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.

  • Tim Riley

    Riley Remembers David Bowie on NPR

    Assistant Professor in Journalism Tim Riley was interviewed on Boston’s NPR News Station (WBUR) show On Point with Tom Ashbrook.

  • Paraschos Speaks to BBC News

    Manny Paraschos, professor in the Journalism Department, spoke to BBC News about actor Sean Penn’s interview with Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman in Rolling Stone magazine.

  • Tim Neverett

    Neverett ’88 to announce Red Sox games on WEEI

    Multiple media outlets covered WEEI’s news that alumnus Tim Neverett would step into the role of announcing Red Sox games, alongside longtime sports announcer Joe Castiglione on WEEI.

  • Wyatt Oswald

    Oswald talks trees on NH Public Radio

    Associate Professor in the Institute for Liberal Arts Wyatt Oswald was interviewed by New Hampshire Public Radio (NHPR) on tree migration in New Hampshire.

  • Richard LaGravanese

    LaGravenese ’80 to be honored, Hollywood Reporter

    Oscar-nominated screenwriter Richard LaGravenese ’80 will receive a career achievement award from the Writers Guild of America (WGA).

  • Lauren Shaw

    Shaw’s film reviewed in Hollywood Reporter

    Visual and Media Arts Professor Lauren Shaw’s documentary Angkor’s Children chronicles the children in Cambodia after the genocide and the young women and their teachers who seek a hopeful future through art.

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    EC Polling Club results in Hartford Courant

    An Emerson College Polling Club (ECPC) poll of Connecticut residents covered a range of topics—from views on presidential candidates to the name “Hartford Yard Goats” for the minor league baseball team.

  • Camillo Ramirez

    Ramirez photos featured on CNN.com

    Assistant Professor in Visual and Media Arts and photographer Camillo Ramirez documented 5,500 miles of the Gulf Coast, from Florida to Texas, since the 2010 oil spill. CNN.com featured his photos.