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April 6, 2020
Weird Enough Productions, an education technology company founded by the strategic communications and theatre arts alumnus, is making its lesson plans and activities free for teachers, students and parents as schools close in response to COVID-19.
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.
School of Communications hosts panel exploring ‘Right to be Forgotten,’ personal resilience and the role of media
March 6, 2020
During a March 4 on-campus discussion, panelists with expertise in media law, media ethics and psychology addressed cancel culture, a need for empathy, and the psychological impact of limitless access to information.
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.
February 20, 2020
In this edition of #ElonTBT, we highlight a faculty-led shift in curriculum that opened the door for today's School of Communications.
February 18, 2020
Thirty-two Communications Fellows toured 11 companies on a two-week trip to the Sunshine state, speaking with industry professionals, enjoying hands-on experiences, and exploring future job possibilities.
February 11, 2020
Amber Moser steps into a new role leading the Internship Office following Nagatha Tonkins’ retirement in December.
February 6, 2020
Hale, who majored in strategic communications and media analytics, is learning a broad range of skills as a “PR agency on wheels” for the popular hot dog maker.