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School of Communication News


  • GlobCom

    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.

  • Cohn Thau

    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.

  • Lanson

    Lanson delves into France, blogging

    Associate Professor Jerry Lanson of the Journalism Department has spent most of 2014 in the south of France working on his France in the Slow Lane blog and gaining skills he'll share with Emerson students.

  • Science Club

    Science Club for Girls visits FACE Lab

    Middle and high school-age students from the Science Club for Girls recently stopped by Emerson’s new Facial Affective and Communicative Expressions (FACE) dedicated to autism research in the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department. 

  • Buono

    Sportscaster awards for recent Journalism grads

    Two recent graduates of the Journalism Department are being recognized by the Sportscasters Talent Agency of America, which honors the most outstanding collegiate radio and television sportscasters in the country.

  • Osorio

    2014 Inclusive Excellence Awards announced

    The Office of Diversity and Inclusion has honored two members of the Emerson community with 2014 Inclusive Excellence Awards for demonstrating leadership in advancing diversity and inclusion at the College.

  • Capizzi

    Students dig up Public Garden memories

    A student journalism project delves into the history behind the dozens of plaques that dot the Public Garden and Boston Common and culminated with the Public Garden Memories website.

  • Berger

    Three graduate students recognized

    The Office of Graduate Studies has recognized three students for outstanding achievement as the 2013–2014 academic year comes to a close.

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