LGBTQIA alumni return for this annual program on helping LGBTQIA students and employees navigate their professional careers and personal identities.
The awards recognize alumni who have graduated in the past 10 years and who have enjoyed major professional success, made a big difference in their community and been loyal supporters of Elon.
Elon continues its 125th anniversary video series with a look at the university's remarkable journey from near collapse in the 1930s to a place of prominence in American higher education.
Carswell just finished his debut album "Debonair," which is available for purchase.
Sam Jennings, a 2011 mathematics with teacher licensure graduate, is making waves early in his teaching career at South Brunswick High School in Southport, N.C.
The Elon University board of trustees has elected longtime board members Barbara Bass and James Maynard to serve as life trustees, and outgoing board member Tom Mac Mahon as emeritus trustee.
Join Elon's Women’s/Gender Studies Program and Elon Athletics as they celebrate the history and achievements of women’s athletics at Elon during Women’s History Month.
Steve DeLoach, Jennifer Platania and Stephanie Franz '11 studied the effects of part-time work on students’ academic performance.
The celebration will be held March 11 as part of the university’s Founders Day activities.
Glenda Phillips Hightower visited the university on Thursday and spent part of her day talking with current students about her struggles and triumphs in 1963 as Elon's first full-time African-American student.
A chance group assignment her senior year, led broadcast journalism major Julie Morse ’13 to a job at NBC Nightly News.
A passion for entrepreneurship has taken Mital Patel L’09 beyond his law practice in Raleigh, N.C., to conference rooms around the world—including the White House.
The seasoned veteran, who served as a senior personnel executive and assistant general manager with the team in 2006-07, returns as a player personnel scout.
“I get to be the person who’s there for someone when no one else is there,” said Elon Law alumnus Brennan Aberle in a News & Record article about the Guilford County Public Defender’s Office.
The Distinguished Service Award bestowed on Thompson recognizes the honor he brings to his profession, and his exemplary service to his state and professional association.
The popular program expanded to 32 cities and hit a record number for attendance in 2014.
For many, attending the Super Bowl is a “bucket list” experience. So is getting to witness an Olympic Games in person. Doing both within the span of a few days? That’s the stuff of dreams – and it’s just what Elon alumna Angie Lovelace Walton ’10 is doing through her job at USA TODAY.
Elon continues its 125th anniversary video series with a profile of President Emeritus J. Fred Young, who led the college from 1973 to 1998.
Elon’s Office of Alumni Engagement is seeking input from Elon graduates about the university’s alumni programming and services with a brief survey, which will be posted until Feb. 7.
The film will be screened at the biggest festival of its kind in Amsterdam.
Leslie P. Lasher L'09, Andrew Nettleman L'09, Stephen Shaw L'10 and Ryan H. Stewart L'09 have been selected as 2014 Rising Stars by Super Lawyers rating service, a recognition earned by no more than 2.5 percent of attorneys 40 or younger or in practice for 10 years or less.
Connections made as students later turned into career opportunities for Colleen Callahan ’09 G’10, Tim Johnson ’09 and Will Anderson ’13.
Elon continues its 125th anniversary video series with a profile of President Emeritus J. Earl Danieley '46, who led the college from 1957 to 1973 and remains an active member of the faculty.
The strategic communications major was included in the magazine's "30 Under 30: Music's Brightest Stars" list.
B.F.A. Dance Alumni in Chicago Contemporary Ballet Company.
Hundreds of university publications, documents and images were made available late last fall to online visitors of the Digital Public Library of America.
The first paper is on the new tools and artifacts used to study software development empirically, while the second paper describes how to use text mining techniques on the StackOverflow software development website.
Sarah George '13 sought guidance from staff members in the Student Professional Development Center as she applied to a retail management training program for one of the world's leading technology companies.
When Molly Heffernan ’11 met Gabrielle Raymond McGee ’06 in graduate school, she didn’t know how important that connection was going to be for her career.
One of Elon's most loyal and involved graduates died January 4 after a lengthy illness. Read this note for details about his lifetime of service to Elon.
Recall the people, milestones and special events that made the past year a historic and memorable one for the Elon community. See this note for the annual year-in-review photo gallery by the Office of University Communications.
Elon's student-produced newscast has created a special documentary to commemorate the university's quasquicentennial year.
Elon University's annual holiday video features a unique look at our community through the lens of a snow globe.
Close to 3,310 personalized bricks were reserved as part of the campaign, which ended Dec. 1 and supports the university’s greatest needs.
More than 30 networking events are being planned throughout the country in an effort to connect alumni to the university’s rapidly growing professional network.
Beloved by generations of students and alumni who know him as “Dr. D,” the university’s president emeritus on April 2 will share stories and reflections of his seven decades at Elon and his hopes for its future.
A partnership between the Elon University Belk Library and the Office of Alumni Engagement will make it possible for alumni to access a variety of library resources and services.
Chandon Jones is traveling across America in the Broadway National Tour of "ELF" as the Female Swing and Dance Captain.
The third and final year of the Worsley Match ended in October with former student-athletes giving back in record numbers.
Driven by dozens of dedicated volunteers, reunion giving programs helped raise more than $1.4 million for the university this year.
The Phoenix traveled to Los Angeles to take on UCLA in the second round of the NCAA tournament and fell 4-0 to the top-ranked Bruins.
Elon continues its 125th anniversary video series with a look at the university's distinctive approach to teaching and learning.
Elon Alumnus Brett Evans '13 teams up with Registrar Rodney Parks to present research on recruiting and retaining vegetarian and vegan students.
Students from 10 residence halls gathered for a party to celebrate the 108th birthday of Elon's oldest building.
Jack McKeon ’63, who has had one of the longest managerial careers in baseball history, spoke to students in a Baseball and Statistics class on Nov. 14.
Communications alumnus wins for a piece about a plant explosion in a nearby Texas town.
A music scholarship opened the door for Brandon Mitchell ’16 to take advantage of everything Elon has to offer.
Jasmine Whaley '13 is seeking to raise $30,000 to expand the Rita Rose Garden in Kisumu, Kenya, a sustainable community garden led by 88 women entrepreneurs that works to feed and support more than 900 people.