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.

  • Emerson hosting high school journalists

    Emerson College this summer will host JCamp, a multicultural journalism workshop for high school students sponsored by the Asian American Journalists Association.

  • Media Ethics moves online

    Media Ethics, a nonprofit publication started by Emerson faculty and sponsored by the College since its inception, recently converted to a solely online format.

  • Alumna joins Weather Channel

    Anaridis Rodriguez, MA '11, may be the first news anchor to specifically work for The Weather Channel when its new morning show launches March 17.

  • McLarin and Rodriguez discuss Presidential debates on WGBH's Basic Black

    Appearing recently on Basic Black, Assistant Professor in WLP Kim McLarin and Journalist-in-Residence Cindy Rodriguez (pictured) shared their opinions with moderator Callie Crossley and fellow guests about the Presidential debates.

  • Leccese discussed social media use on WGBH-FM

    Assistant Professor Mark Leccese talked about the use of social media in political campaigns on the Callie Crossley Show on WGBH-FM (89.7) on Tuesday, June 15.

  • Asian American Journalists Assoc. holds camp

    Aspiring young journalists and professionals from across the U.S. converged on Emerson for the annual Asian American Journalists Association's JCamp from July 29 to August 3.

  • Alum honored for journalism in Greece

    Dimitri Pefanis, MA '02, recently won a journalistic excellence award for his reporting on the Greek economy for the publication Ta Nea.

  • The Perfect Gift

    Emerson Journalism Department Chair Ted Gup has written a book that may be the perfect gift this holiday season for people of all ages—in fact the name says it all: A Secret Gift.

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