“Being able to interview him really enforces that ideal of journalism [being] for the people… Together, we can build a better future.”
NBC reporter and Emerson College alum Ben Colllins visited his alma mater to discuss how he covers the “dystopia beat.”
The medical community has yet to streamline new linguistic frameworks for diagnosing autism.
Through their partnership with the festival, SMC created and hosted an interactive workshop, “Creating Your Personal Brand: From Core Values to Cover Letter,” sharing some highlights of the graduate program with an audience of young professionals.
Innovation for Impact program directors Tim Gunn and Sharon Topper answer questions regarding the summer iteration of the entrepreneurial program.
Originating in 1986, P&P has drawn regulars from the Emerson community and beyond.
Too often, advertisers rely on outdated data and sexist marketing techniques to promote their products.
Marketing Communication Speaker Series, Part 1Alain Sylvain, in Conversation with Brent Smith Marketing, like many industries, has been characterized as being motivated by money. While numerous consulting firms and marketing … Continue Reading Understanding Inequalities Created By Technology-Driven Biases
Assistant Professor of Journalism Lina Maria Giraldo combines data mining and fine arts to produce data visualization projects that are grounded in human perspective.
Marketing communication professor Brent Smith won two awards for his paper regarding how marketers appeal to consumers who self-gift.