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  • seal

    Public meeting for CSD reaccreditation

    A public meeting will be held October 28 with memebers of the Council on Academic Accreditation as part of the reaccreditation process for the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders.

  • Tempera

    Student journalists cover federal shutdown

    A group of Journalism Department students has advanced news coverage of the federal government shutdown by producing original stories for Boston.com.

  • Zarowny

    Alumna hosts Hispanic lifestyle TV show

    Natalie Zarowny '12 is the new host of Hola America, a weekly English-language news and lifestyle broadcast tailored to the Hispanic community on WQPT-TV, a PBS affiliate.

  • Snowden

    Snowden: hero or traitor?

    Is Edward Snowden a hero? Eighty percent of audience members at an October 8 Emerson discussion voted yes, but intelligence experts on the panel offered mixed opinions.

  • Kimball

    Kimball touts auto-call findings

    Spencer Kimball, scholar-in-residence in the Communication Studies Department, is scheduled to appear on Sirius XM Radio on October 7 to discuss research that found political "auto-calls" are more effective than previously thought.

  • West

    West's book gets NCA award

    Richard West, professor of the Communication Studies Department, co-wrote a book being awarded by the National Communication Association.

  • Clary

    Student helps people with disabilities fly planes

    Max Clary ’15 has launched a marketing campaign for a local flight school that helps people with mobility impairments soar to their dreams.

  • Gerodimos

    Gerodimos works with Engagement Lab

    Roman Gerodimos, lecturer in global current affairs at Bournemouth University, is taking sabbatical at Emerson through January to guest lecture and help develop programs with the Engagement Game Lab.

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