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School of Communication News


  • Middle East social media leader visits Emerson

    Sultan al-Qassemi, a social media leader from the United Arab Emirates identified by Time as authoring one of the top Twitter feeds during the Arab Spring, spoke to Communication Studies students in associate professor Gregory Payne’s Communication Theory for Leading Change course on September 19.

  • Mother praises Emerson staff, program

    After seeing many Boston-area therapists and service providers for her son's developmental delay, Wallask found “the one” at Emerson College’s Robbins Speech, Language, and Hearing Center: Dorothy Brown.

  • Graduate Students Attend Film Festival for Professional Development

    Communication Management and Integrated Marketing Communication graduate students, attended “RediscoverRosarito” film festival using the Graduate Student Association (GSA)’s Professional Development Grant opportunity.

  • Students report on Occupy Boston for the Globe

    Seven Journalism students who are part of a new course called Metropolitan News Service: A Collaboration got the chance to report on the Occupy Boston protests this week for the Boston Globe.

  • Hosek enhances Communication 100 Program

    Emerson College’s Communication 100 Program is a class considered so important that it’s one of the few courses at Emerson that all students are required to complete in order to graduate, no matter their major.

  • O'Shea discusses changes in journalism field

    Accomplished journalist James O’Shea told Emerson Journalism students that they can make a difference in their careers by being entrepreneurial rather than following a traditional journalism path during a lecture he gave at the Paramount Center’s Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre on October 12.

  • Mendenhall ’84 discusses future of marketing

    Michael Mendenhall ’84, president and chief operating officer of the major New York City-based advertising agency Lipman, told Emerson students that explosive population growth, unprecedented economic development, and exponential technological advancement are changing the world faster than ever before.

  • CSD demonstrates brain dissection

    Students and faculty from many disciplines got the opportunity to witness the dissection of a human brain, in an event sponsored by the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) last week.

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