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From the dean

Greetings, alumni. Our school is forming the Communications Alumni Network. Its three purposes are 1) to share your professional savvy with our faculty so we stay abreast of the changing times, 2) to evaulate student e-portfolios so they can benefit from your feedback, and 3) to alert us to internship and job opportunities where you work. The article below provides information about the organizing meeting of the Communications Alumni Network. It's on the Saturday morning of Homecoming Weekend - another reason to return to Elon!

Paul Parsons,

Homecoming Weekend
and the Communications
Alumni Network

We have organized a program of events during Elon's Homecoming Weekend, Oct. 19-21, for alumni and students. From wisdom sessions to tailgating, Communications alumni will have ample opportunities to engage in campus activities and network with future Elon graduates. Read more ...

Students cover national
political conventions

A number of School of Communications students traveled to Tampa, Fla., and Charlotte, N.C., to cover the Republican and Democratic national conventions. Students provided coverage for student media organizations and professional publications.

Read the related E-Net stories:
-Charlotte event offers unique experience for students
-Elon Local News at the DNC
-Multimedia class partners with Charlotte paper for DNC coverage

Jay Light's 'Rocketeer' recognized by Sprite Films

After a month of voting in August, a short film by Jay Light '12 finished first in the Consumer Choice selection of the Sprite Films competition, beating five other student-produced shorts. Light and others will be flown to Florida's Universal Studios to meet with top company executive and receive an award. Read more ...

Recent News

Visiting Professor in business journalism
arrives in Spring

Dianne Finch, multimedia manager for the Knight Foundation's Science Journalism Program at MIT and former Bloomberg business reporter, will be a visiting professor in the School of Communications in spring 2013. Read more ...

max negin works summer olympics for NBC

Assistant Professor Max Negin worked as a digital media manager for NBC in London, marking the third Olympics he's worked for the network. Read more ...

Alumni work with students in LA, NYC

Elon alumni and parents helped students make professional connections in both the Elon in Los Angeles and Elon in New York City programs this summer.

JOe DeNenno '10 featured in
new york post column

U.S. Army Lt. Joe DeNenno '10 was called "one of the finest young men I've ever met" by New York Post writer Lenn Robbins. Read more ...


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