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Interactive Media Class of 2010 Orientation Aug. 3

July 31, 2009

(THIS ITINERARY INCLUDES SOME MINOR UPDATES IN TIMES AND LOCATIONS.) Orientation 2009 Welcome! The Elon community extends warm greetings to the inaugural class in the Master of Interactive Media program. As the charter class, you are program ambassadors and will be instrumental in the development and evolution of the curriculum.

Interactive Media Class of 2010 Orientation Aug. 3

July 31, 2009

(THIS ITINERARY INCLUDES SOME MINOR UPDATES IN TIMES AND LOCATIONS.) Orientation 2009 Welcome! The Elon community extends warm greetings to the inaugural class in the Master of Interactive Media program. As the charter class, you are program ambassadors and will be instrumental in the development and evolution of the curriculum.

Interactive Profiles: Recent Elon Grad Continues Education at Alma Mater

July 28, 2009

Shelley Russell is a thinker, a planner. She can envision the final product. She has an idea about what would look good on a page or a computer screen. And to a certain extent, she can complete some of the tasks--the writing and basic video editing, for example--needed to execute her visualization.

Communications Alumni Win GLEE Photobucket Contest

July 18, 2009

Alumni Colleen Callahan '09 and Carolyn Klasnick '09 won the GLEE Photobucket Show Us Your Gold Star Potential contest administered by Photobucket, a Web site where users can upload their photos and videos, and sponsored by the Fox primetime comedy series "Glee." Their prize includes a trip to Los Angeles, attendance to the Teen Choice Awards and after-party, and $500.

Michelle Ferrier Receives $10,000 Grant

July 16, 2009

Michelle Ferrier, an associate professor in the School of Communications, was awarded a $10,000 grant from the McCormick Foundation New Media Women Entrepreneurs initiative for her proposal of a Women's Community News Franchise.

Elon hosts DTV call center for state residents

June 17, 2009

The national switch to digital television broadcasting on Friday spurred hundreds of calls to a phone bank at Elon University, where students and staff from the Federal Communications Commission assisted North Carolina viewers with complaints of lost TV signals or requests for analog-to-digital converter box coupons.