April 29, 2020
Steve Daniels and Lee Rainie, members of the School of Communications’ National Advisory Board, connected with graduating seniors via WebEx on April 23 to offer guidance on employment and today’s job market.
Alumni in Action: Michelle Koenigsknecht ’10 helps advocate for creatives, design educators and students
April 29, 2020
In her role as director of marketing for AIGA, the Elon alumna and her team are working to provide resources to their members and the wider creative community during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
April 28, 2020
Students in Associate Dean Kenn Gaither’s Public Relations and Civic Responsibility class brought international public relations case studies to life with an asynchronous poster session – accompanied by some kind words for one another.
April 16, 2020
The program enlists Elon alumni who mentor and advise students as they prepare for internships, careers and post-graduation life.
April 7, 2020
Members of the student-run strategic communications agency traveled to Durham in February to hear from professionals presenting at AIGA Raleigh’s two-day creative conference.
April 6, 2020
Renna, the first national news director of GLAAD, visited with students virtually on March 31, discussing diversity in the media industry and having a voice in the workplace.
April 3, 2020
Through the power of Zoom video chats, School of Communications alumni – nearly two dozen of them – continue to maintain the connections they first made while producing Elon University’s student-run newscast, “Elon Local News.”
March 10, 2020
Recently named the CCO of energy company Enbridge, Fernandez spoke to students about starting their careers, landing their first job, and trends in the public relations industry.
March 3, 2020
The Pendulum and Phi Psi Cli repeat with Best of Show honors at the annual North Carolina College Media Association gathering at East Carolina University.
February 24, 2020
The public event, set for Wednesday, March 4, will explore today’s cancel culture, the distinction between shame and embarrassment, and the role of media/journalism in public discourse.