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  • Emerson Embraces Queer Studies

    Five Emerson faculty members conducted a panel discussion on “Queering the Academy: Diversity of Perspectives on Queer Studies at Emerson” on October 27. 

  • Ted Gup

    The Perfect Gift

    Emerson Journalism Department Chair Ted Gup has written a book that may be the perfect gift this holiday season for people of all ages—in fact the name says it all: A Secret Gift.

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    Professor West Hits the (Key) Notes

    Richard West, Chair of the Department, delivered the keynote address at the Ohio Communication Association's 74th annual convention on October 1.

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    Emerson Forensics Sweeps Sweepstakes

    Emerson Forensics is off to a wonderful start this fall, earning high accolades at their first two tournaments of the season.

  • Ruth Grossman

    Grossman Studies Facial Expression to Aid People with Autism

    In her research, Communication Sciences and Disorders Assistant Professor Ruth Grossman wants to address some of the communication problems children with autism face as they interact with others at home and school.

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    Philosophy Professor Publishes Article

    Affiliated Faculty member, Monica Link, recently learned that her article, "A Time to Lie," will be published in the journal Think (Cambridge University Press).

  • Brandon Penny

    Student Profile: Brandon Penny ’12, Broadcast Journalism

    Brandon Penny ’12 recently sat down with the Office of Communications and Marketing to discuss his internship this past summer with TeamUSA.org.

  • IMAGINE That: Tim Riley Presents John Lennon Biopic Nowhere Boy

    John Lennon would have been 70 this Saturday, October 9. It’s been 30 years since he was killed in New York City at the age of 40, but his prolific body of work still appeals to wide audiences today.

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