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.

  • Family Weekend 2013

    Highlights from Family Weekend 2013

    Parents got a slice of Emerson this past weekend, October 18-20, during the College’s annual Family Weekend. Families attended mini-college sessions, workshops, a Talent Showcase, and the President’s Breakfast.

  • Clark

    Polling Society accurately predicts election

    The student-run Emerson College Polling Society says it accurately predicted the outcome of the U.S. House of Representatives 5th District of Massachusetts primary election before voters went to the polls.

  • Puopolo

    Alumna shares book, 9/11 loss

    Tita Puopolo, '96, MA '97, the daughter of 9/11 victim Sonia Mercedes Morales Puopolo, read from her book, Sonia's Ring: 11 Ways to Heal Your Heart, at the Iwasaki Library on October 16 before a standing-room-only crowd.

  • AIDS Walk LA

    Emerson Los Angeles raises $2k for AIDS Project

    Students, staff, and alumni represented Emerson College Los Angeles in the 29th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles on October 13.

  • Snowden

    Snowden: hero or traitor?

    Is Edward Snowden a hero? Eighty percent of audience members at an October 8 Emerson discussion voted yes, but intelligence experts on the panel offered mixed opinions.

  • Kimball

    Kimball touts auto-call findings

    Spencer Kimball, scholar-in-residence in the Communication Studies Department, is scheduled to appear on Sirius XM Radio on October 7 to discuss research that found political "auto-calls" are more effective than previously thought.

  • West

    West's book gets NCA award

    Richard West, professor of the Communication Studies Department, co-wrote a book being awarded by the National Communication Association.

  • Clary

    Student helps people with disabilities fly planes

    Max Clary ’15 has launched a marketing campaign for a local flight school that helps people with mobility impairments soar to their dreams.

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