Emerson in the News

  • Norman Lear

    Norman Lear '44 Documentary Getting Press, Praise

    Legendary TV producer Norman Lear ’44 has been featured in media from The New York Times to NPR this week, ahead of the July 8 release of the documentary Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You.

  • Screen Shot American Futbol Project

    Alumni Soccer Video Series Featured in Boston.com

    Four Emerson College alumni who traveled through Latin America documenting "the beautiful game" were featured in a story on boston.com.

  • ECPS

    Bloomberg Cites Emerson for Accurate Primary Polling

    Emerson College Polling Society (ECPS) is one of only five independent pollsters that published at least 10 qualifying polls on the presidential primary races and accurately predicted the winners at least 90 percent of the time, according to Bloomberg Politics.

  • Greg Payne

    Payne Analyzes Trump's Brand in InsideSources

    Associate Professor Greg Payne, chair of the Communication Studies Department, was interviewed for a story on InsideSource about the diminishing perception of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's brand.

  • Swiss Army Man

    "Swiss Army Man" Directors Talk Emerson with Boston Herald

    Daniel Kwan '10 and Daniel Scheinert '09, directors of the surreal and scatalogical comedy Swiss Army Man, told the Boston Herald's Stephen Schaefer how Emerson College shaped their lives, creatively and professionally.

  • Emerson Los Angeles

    Emerson Los Angeles Wins National Design Award

    Emerson College Los Angeles (ELA) won a national award from the American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC), Facility Executive reports.

  • David Gerzof Richard

    Gerzof Richards Talks About Hate Crimes on "Greater Boston"

    Emerson College faculty member David Gerzof Richard was part of a panel discussing whether hate crimes are on the rise on WGBH’s Greater Boston June 20.

  • Wikipedia page

    Emerson Class Cited in Washington Post

    The Washington Post cited Emerson College faculty member Magda Romanka's World Drama class in an article about college classrooms writing and editing Wikipedia pages as research assignments. A student in Romanska's class wrote the Wikipedia page on "Theatre and disability." 


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