Jared Goldsmith ’18 will be playing the role of Jared Kleinman in the tour of the Tony-winning musical, set to open on Sept. 25 in Denver, Colorado.
The choreography "Gilded" by Kristen Brooks Sandler '13, who studied dance performance and choreography in the Department of Performing Arts, won Best Dance Award at Capital Fringe Festival in Washington D.C.
Bedard ’17, Tolmie author paper published in Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management
Alumna Stephanie Bedard ’17 and Assistant Professor Carri Tolmie explore the role of social media in Millennials’ green consumption behavior.
The monthly magazine for theatregoers listed Elon as one of the top 10 most represented colleges on Broadway during the 2018–19 season.
Elon leads the nation in student success programs in annual U.S. News & World Report college rankings
Elon is recognized for excellence in all eight high-impact curricular and co-curricular academic programs highlighted in the nation’s top-selling college guide.
Elon is the top-ranked master’s university in the South and the #1 university for teaching and innovation.
Alumni returning to campus Nov. 2-4 can start registering for this year's Homecoming festivities beginning Sept. 5.
Two recent publications were a result of Vandermaas-Peeler's semester as a visiting faculty member at DIS, Study Abroad in Scandinavia.
Brandon Talley ’04 has been performing at Sight and Sound Theatres since 2004, and he has never looked back.
The Elon University graduate and his Yankees Productions colleagues earned a 2018 New York Emmy Award for their opening day hype video titled “We Work.”
Curry's brothers, NBA superstar Stephen Curry and former Duke standout and Portland Trailblazers player Seth Curry, and their wives made the naming gift as a wedding present to their sister, who marries Damion Lee this weekend in Charlotte, N.C.
Join President Connie Ledoux Book and the Elon Phoenix for a flight around campus and a video preview of the upcoming year.
Barbara Cini L'11 will develop and execute a comprehensive development program that includes major gifts, corporation and foundation relations, donor relations, and alumni engagement.
Buffie Longmire-Avital, associate professor of psychology, and alumna Chelsea McQueen ‘15 publish an article in a top Women’s Studies journal on the relationship between race-related stress and emotional eating for black collegiate women.
Coffey was selected as the 2018 recipient of the Bonnie E. Cone Early-Career Professorship of Teaching at the University of North Carolina Charlotte.
The accounting alumna presented her undergraduate research project to accounting professors and researchers at this conference hosted in National Harbor, Maryland.
Connie Viglietti and Michaela Cullen utilize theatre collaboration in a different “performance” setting, bringing truth and purpose to life.
Professor Steve DeLoach and alumna Marquessa Smith-Lin researched the role of savings and credit in coping with idiosyncratic household shocks.
The Triangle Alumni Chapter continued its series, "Happy Hour in Your Neighborhood," by gathering in Briar Creek, which is a new area for events.
Kate Murphy ’15, a higher education reporter for The Cincinnati Enquirer, and her colleague spent nearly a year examining the many elements and perspectives surrounding the issue of sexual assault on college campuses. Their findings were published on Aug. 6 on the front page of USA Today and an extensive video series is available online at sextalk.usatoday.com.
The Elon alumna and rising junior collected four honors, including two first-place awards, in the national Michigan State University Design Contest for College Students.
Five outstanding alumni will be honored at Homecoming Weekend 2018 for their professional success, community engagement and loyal support of Elon.
The Elon alumna and Master of Science in Accounting candidate has been selected to receive the $10,000 merit-based scholarship.
Alumni and their families gathered at Freedom Park for what has become a popular event for the chapter each summer.
The animator for NBC Sports Group and avid soccer fan called his time abroad “a dream come true,” enjoying the globe’s most celebrated soccer tournament up close.
The Atlanta Alumni Chapter hosted its annual Atlanta Braves outing on July 14.
The chapter's annual professional development day included social media activity and an evening program with keynote speaker Molly Hilboldt '09 from CBS Sports.
Katie Maraghy '15 and Nick Dyer '11 both have roles with the popular late-night program.
The assistant professor of communications teamed with fellow Elon colleagues Mitch Herndon and Clay Stevenson, as well as recent iMedia graduate Trey Caldwell, to develop three public service announcements to promote the United Nations AIDS outreach program.
The performance by the ensemble, consisting of Elon students and alumni, was part of a 10-day tour.
The New York City Alumni Chapter hosted more than 120 alumni at the Observatory Deck in the One World Trade Center.
The annual college guide features about 300 of the nation’s “best and most interesting” universities.
As a first-generation college student, Chris Baker G’88 of Burlington, North Carolina, understands the importance of providing scholarships for Elon students.
The podcast from the Renewable Now Network focused on sustainability efforts at Elon University with insights from Director of Sustainability Elaine Durr and Azzurra Catucci '18.
The Elon graduate who died June 18 was a key voice in advancing democracies worldwide and was publisher and editor of World Affairs Journal.
The two Elon University graduates and their colleagues were honored at the 60th National Capital Chesapeake Bay Emmy Awards ceremony held June 23 in Bethesda, Maryland.
Elon's new 5,100-seat Schar Center will be the site for the tournament, scheduled for March 2020.
Trustee Cindy Citrone P’17 and Rob Citrone P’17 hosted the event, which brought together Orlando’s Elon community and included a university update from President Connie Ledoux Book.
The Seattle alumni chapter made a significant impact at Food Lifeline, one of the chapter's various service projects held throughout the year
The Washington, D.C. alumni chapter hosted its annual summer social for alumni and student interns
Eric Mann ‘10 and Ryan James Monroe ‘16 are just two examples of Music Theatre graduates who have achieved success in careers outside of the spotlight.
Alumni, parents, faculty and staff invested in Elon and its students in record numbers during the 2017-18 fiscal year.
Key alumni leaders gathered in Washington, D.C., for an informative retreat hosted by Elon’s Office of Alumni Engagement.
The Triangle Alumni Chapter offered its annual professional development event with topics such as retirement planning and the area's real estate market.
After a seven-year battle with a neurological illness, Kimberly Bari ’06 has found the middle ground.
Mark S. Jetton Jr. '06 L'09, a Charlotte criminal defense and personal injury attorney, is the first Elon University and Elon Law alumnus selected to the board of judges, lawyers and business leaders who advise the university about the law school’s strategic growth.
Reed LaPlante '03 G'18 and Keith Hill G'18 received scholarships to pursue Certified Management Accountant certification.
Three Elon alumni and a member of the Class of 2022 took to the stage during the annual celebration of Broadway theatre.
Meet Linda Findley Kozlowski ’95, the woman in charge of operations for the e-commerce site Etsy.
Joined by Elon alumna Daniela Ceron ’18, the Elon University colleagues co-led a May 30 workshop, examining teaching modules that explore global competence through the use of traditional and digital media in and out of the classroom.