Department of Marketing Communication

Department of Marketing Communication News

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

  • Ask for Evidence spawns critical thinking

    A new research endeavor supported by a donor-funded Consumer Awareness Project grant is helping Emerson students put on their critical thinking caps. The Ask for Evidence Campaign promotes consumer awareness and truth in advertising. 

  • Quidditch, music, and mobile win at E3 Expo

    An athletic apparel company for Quidditch players, a high-tech DJ service, and a mobile technology business took top prizes at Emerson’s Seventh Annual E3 Expo held April 21.

  • 5 students attend global Salzburg Academy

    Five Emerson students and two faculty members attended the Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change in Salzburg, Austria, this summer, joining students and academic leaders from 23 countries.

  • Class adopts family for holidays

    More than 30 students in the Global Marketing Communication and Advertising graduate program have purchased gifts for a financially struggling family living in Boston.

  • 133rd Commencement about 'Emerson Strong'

    The 133rd Emerson College Commencement took on both celebratory and reflective tones on Mother’s Day, May 12, with keynote speakers Max Mutchnick ’87 and Debbie Allen.

  • 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.

  • Lending Their Voices, Honing Their Skills

    In a new program established by the Office of Communications and Marketing, Emerson students are writing press releases, covering news stories, producing videos, designing publications, and creating social media campaigns.

  • Gerzof Richard’s class in NPR story

    NPR noted the successes of Marketing Communication faculty member David Gerzof Richard’s class and Patriots receiver Julian Edelman in a story about athletes and good and bad social media practices.

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