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 announces 2012 co-valedictorians

    This year’s class valedictorian honors go to not one, but two students from the Communication Studies Department.

  • Emersonians celebrate public diplomacy project

    Students, faculty, and alumni of Emerson College met with their counterparts in the beachside community of Rosarito, Mexico, recently, to commemorate the fifth anniversary of an ongoing public diplomacy project in the wake of the Mexican drug cartel crisis.

  • Emerson debate team finishes successful year

    Emerson Forensics, the College’s nationally competitive speech and debate team, recently finished a successful 2011–2012 competition season with numerous accolades.

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    Health journalism has far-reaching effects

    Health reporting can be a crucible for social, economic, and political issues, said Stephen Smith, a writer for the Boston Globe, at a panel that was part of Communication Week.

  • ben & jerry's cow

    Ben & Jerry's publicist talks social responsbility

    Sean Greenwood, North American head of PR for Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, paid a visit to campus April 3, as part of Communication Week.

  • Samm Leska and Joe Kennedy

    Emerson hosts convention for college Democrats

    Massachusetts Congressional candidate Joe Kennedy III and Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren were among the speakers at the annual College Democrats of Massachusetts Convention held at Emerson March 31–April 1.

  • Emerson to present Communication Week

    Emerson’s School of Communication will host its third annual Communication Week April 2–6, 2012.

  • 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.

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