School of Communication

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    Marketing students create Mary Kay campaign

    12 Marketing Communication students recently developed a mock campaign for Mary Kay Cosmetics and scored second place in their district as part of a national collegiate marketing competition.

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    Aphasia awareness at State House

    A large group from Communication Sciences and Disorders was at the State House June 26, testifying and raising awareness about aphasia — a language disorder that affects about one in 250 people.

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    Tisei edges Tierney in Emerson poll

    The Emerson College Polling Society announced June 25 that Richard Tisei, the Republican challenger to Democratic 6th District Congressman John Tierney, has a five-point lead among likely voters.

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    Global marketing students visit China

    Nine students in the Global Marketing Communications and Advertising program are wrapping up a study abroad trip to China.

  • 6 faculty receive Curricular Innovation funding

    President Lee Pelton has announced the six faculty recipients of the 2014 President’s Fund for Curricular Innovation, the fund to support faculty with proposals for curriculua that are bold, innovative, and aligned with College priorities. 

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    Journalism alumni win local 2014 Emmys

    Seven Emerson alumni working in the television news industry won Boston/New England Emmy Awards on June 7.

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    Emerson hosts global PR, marketing conference

    Emerson hosted 85 students and 10 faculty from 11 universities worldwide as part of the Global Communications (GlobCom) Project Conference May 29-June 1.

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    Communication Disorders grad program reaccredited

    The Communication Disorders graduate program, which studies communication challenges associated with hearing impairment, aphasia, autism and other disorders, has been reaccredited for the next eight years.

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