Emerson College Today

  • Scott Bernstein speaks on a panel at Emerson

    Experts say Facebook and Twitter have revolutionized marketing

    When the newspaper world began losing revenue, longtime music critic and author Jim Sullivan left the Globe. The advice he received from friends and colleagues was, “Go online.” 

  • The Kasteel Well is located in Netherlands and houses an Emerson abroad program

    Emerson's unique Kasteel Well program marks 25 years

    Emerson College’s Kasteel Well study-abroad program in Well, The Netherlands, celebrates its 25th anniversary this spring with several days of special events.

  • Jim Finn

    Finn's film lauded by Village Voice

    Visual and Media Arts lecturer and filmmaker Jim Finn was recently recognized by The Village Voice columnist Jim Hoberman for producing one of the top 10 best films of 2010.

  • Steve Himmer, MFA ’05

    Himmer's Bee-Loud Glade explores silence

    The concept of “unplugging” from the demands of life and society has gained interest in recent years, as many people feel pressured day and night to respond to emails, to be available for work, and to stay abreast of trends.

  • Raj Sharma

    Raj Sharma's Emerson Experience

    Raj Sharma graduated Emerson in 1983 with a degree in mass communications and he recently agreed to participate in our “Emerson Experience” series.

  • Philip "P.J." Crowley speaks to Emerson students about his work.

    State Department Spokesman Visits Emerson

    Twitter revolutions, WikiLeak revelations, blogging, and the worldwide power of social media were among the topics addressed by U.S. State Department spokesperson Philip "P.J." Crowley when he visited campus March 10. 

  • Martin Baron, editor of the Boston Globe

    Journalism students visit Boston Globe

    Emerson students listened to Martin Baron, editor of the Boston Globe, recount the story of his newspaper's Pulitzer Prize-winning expose of sex scandals in the Catholic Church.

  • Communication Week

    Emerson to celebrate Communication Week

    Emerson’s School of Communication will host its second annual Communication Week March 14–18, 2011.



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