School of Communication

School of Communication News


  • Kelly Farquharson

    Kelly Farquharson elected to MSHA Board

    Kelly Farquharson elected to MSHA Board as Vice President of Education

  • Mother_hicks_thumb

    Sign language used in Emerson Stage play

    Sign language is not something you typically see during a theatrical production. But when the Emerson Stage production of the play Mother Hicks is performed February 26–March 1, that’s exactly what the audience will notice.

  • Leonard

    U.S. diplomat Leonard visits Comm Studies

    U.S. Ambassador Mary Beth Leonard discussed the ins and outs of being a diplomat with public diplomacy students on February 23 during a visit to a class taught by Communication Studies faculty member Geoffrey Parish.

  • Cooke-Jackson

    eLEEP gets National Comm. Association grant

    Assistant Professor Angela Cooke-Jackson of Communication Studies recently received the Advancing the Discipline Grant from the National Communication Association to aid in her eLEEP program that promotes health literacy, media awareness, and empowerment for high-risk urban youth.

  • RTDNA

    RTNDA students, alumni meet in Hollywood

    Emerson College alumni and Journalism students gathered for a dinner in Hollywood on February 18 to network and celebrate recent successes. 

  • Reid

    Reid '18 in national figure skate competition

    When Alexandra Reid ’18 is not in the classroom or working at American Eagle, she is busy gliding on ice as a figure skater.  

  • Marre

    Marre '09 named Sen. Collins' communications director

    Alleigh Marre ’09 has been named communications director to U.S. Senator Susan Collins of Maine. Collins’s office made the announcement February 10.

  • Williams

    Brian Williams prompts Journalism student discussion

    The once beloved and trusted journalist Brian Williams has fallen from grace—and that has been the talk of Emerson’s Journalism Department ever since the NBC Nightly News anchor admitted he made false statements about a 2003 incident in Iraq.

Pages

Boston


emerson college at a glance