School of Communication

School of Communication News


  • Joanne Lasker

    Helping stroke patients with speech

    The graduate program director of the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department is working to improve methods for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) to assess communication in stroke patients with severe impairments in speech and language.

  • Ira Goldstone

    Goldstone ’71 elected to TV technology board

    Ira Goldstone ’71, a Univision executive, was elected this month to the Advanced Television Systems Committee Inc. (ATSC) an international nonprofit organization developing voluntary standards for the entire range of advanced television systems.

  • International students focus of communications book

    Scholar-In-Residence Cathryn Cushner Edelstein, of the Communication Studies Department, has released a book to help international students assimilate to American college life.

  • Christine Hayes

    Journalism students report news for Boston.com

    The Journalism students have been writing news stories this semester for Boston.com’s newly launched site Your Campus: Emerson.

  • Anya Belkina

    Stearns Award boosts faculty projects

    Two assistant professors were honored November 19 at the Norman and Irma Mann Stearns Distinguished Faculty Award Luncheon.

  • Rich West

    Professor authors family communication book

    Communication Studies Professor Richard West recently released the fourth edition of his book Perspectives on Family Communication, co-authored by Lynn H. Turner of Marquette University. 

  • Maxine Renning

    Emerson student saves cancer patient's life

    Emerson student Maxine Renning '14 donated her bone marrow and will meet the recipient Saturday, November 10.

  • Carole Simpson of Emerson College

    Journalists, former governor talk election

    Carole Simpson, former ABC News anchor and Emerson College's Journalism Senior Leader-in-Residence, led a panel discussion on the 2012 presidential election.

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