Communication Studies

Department of Communication Studies News

The latest faculty, staff, and student news for the Department of Communication Studies. For College news and upcoming events, visit the News & Events section.

  • Global Communication

    Expert in global communication advises Emersonians

    Joachim Kuss, director of communications for Zeiss Vision Care, is visiting Emerson for a week and will be an invited lecturer in several graduate and undergraduate classes in Communication Studies and Marketing.

  • patriots

    Poll: 47% say Patriots cheated

    The Emerson College Polling Society (ECPS) says 47 percent of Americans think the New England Patriots are “cheaters” in the wake of the so-called Deflategate scandal.

  • AAPORTI

    Polling Society admitted to national organization

    The Emerson College Polling Society (ECPS) has been named a Charter Member of the American Association of Public Opinion Research (AAPOR) Transparency Initiative—joining the ranks of more than 20 top polling organizations, including the Pew Research Center, the Gallup Organization, and the Washington Post.

  • Gallant

    Gallant, Raynauld talk email etiquette

    Two faculty members were quoted in a January 12 Slate.com article discussing the etiquette of placing one’s email address in an email signature.

  • David Gerzof Richard

    Gerzof Richard’s tech picks in Entrepreneur.com

    Marketing Communications faculty member David Gerzof Richard’s top tech picks from the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) are highlighted in Entrepreneur.com.

  • Joe Randazzo

    Randazzo ’02 msnbc.com piece on free speech

    Responding to the killings of 12 people at the office of French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, former editor of The Onion Joe Randazzo ’02 emphasizes the importance of freedom of speech and satire in a free society.

  • Olympics Boston

    Boston Olympics proposed by students in project

    Kelsey Doherty ’14 Donovan Birch ’14, and Luke Fraser ’14, did a project for their sports communication class last spring advocating for the 2024 Olympics to come to Boston.

  • Gianvito

    Gianvito: Sony attempts to protect profits

    Sony’s decision to axe the movie The Interview due to an unprecedented cyber attack, which U.S. officials are blaming on North Korea, could have a lot to do with protecting its profits, said John Gianvito, a filmmaker and Emerson associate professor.

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