Department of Journalism

Department of Journalism News

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

  • Highly festive Move-In Day at Emerson

    Beyoncé is blaring and college students are dressed in tutus, leis, mouse ears, bullhorns, and suspenders as far as the eye can see. It can mean only one thing: Move-In Day at Emerson College is here.

  • Emersonians Bring Home Emmys

    Eric Drysdale ’93 and Joe Celli ’91 recently won 2010 Primetime Emmy Awards. Drysdale won for Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music, or Comedy Series for his work as a writer on The Colbert Report episode #5076 (in Iraq). Celli won for Outstanding Art Direction for Variety, Music, or Nonfiction Programming for his work as art director for the 82nd Annual Academy Awards.

  • Alumna named Miss New Hampshire

    Samantha Russo ’12 was recently crowned Miss New Hampshire and will compete for the title of Miss America 2014 later this year.

  • Gup on CBS Sunday Morning

    CBS Sunday Morning will feature Emerson Journalism Department Chair and Professor Ted Gup in a segment about his new book, A Secret Gift, this Sunday, November 28.

  • Leccese comments on Rolling Stone controversy

    Assistant Professor Mark Leccese of Journalism opined on the Rolling Stone cover photo controversy for WBUR's Cognoscenti blog.

  • Emerson earns an 'A' in social media

    When a blog called Boston Innovation recently named the Boston-area colleges that have the most Twitter clout, it reported a surprising result: Emerson College came in second, right after Harvard University.

  • Grossman '70 talks digital marketing

    Crime thriller author Gary Grossman '70 spoke to Emerson students and faculty about the importance of authors and writers to market themselves in the digital world. Grossman, an Emerson Trustee, is a former producer a long list of television networks. 

  • Journalism Department launches iPad app to showcase student work

    Emerson’s Journalism Department recently became the first in the nation to successfully publish student work on an iPad application using Adobe Digital Publishing Suite.

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