Elon University and the School of Communications officially opened the new 220-seat theater on Dec. 8, with a cinematic celebration recognizing the work of Laith Majali ’05.
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Through intellectual inquiry and entrepreneurial spirit, Elon scholars are expanding knowledge, providing new insights and working to solve difficult problems that challenge humanity. Read the annual President's Report for details.
The Maurice Jennings Emerging Scholar and an associate professor at Elon University School of Law died Dec. 7, 2016, following a lengthy illness.
The 220-seat theater is located in the new Dwight C. Schar Hall and was funded by a gift by the Turner family.
Rachel Cantlay '17 tapped into the Elon Job Network to land a tasty internship with Kraft Heinz.
Elon parents Ken and Malinda Gill of Charlotte, N.C., are among the donors who have recently made generous gifts to support the Schar Center, the university’s new 5,400-seat convocation center.
The endowed professorship was established by Trustee Wesley Elingburg and his wife, Cathy, in 2007.
Analysis from Jonathan Jones, instructor in communications and director of the N.C. Open Government Coalition, was recently featured in coverage by the Associated Press and WUNC.
The ranking comes from Poets & Quants, a business education news outlet that released its inaugural survey results on Dec. 5.
Jonathan Albright, assistant professor of communications, is exploring the connections between websites distributing "fake news" and propaganda and the tools used to track reader preferences.
Members of the Elon community gathered in Alumni Gym on Dec. 3 to pay tribute to Dr. Danieley, who served Elon for more than seven decades.
Hundreds gathered outside Alamance Building on Thursday night for Elon University's annual Festival of Holiday Lights, with luminaries glowing in honor of alumni and student donors.
The students reviewed data patterns and trends presented in the N.C. Global Engagement Snapshot at a recent N.C. Coalition for Global Competitiveness meeting.
President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley passed away Tuesday at the age of 92, with the community invited to pay their respects in the Lumen Numen Pavilion on Friday.
Dr. J. Earl Danieley, 92, president emeritus of Elon University and one of North Carolina’s strongest advocates for higher education, died November 29 at the Village at Brookwood in Burlington, N.C.
President Lambert has announced the death of President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley. He passed away Nov. 29 at the age of 92.
Since graduating in 1946, Dr. J. Earl Danieley spent 70 years serving Elon University and touching the lives of thousands.
This semester's edition marks the 14th in the history of the Elon Journal, the nation’s first and only undergraduate research journal in communications.
The professorship is funded by an endowment from Trustee Edward Doherty and his wife, Joan, of Saddle River, New Jersey.
Elon Communications Professor Glenn Scott weighs in for this article that explores how journalism can adapt during a time when journalists are facing challenges.
A fellowship created by Elon University in 2008 will help support excellence in ongoing research and creative work by Lauren Kearns, Toddie Peters and Laura Roselle.
The pilot program will launch in the spring as a way for 15 to 20 Elon students to immerse themselves in crafting potential solutions for local challenges.
The book by Donnell Baldwin '01 and his wife, Courtney Arrington Baldwin, comes after Baldwin transformed his love of fashion into a career.
Beth Lester '17 is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a $15,000 scholarship and celebrates their academic and creative accomplishments.
Elon's Tom Arcaro, professor of sociology, draws from his research and recent book, "Aid Worker Voices," as he writes about the struggles that humanitarian aid workers are facing.
In Robert Charest's COR 110 classes, students are challenged to reexamine objects they may take for granted, and use them for a unique purpose: to solve a "first world problem."
Exercise Science Professor Eric Hall spoke with the High Point television station following the recent concussion of Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly.
Elon alumnus and Trustee John R. Hill ’76 and his wife, Lesley, continue their generous support of the university with two major gifts.
Elon's Jason Husser, director of the Elon University Poll and assistant professor of political science, writes about how to the polling industry can improve its accuracy going forward.
Mat Gendle, professor of psychology, explored the potential connection in a recent article published in the peer-reviewed journal Medical Hypotheses.
The statewide coalition of colleges and universities also recognized an Elon student with its Community Impact Award for leadership and service.
In his recent visit to Elon Law, the Yale Law graduate and former American diplomat praised students for keeping a focus on "real-world problems" that their future degrees will help them to address.
Anna Baynes '18 turned to the Student Professional Development Center seeking help with a career path, with staff helping her explore work in sustainable agriculture.
A national audience learned about the project, started this summer in Colorado Springs, Colorado, by Alex Lewis '16, during the Nov. 14 news report.
Jason Husser, assistant professor of political science, is the director of the Elon University Poll.
The annual ranking by the Institute of International Education recognizes Elon for sending more students abroad than any other master's-level university in the nation.
The teams will be in the country Nov. 18-27 competing and participating in an oversears learning experience.
Brooke Buffington, associate director of career services at the Love School of Business, co-wrote and co-produced the film.
Newspapers around North Carolina recently featured a guest column by Tom Nelson, associate professor of communications, who writes about modern lessons to be learned from the Spanish Civil War.
The award-winning journalist and founder of The Race Card Project will speak at Elon on January 10, 2017.
Elon's 2016 Veterans Day Observance featured remarks from Al Stewart Jr., a U.S Army veteran, former Greensboro police officer and one-time member of Elon's football team.
Carrie Vickery L'09 will be the first Elon Law alumna to preside from a bench after winning her campaign this month to serve residents of Forsyth County as a District Court judge.
Nicole Doolen '17 is among the recipients of the Lumen Prize, which provides selected students with a $15,000 scholarship to support and celebrates their academic and creative achievements.
The session headed by four members of the Department of Political Science and Policy Studies faculty drew nearly 200 people to Whitley Auditorium on November 10.
The Elon University Poll conducted three surveys this fall, with the final one coming a little more than a week before Election Day.
The Guilford County Association of Black Lawyers awarded scholarships to Andreas Mosby L’17 and Vondella Smith L’17, and then presented a lifetime achievement award to retired North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Henry Frye, at its inaugural gala.
Heidi Glaesel Frontani, a professor of geography and member of Elon's faculty for more than 17 years, died in February following a sudden illness.
The annual awards are sponsored by the Young Alumni Council and honor deserving alumni who have graduated within the past decade.
The Conversation: Voters in Texas, North Carolina, Ohio and Florida are changing the swing state map
Jason Husser, director of the Elon University Poll and assistant professor of political science at Elon, offers pre-election insights into the battleground state of North Carolina as part of this piece for The Conversation.
The former women's soccer player died Nov. 5 after a long battle with Ewing's sarcoma.