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    Emerson celebrating 25th ADA anniversary

    Emerson’s Disabilities Services Office and FACE Lab will be hosting informational tables at the 25th anniversary celebration of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) on Boston Common on Wednesday, July 22, from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. 

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    Annie Jin receiving Mann Stearns Award

    Seunga Venus “Annie” Jin, assistant professor in Marketing Communication, has been named the 2015 recipient of Emerson’s Norman and Irma Mann Stearns Distinguished Faculty Award.

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    $62k grant studies social media for political action

    Vincent Raynauld, assistant professor in Communication Studies, has been awarded a $62,000 grant by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC) for a research project titled The #Idlenomore Factor: Characterizing Twitter’s Effect on Canadian Aboriginal Civic Engagement.

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    Boston teens take summer courses at Emerson

    A group of Boston Public Schools students are taking courses in conflict resolution, creative writing, and theater at Emerson July 6–17 as part of the College’s 10th annual Charles Beard Arts and Communication Exploration Program.

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    Edelstein publishes article on intercultural learning

    Cathryn Cushner Edelstein, senior scholar-in-residence in Communication Studies, authored an academic article that was published on June 30 in Global Partners in Education Journal about a unique intercultural learning experience she instituted at Emerson. 

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    Mihailidis receives national media literacy award

    Paul Mihailidis, associate professor in Marketing Communication, was recently awarded the National Media Literacy Education Research Award from the National Association for Media Literacy Education at its conference in Philadelphia.

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    Memorial service scheduled for Ted Romberg

    Emerson College Professor Emeritus Theodore “Ted” Romberg died on June 25 after a brief illness, according to his family. He was 82 years old.