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  • CSD film

    Comm. Disorders films preserved from '50s, '60s

    Three historical films from the 1950s and '60s documenting speech and hearing disorder treatment at Emerson have been preserved, thanks to a grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation.

  • National Film Preservation Grant Supports Three Emerson films

    (July 10, 2014) BOSTON, MA—Emerson College has preserved three films from 16mm to DVD with support from a $5,300 grant from the National Film Preservation Foundation.

  • 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. 

  • Gordon

    Gordon shares Moldova civic game findings

    An article about an Emerson-created civic engagement game used in Moldova was posted by Eric Gordon, of Emerson's Engagement Game Lab, and a colleague on the United Nations Development Programme's website.

  • 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. 

  • FACE

    FACE Lab technology viewed by community

    The Emerson community on April 28 got an up-close look at the College’s new FACE Lab for autism research that was launched this semester by the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department.

  • Grossman

    FACE Lab open house April 28

    An open house for Emerson's new Facial Affective Communicative Expression (FACE) Lab that studies children with autism will be held Monday, April 28, from 4:00-6:30 pm.

  • RED

    Grant provides for infrared eye tracker in CSD

    A National Science Foundation grant is supporting increased student and faculty research on autism, aphasia, and other communication disorders.

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