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September 21, 2022
In conjunction with the Student Professional Development Center, the School of Communications hosted the COMM/SPT Meet & Greet on Sept. 20, attracting a dozen organizations – both in-person and virtually – representing a variety of communications and sports-related industries.
September 21, 2022
The Communications Fellows program prevails following two COVID-impacted years to lead trips to Atlanta, Orlando and Tampa, Miami and Washington, D.C.
September 14, 2022
The associate professor of journalism and North Carolina government reporter will co-teach an online, synchronous continuing education class – set to begin Thursday, Oct. 6. – on navigating the media landscape ahead of the November midterm elections.
September 5, 2022
The assistant professor of communication design co-published an article titled “Investigating Types of Second Screeners and Their Social Media Behaviors” in the Journal of Communication Technology.
August 22, 2022
The associate professor of journalism wrote “We Are #ALTGOV: Social Media Resistance from the Inside,” highlighting how and why the #AltGov Twitter movement challenged official governmental statements to inform the American public.
August 18, 2022
The assistant professor of communication design coauthored an Aug. 13 article in Social Media + Society that investigates the habitual and problematic use of the popular photo-sharing platform.
August 9, 2022
Faculty members Israel Balderas, Amanda Sturgill and Shannon Zenner were recognized with awards at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication’s 2022 national convention.
Emerging Journalists Program hosts Immersion experience with high school students from across the country
June 16, 2022
The on-campus residential learning workshop, made possible through $300,000 in grant funding from the Scripps Howard Foundation, supports high school juniors interested in pursuing careers in journalism and the media industry.
June 8, 2022
The professor of strategic communications and A.J. Fletcher Professor in Communications succeeds Dean Rochelle Ford, who was recently selected as the eighth president of Dillard University.
June 6, 2022
In the spring 2022 issue of the Elon Journal, six student researchers delve into a variety of media-related topics, including the media framing of mass shooters and whether the portrayal of these perpetrators changed after the 2020 Black Lives Matter protests.