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.

  • Yasmin Rivera '16 and Jennifer Ortakales '16

    Ortakales ’16 boosts language skills in France

    Jenny Ortakales ’16 has always wanted to visit France, but the cost of spending an entire semester abroad, for her, seemed a bit daunting. “My program was a shorter time commitment and for less money,” said the Journalism major. “It was an amazing experience. I really hope Emerson keeps it going because not everyone can afford an entire semester abroad.”

  • Miss World

    To China, with Mandarin

    Jingxia Wei ’16 tutors Miss World America 2015 Victoria Mendoza.

  • Taylor Smith '15

    Smith '15 becoming teacher in Iraq

    Taylor Smith ’15 said her recent decision to work abroad was not a surprise to anyone, but eyebrows were raised when she revealed the location. She’s moving to Iraq to become a teacher at an international school.

  • Guilfoil, MA '10, grows police, fire PR business

    John Guilfoil, MA ’10, was interviewed for about his growing public relations business for local police and fire departments in Massachusetts.

  • Megabots

    Adler promotes Megabots, gets viral coverage

  • David Kishik

    Kishik Op-Ed in New York Times

    David Kishik, an assistant professor in the Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies who teaches Philosophy, has an Op-Ed published in the New York Times.

  • Greta Spoering

    Violence Prevention advocate reflects on year

    Greta Spoering is excited to have finished her first academic year working at Emerson College, where she is one of two advocates with Emerson’s Violence Prevention and Response, a confidential resource on campus.  

  • Inclusive Excellence Fellowship

    Faculty diversity workshop attendance doubles

    The number of Emerson faculty members who participated in the annual inclusive pedagogy workshop, called the Inclusive Excellence Faculty Fellows Program, increased significantly this year.