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  • Global Communication

    Expert in global communication advises Emersonians

    Joachim Kuss, director of communications for Zeiss Vision Care, is visiting Emerson for a week and will be an invited lecturer in several graduate and undergraduate classes in Communication Studies and Marketing.

  • Sienna Ohan '15

    Ohan '15 witnesses Iran-U.S. deal at internship

    Sienna Ohan ’15 had a global internship this summer that allowed her to witness history: the July press conference in which U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced a landmark agreement with Iran over the country’s nuclear program.

  • Smart glass autism

    Students promote smart glasses for autism

    Taylor McMahon '16 and Jackson Davis '17 are interviewing people about autism this summer as they travel across the country marketing a device similar to Google Glass that would help children on the autism spectrum.

  • Taylor Smith '15

    Smith '15 becoming teacher in Iraq

    Taylor Smith ’15 said her recent decision to work abroad was not a surprise to anyone, but eyebrows were raised when she revealed the location. She’s moving to Iraq to become a teacher at an international school.

  • Emerson College

    Annie Jin receiving Mann Stearns Award

    Seunga Venus “Annie” Jin, assistant professor in Marketing Communication, has been named the 2015 recipient of Emerson’s Norman and Irma Mann Stearns Distinguished Faculty Award.

  • ADA logo

    Emerson celebrating 25th ADA anniversary

    Emerson’s Disabilities Services Office and FACE Lab will be hosting informational tables at the 25th anniversary celebration of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) on Boston Common on Wednesday, July 22, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. 

  • Megabots

    Adler promotes Megabots, gets viral coverage

  • Vincent Raynauld

    $62k grant studies social media for political action

    Vincent Raynauld, assistant professor in Communication Studies, has been awarded a $62,000 grant by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) for a research project titled The #Idlenomore Factor: Characterizing Twitter’s Effect on Canadian Aboriginal Civic Engagement.

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