Phylicia Pearl Mpasi ’15 becomes a part of the Disney family this summer as she performs with the Broadway National Tour of “The Lion King.”
The Elon University broadcast and new media major was recognized in several sports reporting categories, including Series Reporting and Best Sportscast.
A self-described serial entrepreneur, Ryan Vet ’13 and business partner Phil Smith see their latest venture, The Oak House, as an opportunity to foster an intellectual climate in downtown Elon.
Journalism students paced Elon in a prestigious national contest open to college students from more than 100 schools accredited by the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications.
In her professional life, the Pace web video writer creates online content for her clients and their audiences. Recently, the Elon University alumna’s work became deeply personal, penning a story about how technology connected her with her estranged mother.
When summer arrives, the performances don’t stop for our music theatre majors. Check out a show near you.
Alumni of both undergraduate and graduate teacher education programs were selected among the latest cohort of Kenan Fellows
As the culmination of a long-time dream unfolds, Elon alumna looks forward to traveling, pursuing her passions, and fulfilling her desire to learn alongside best friends Belle and Cruella de Vil.
Offered by the Department of Computing Sciences, the information science program has earned praise from graduates who are advancing their careers or pursuing graduate degrees using concepts honed at Elon University.
Elon University has made available online customized announcements for graduating seniors and their parents to submit to hometown newspapers.
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.
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 the graduating students’ accomplishments and leadership during a May 22 luncheon.
Craig Waller, president of the Greensboro, North Carolina-based marketing content company PACE, shared the advice with members of the Master of Interactive Media Class of 2015 during a May 21 graduation ceremony.
A successful business leader from Wilmington, N.C., and a graduating senior are the newest members of the university's board of trustees
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.
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.
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.
Their article appears in the edited volume "Open Source Systems: Adoption and Impact" following the 10th International Conference on Open Source Systems held in Florence, Italy
After seven years doing publicity work for Fox Searchlight Pictures, Michelle Matalon Delgado ’07 is comfortable taking the spotlight on her own terms.
Dominic Barrett ’06 is growing more than food at Shalom Farms in Virginia: He’s tackling hunger from the ground up.
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.
The faculty mentors for the Poverty and Social Justice minor would like to celebrate the successes of our students and alumni of the program.
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.
Assistant Professor Aunchalee Palmquist and Elon graduate Molly O’Brien published a chapter in "Community Health Narratives: A Reader", edited by Emily Mendenhall and Kathy Wollner.
Brandon Kline ’03 recently launched Natural Border, a sustainable shirt manufacturer based in Richmond, Va., that uses all natural bamboo fibers.
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.
Elon University senior Alexandria "Lexie" Savic will begin her career in Denmark after securing an internship with the Danish Institute for Study Abroad with help from the Student Professional Development Center.
Marissa Heitshusen '09 and Ashlee McCullock '13 visited the School of Communications on April 30 to discuss internships, jobs and media analytics, as well as working for Viacom Music and Entertainment Group.
Laura Sturdivant '15 and Alexander Ward '14 travel next fall to Myanmar and the Philippines, respectively, with support of a program aimed at promoting goodwill and the exchange of ideas between cultures of the East and West.
Sam Slaughter, a 2009 graduate and former English major, is publishing two works.
Peter Lindstrom ’94, Julie Dyke Ford ’95 and Christopher Nave ’04 received the 2015 Elon College Distinguished Alumni Awards during a special April 30 ceremony.
The director of digital marketing at Sony Legacy and Elon University graduate was profiled in an April 2015 article titled “The Medium: How Tom Mullen Took a Stand for Emo.”
The broadcast journalism graduate and White House video director returned to campus on April 23, visiting with classes and students before being honored at the School of Communications’ annual awards ceremony.
The alumni are part of the 2,000 graduate applicants selected to receive funding from the National Science Foundation in 2015.
In its fifth year, the Top 10 Under 10 Alumni Awards program highlights and celebrates alumni who have graduated within the past decade and are distinguished in their professions and invested in the future of Elon and its community.
The Lukemia & Lymphoma Society nominated Brendan Westlund '01 for Man of the Year, launching a 10-week fundraising campaign to raise $100,000.
Christian Binder ’13, Mariah Czap ’13 and Al Drago ’15 discussed their careers working as freelancers and how they established themselves in the communications field.
The Elon University graduate was selected as the winner of the Lexus Vine Challenge, presented by the Jimmy Fallon-hosted program. Her Vine video was recognized during the late-night show’s April 10 telecast.
Elon University’s Premier Sport & Event Society brought together professionals from various aspects of the communications, event planning and sports industries on April 7 to share their insight and advice.
Brian Hopkins ’98, Nathan Rode ’07, Jocelyn Fern ’07 and Joseph DiRienzo ’14 don’t play on the diamond, but the Elon University alumni have found worthwhile careers in baseball.
The event, hosted by the Office of Alumni Engagement, brought Elon to the nation’s capital for a reception that drew more than 300 attendees to the National Geographic Museum.
Former physics and science education major John Tumbleston ’06 is part of a team whose work on a highly innovative new process for rapid 3D printing was published in Science.
Elon University students and alumni came together to create a minute-long commercial for the American sporting goods brand, which the company promoted and praised on its Facebook page on March 16.
The 2015 Nashville Film Festival celebrates "That Other Crazy Thing You Do," a short narrative film written by Elon University graduate Michelle Leibel ’14.
The School of Communications alumnus and a colleague won the biennial Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Journalism for an in-depth program focused on women's health rights and abortion in Texas.
Rachel Southmayd Campbell ’13 and Ashley Fahey '13 were recognized March 14 with 2014 South Carolina Press Association awards.
A celebration on March 10, 2015, in honor of Elon’s birthday raised more than $702,000 to support students, scholarships, athletics, and faculty and staff.