School of Communication

School of Communication News


  • Global Communication

    Expert in global communication advises Emersonians

    Joachim Kuss, director of communications for Zeiss Vision Care, is visiting Emerson for a week and will be an invited lecturer in several graduate and undergraduate classes in Communication Studies and Marketing.

  • GlobCom in United Arab Emirates

    Comm Studies Students Pitch Campaigns in Abu Dhabi

    Students from the Emerson College Communication Studies Department collaborated with fellow students from around the world to come up with a campaign to save marine mammals during the Global Communications Project in the United Arab Emirates last weekend.

  • Race to 45 webpage

    Grants Get Communication Departments Innovating -- Fast

    The Emerson College School of Communication offered an alternative to its faculty for the first time this year with Instant Innovation Grants, which expedited six projects.

  • Al Gosaibi lecture

    Brigham Surgeon Discusses Health Diplomacy in Final Al Gosaibi Lecture

    Dr. E. J. Caterson, a surgeon and global health diplomacy advocate, gave the third and final talk in the 2016 Husam Al Gosaibi Political Communication and Public Diplomacy Lecture Series on “Bridging Cultures Through Health Diplomacy and Medicine” to a full house in the Beard Room on May 9.

  • Roger House

    House, Gibson Win 2016 Huret Faculty Excellence Awards

    Emerson College faculty members Roger House and Nigel Gibson will each take a semester off from teaching in the next academic year to pursue research as winners of the 2016 Judy and Bob Huret Award.

  • Media Literacy and Migration webpage

    Faculty Member Studying Media and Migration

    Paul Mihailidis wants to know how organizations and people are using media to communicate with communities affected by international migration.

  • LA Times cover

    Emerson Student Interns with Pulitzer-Winning News Team

    Shannon O’Connor flew out to Los Angeles last May to become an intern with the Los Angeles Times. What she became was a member of a Pulitzer Prize-winning team.

  • food

    Alt Press Course Turns Emerson Students into Advocates

    Associate Professor Roger House's History of Alternative Journalism class did a year-end project on hunger in Boston, which is being compiled and added to the Victory Stride website, a repository of information, discussion, and research on Afro-American social justice history.