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School of Communication News


  • Digital Storytelling Class

    Students Showcase Stories Made with Mobile Devices

    Graduate and undergraduate students in Jae Williams’ (’08 MA ’16) Digital Storytelling class presented their photography, video, and other artistic creations at the first Digital Storytelling Showcase, held at the Visitor Center on Wednesday, June 29.

  • Coggins Emerson Aphasia

    Words to Live By: Emerson Aphasia Study Gives Clients More Ways to Communicate

    In 2008, Joanne Coggins had surgery to remove an infection from her heart valve. Some of the tissue came loose during the procedure and ended up in her brain, causing a stroke and leaving her with with aphasia, a condition that makes it difficult for people to use and understand language.

  • Marketing Communication New Balance

    Marketing Comm Students Pitch New Balance to Their Peers

    Marketing Communications students wanted to make you think of fashion-forward urban youth when you think New Balance. Their campaigns for so impressed executives from the Boston-based athletic apparel company that the students were invited to their new headquarters on Wednesday, June 22, to share their strategies.

  • Christina Guessferd interviews Christina Grimmie

    Video: Emerson Student Interviews Christina Grimmie

    Journalism student Christina Guessferd ’18 interviewed singer and YouTube celebrity Christina Grimmie for Good Morning Emerson in March, three months before Grimmie was shot and killed after a show in Orlando, Florida.

  • Mike Beaudet '92 Boston Emmy

    Emerson Alumni, Students Win Local Emmy Awards

    Several Emerson College alumni took home local Emmy Awards for their work in broadcasting on Saturday, June 4, at the Westin Copley Hotel in Boston.

  • 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.