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.

  • Journalism Professor Jerry Lanson

    Lanson Documents His Personal Journey as a Writer

    Lanson has published his third book on the art of storytelling. Writing for Others, Writing for Ourselves: Telling Stories in an Age of Blogging was released this week through Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

  • A Not So Secret Book Signing

    When Emerson Journalism Department Chair and Professor Ted Gup hosted a book signing and reading of A Secret Gift at the Emerson College Bookstore on November 30, the store was packed.

  • Daphne Valerius, MA ’06

    Filmmaker Valerius Goes to White House

    Valerius, MA ’06, was among the group of 25 influential black women invited by First Lady Michelle Obama to the White House for a special screening of Tyler Perry’s For Colored Women.

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    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.

  • Dean Andersen

    Andersen Receives NCA Award

    Andersen accepted the award at the NCA’s 96th convention, “Building Bridges,” in San Francisco November 14–17.

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    Emerson Faculty Featured at Irish Journalism Conference

    Journalism Associate Professor Jerry Lanson, and Writing, Literature and Publishing Associate Professor Jeffrey Seglin were two of just three academics invited to a workshop at the Irish Institute at Boston College.

  • Post-Election Conversation held in Emerson’s Charles Beard Room

    Local Journalists Visit Campus for Post-Election Conversation

    Emerson students asked questions and were offered advice at the Post-Election Conversation held in Emerson’s Charles Beard Room on November 9.

  • Co-Anchors Brett Connolly, MA ’11, and Anaridis Rodriguez, MA ’11

    WEBN Streams Election Night Coverage

    On Election Night 2010, Emerson student-run television news station WEBN broadcast live coverage on the web for more than two hours. 

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