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.

  • Emerson students travel to Iceland

    Five Emerson students recently traveled to Iceland with the Communication, Politics, and Law Association (CPLA), in partnership with Communication Studies Associate Professor Gregory Payne’s Iceland Global Project.

  • West becomes NCA president

    Communication Studies Department Chair Richard West recently became president of the National Communication Association.

  • India Abroad features Tulasi Srinivas

    The country's largest ethnic Indian-American newspaper India Abroad recently featured Emerson Assistant Professor of Anthropology Tulasi Srinivas.

  • Angela Cooke-Jackson

    Cooke-Jackson project to inform urban youth about health issues

    Angela Cooke-Jackson, a health communication expert and an assistant professor in the Communication Studies Department, is launching a social media collaboration between high-risk youth in Boston and Emerson students in her course Diversity, Culture & Health Communication.

  • Alumna profiled on a Forbes.com

    Alumna Shira Lazar ’04 was recently profiled on a Forbes.com blog about female leaders called “More Seats.”

  • Ahmed Benchemsi

    Journalist works to illuminate Moroccan world

    Moroccan journalist Ahmed Benchemsi spoke to Emerson students recently about the controversial journalistic decisions he has made and the misconceptions he said that many Americans have about the Arab world. 

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    Graduate Students Attend Film Festival for Professional Development

    Communication Management and Integrated Marketing Communication graduate students, attended “RediscoverRosarito” film festival using the Graduate Student Association (GSA)’s Professional Development Grant opportunity.

  • Emerson helps prepare future faculty

    Emerson has been a host institution for the Preparing Future Faculty Program at Howard University Graduate School in Washington, D.C., since 2008. The program was launched by Howard in 1994 to help give future academics practical experience.

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