Sarah Nelson, a physician assistant student in the Class of 2016, received an award from the North Carolina Academy of Physician Assistants Endowment.
Elon University has made available online customized announcements for graduating seniors and their parents to submit to hometown newspapers.
A School of Communications group traveled in April to the 2015 Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts in Nevada where several students and faculty members received awards.
Fifty-three percent of graduating seniors honored their alma mater by contributing to a class gift presented before Commencement on May 23, 2015, to Elon University President Leo M. Lambert.
Political commentator Charlie Cook delivered the Commencement address on May 23, telling Elon University's Class of 2015 how national leaders have found meaning in crises and personal tragedies.
Elon Music Ambassadors performed "Beyond the Sky" on tour in Maryland to enthusiastic high school audiences.
From Pocahontas to Eeyore, life lessons derived from some of The Walt Disney Company’s most popular characters highlighted a Friday Commencement address by Duke Regional Hospital President Kathleen Galbraith to the newest graduates of Elon’s MBA program.
Communications faculty and staff celebrated this year’s COM and SEM seniors and their families with a May 22 reception on Manfuso Plaza.
Communications faculty and staff celebrated the graduating students’ accomplishments and leadership during a May 22 luncheon.
The Study Abroad/Study USA application system will be down for maintenance on Saturday, June 13.
During their annual capstone exhibition on May 20, students in Elon University’s Interactive Media master's program presented the work they've completed this semester.
Following an inspiring Winter Term experience, Drew Forte ’15 and several other Elon University students collected more than 200 items of baseball equipment and shipped them in May to youth organizations in the Caribbean country.
Four graduating seniors will work with Alamance County health organizations through a new community initiative that encourages students to pursue a year of service following their collegiate studies.
Strategic communications major Amanda Garrity ’16 examines how media is promoting domestic violence awareness and questions if knowledge is leading to action.
Graduating senior Kyle Hoganson spent much of the past year taking photos of Fonville Fountain from the same spot under the Alamance portico – and a new photo collage is his gift to the university community.
A successful business leader from Wilmington, N.C., and a graduating senior are the newest members of the university's board of trustees
Hosted by the Office of Alumni Engagement, a Wednesday program for the Class of 2015 gave seniors an opportunity to mingle with faculty and staff mentors with whom they had forged relationships during their collegiate studies.
Eight varsity teams have received recognition from the NCAA for their commitment to academic progress and retention of student-athletes.
Katherine Welch's thesis explores the role of media coverage of science on the number of STEM majors. Dana Gullquist examines whether local government spending affects unemployment rates.
Daniel Sheehan, a human service studies and strategic communications double major, begins his career after Elon with a fellowship in New York City that develops "the next generation of aspiring change makers."
A seasoned traveler and dedicated environmentalist, Colby Halligan ’15 has overcome personal loss to challenge world hunger as a student and beyond.
The national mathematics honor society Pi Mu Epsilon hosted Karin Saoub, assistant professor at Roanoke College, for a special guest lecture on Wednesday, May 6, 2015.
Following a weeklong training session at Arizona State University, Thomas Neas ’15 will begin a 10-week paid internship with The Palm Beach Post.
Ben Kaiser '16 and Alyssa Romano '16 will conduct science research at German universities this summer.
The university will take more time to evaluate and plan for enhancements in dining facilities in the historic neighborhood and Downtown Elon.
Students in the Sport and Event Management Department hosted an April 27 charity dinner, raising $800 in support of Communication Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc., a nonprofit organization in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Thirty-four business students were named to the Love School of Business Honor Roll for Social Responsibility for spring 2015.
Elon University senior entrepreneurship major Kimberly Gersh leveraged a summer work experience into a permanent position by using her personal network and seeking resume and cover letter feedback from the Student Professional Development Center.
Elon University senior Rachel Mehaffey used the university's top prize for undergraduate research and creative achievements to study the way dancers interpret what they are asked to perform on stage and in the classroom.
A powerful and inspirational night bringing together communities from various walks on campus with real stories and live music.
Hundreds of Elon University students, faculty and staff gathered in front of Moseley Center on Tuesday to speak out against acts of bias and discrimination that harm the community and devalue the lives of black students.
The Society of Professional Journalists recognized the School of Communications students as Mark of Excellence Award recipients.
The faculty mentors for the Poverty and Social Justice minor would like to celebrate the successes of our students and alumni of the program.
Sixty-one students entered the School of Communications chapter of Lambda Pi Eta in a May 11 ceremony.
Phoenix cross country standout Luis Vargas and track champion Kimberly Johansen received this year's Basnight outstanding athlete awards during ceremonies on May 11.
A student-led dance marathon raised more than $180,000 in April to support a North Carolina hospital that helps young patients and their families fight life-threatening conditions.
Jason Waterman '14, a communication science major and former men’s soccer standout, travels to Asia for a year starting next winter as part of a federal program that builds good will between the United States and people of other nations.
Helen Meskhidze '16 and Associate professor Tony Crider were honored at the North Carolina Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers' spring meeting.
Chapter leaders and senior members were honored at a year-end banquet.
"Don't Trash It!" is seeking volunteers from May 13-27. Volunteers will be collecting items from donation stations or serving as station/truck monitors.
Fourteen students visited Raleigh in early May 2015 for the organization's 78th annual session.
An annual Strawberry Festival and Heirloom Plant Sale hosted by a "Garden Studio" course proved popular with the campus community on the final Friday of classes for the 2015 spring semester.
As part of the 2nd Annual Elon BrainCARE Symposium, an Elon panel explored the reasons that led to the implementation of a safer protocol when determining return-to-play and return-to-learn decisions at the university.
The Sport and Event Management Department hosted a May 7 event to present projects students have worked on throughout the spring 2015 semester.
Wondering what to do with that perfectly good item you don’t want to pack? Donation Stations are set up throughout campus May 13-27 to collect donations which go to local charities and assist those in need in Alamance County.
There are still Writing Center appointments available over the next few days. Take advantage of the help at the Writing Center to help you as you complete your Senior Seminars, prepare for your finals and complete any lingering writing assignments.
Developers of “Park Place at Elon” on Haggard Avenue heralded a new era of living and shopping in town during a Thursday morning ceremony steps away from the university’s Oaks residential neighborhood.
The School of Communications hosts an exhibition of senior Al Drago’s photojournalism work as an Elon University undergraduate.