-definition movie theater in Dwight C. Schar Hall.
The book by Donnell Baldwin '01 and his wife, Courtney Arrington Baldwin, comes after Baldwin transformed his love of fashion into a career.
When facing parenthood for the first time, DeeDee Carowan Filiatreault ’93 turned to writing to find meaning in it all.
Earlier this summer, Katherine Carter ’96 served as a contact for a group of Elon students visiting her adopted country, Namibia, embodying the saying ‘once an Elon student, always an Elon student.’
Several School of Communications students and graduates were recognized during the Nov. 12 event held at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Elon Music Theatre alum Jake Sokoloff ’15 currently plays Eugene on Royal Caribbean’s production of ‘Grease.’
Nearly 3,000 alumni and senior class donors will be honored with their name displayed on a luminaria during this year’s holiday celebration on Dec. 1.
A national audience learned about the project, started this summer in Colorado Springs, Colorado, by Alex Lewis '16, during the Nov. 14 news report.
Eric Hernandez ’16, a cinema and television arts major, discusses the support he received and knowledge he gained while competing in the contest for up-and-coming filmmakers.
Carrie Vickery L'09 will be the first Elon Law alumna to preside from a bench after winning her campaign this month to serve residents of Forsyth County as a District Court judge.
Jacob Branchaud '13 is an associate producer for "MLB Tonight," a daily show on the MLB Network.
Brett Cooper ’05 was selected as one of 40 Under 40 leaders in the Washington, D.C.-area by the Leadership Center for Excellence
A pair of communications faculty members and a senior discussed the Elon News Network, which was recognized with several awards at the College Media Association gathering.
Twenty-four students met with communications professionals and alumni, receiving a behind-the-scenes look at the operations of several media organizations.
The Oct. 27 discussion between Yasmine Arrington '15, the founder of ScholarCHIPS and a Peace First fellow, and Secretary John B. King Jr. was broadcast live on Facebook.
David Kennedy G’10 visited with this year’s Master of Arts in Interactive Media cohort, discussing his own experiences in the graduate program as well as his role creating themes for WordPress, responsible for about 25 percent of websites around the world.
The Elon University journalism major and former Pendulum editor-in-chief started the Hearst Corp.’s two-year fellowship program in August, assigned to the San Francisco Chronicle.
Reunion volunteers planned special events and helped raise more than $3.1 million for the university this year