The department gathered on May 3 to celebrate the accomplishments of its students.
Students will work for employers such as EY, TIAA, Credit Suisse, L’Oréal, PwC and PepsiCo.
The newscast’s 'Online Exclusive,' co-produced by Elon sophomores Diego Pineda and Selina Guevara, received widespread praise from community members and alumni.
Here's a look at where some of the 2017 School of Communications graduates are headed following Commencement.
Elon University has made available online customized announcements for graduating seniors and their parents to submit to hometown newspapers.
More than 750 members of the Class of 2017 made a gift to Elon as part of this year's senior class giving campaign, raising more than $36,000 for Elon's Greatest Needs and other areas of interest.
The annual celebration honors outstanding fellows and scholars, providing them with the opportunity to share details of their work with their faculty members, peers and families prior to Commencement.
Students in the Class of May 2017 received their degrees in an Alumni Gym ceremony highlighted by remarks from Robert J. Grey Jr., a former president of the American Bar Association who implored the group to "guard against injustice."
Maity Interiano '07, a producer and on-air talent for Univision Network, delivered the 2017 Commencement address.
Members of the graduating class of Elon Business Fellows were presented with medallions in a ceremony in front of faculty, staff, family and friends.
Communications faculty and staff celebrated this year’s seniors and their families with a May 19 reception in Snow Family Grand Atrium.
Seniors Andrew Brailey and Ken Crew were recognized for their outstanding economics theses.
The international business students will graduate with one degree from Elon and one degree from a European partner institution.
Grace W. Ueng, founder and CEO of Savvy Growth, encouraged students receiving master’s degrees in business administration and management to endure through life’s challenges during her Commencement address May 19 in Whitley Auditorium.
On the eve of Commencement, students in the Class of May 2017 and their families gathered in the Elon Law library to recognize outstanding academic performance, pro bono work, and service to the law school.
Nosipho Shangase '17, who graduated from the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa, has become an accomplished public health scholar at Elon and will pursue her doctorate in the field.
The annual award is presented to the most outstanding graduating Elon MBA student.
The trio of students participated in Elon's ROTC programs, which are offered in collaboration with N.C. A&T State University.
As part of the culturally rich ceremony, students received a handmade kente cloth that represents the culture, spirituality, sophistication and tradition of their African ancestors.
Surrounded by family, friends and Elon faculty and staff, 25 students in the Master of Arts in Interactive Media program's Class of 2017 celebrated the completion of the program during a ceremony May 18.
The May 18 tree-planting event is an extension of the Elon tradition of handing out oak saplings to new graduates.
The four graduating seniors participated in a signing ceremony in Clohan Theatre to formalize their participation in the service-learning program. The four fellows who have completed their year of service were also recognized.
The evening before their commencement ceremony, graduate students in Elon University's Interactive Media master's program exhibited their thesis projects to professionals, faculty and staff, family and friends.
The Senior Class Picnic is sponsored by the Office of Alumni Engagement and the Office of the Provost to bring seniors, faculty and staff together to celebrate the graduating class.
Twelve management majors successfully completed testing to earn the Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM)® designation.
The spring 2017 graduate from Alpharetta, Georgia, begins a two-year term on the Board of Trustees June 1.
Ben Kashdan ’14 found the support he needed from the Student Professional Development Center as he worked toward a National Parks job.
The newest class of Peace Corps members will dedicate more than two years to serving communities around the globe. The students were recognized with a reception in the Student Professional Development Center on Tuesday.
Elon celebrated the distinguished career of its VP for Student Life and Dean of Students at a special dinner on May 15.
Twenty-nine students presented individual comprehensive research projects on economic issues.
Jasper Thomas III, a double major in cinema and television arts and theatre studies, was recently named the recipient of an unconventional internship offered by Golin, one of the world's largest public relations firms.
The journalism major will work alongside professional journalists to cover the National Association of Black Journalists’ convention held Aug. 9-13, 2017, in New Orleans.
Greg Sutton '14, who majored in political science and international studies while at Elon, will travel to Indonesia as part of a federal program that builds goodwill between the United States and people of other nations.
The website offers an overview of Elon's new convocation center with a live construction cam detailing work on the 160,000-square-foot center and the latest news.
Moseley Center has alternative hours for finals week through graduation.
The chemistry department hosted its annual picnic and awards ceremony on Monday, May 8, and recognized outstanding achievements and academic excellence.
After weeks of anticipation, the Student Professional Development Center staff opened their arms to Elon students on Tuesday, May 2, to explain the vast opportunities their office has to offer individuals of all ages and career goals. Passersby left the extravaganza with both newfound knowledge and free Smitty’s ice cream.
The initiative is part of Elon's Center for Access and Success and pairs tutors with students in all levels of elementary and secondary school to help them succeed in school.
The move comes as Elon has expanded its offerings in the discipline since the launch of a public health studies minor more than a decade ago.
Thanks to the arrival of Turner Theatre, the annual festival hosted by Cinelon Productions returned to Elon’s campus on May 5.
Elon students joined students from local universities for a clinic focused on helping local companies improve their environmental and social impact.
Eric Henry, president and CEO of TS Designs, discussed with Elon students how his company’s business focuses on people, the planet and profits.
The School of Communications chapter of Lambda Pi Eta hosted a May 8 induction ceremony, with Associate Professor Phillip Motley serving as the event’s keynote speaker.
Josephine Gardner, a public health studies major from Maine, has received the Samuel Huntington Public Service Award to grow a nonprofit she founded to empower low-income women in Ethiopia.
Katharine Frazier, Stephen Farabee and Michael Drane received scholarships to pursue Certified Management Accountant certification.
This semester's edition marks the 15th in the history of the Elon Journal, the nation’s first and only undergraduate research journal in communications.
Caroline Perry ’18 collaborated internationally to develop a business proposal for a large multinational company.
Nine communications faculty and staff members attended the Broadcast Education Association’s annual conference and Festival of Media Arts, where “Elon Local News” members accepted a “Best of Festival” King Foundation Award.
Wondering what to do with that perfectly good item you don’t want to pack? Donation Stations are set up throughout campus May 10-24 to collect donations which go to local charities.
This year, Elon’s unique version of their “New York Showcase” resulted in 100 percent of the Class of 2017 being called in for Broadway shows and Tours or being signed by top New York agents.