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AuthorMolly Loughman

First Business of Creative Enterprises Graduating Class Leaves Mark with Real Clients

Julia Perry ‘20 and her Business of Creative Enterprises (BCE) cohort made Emerson College history this spring when they became the first-ever graduating class in its BCE undergrad program. Beyond the College, the small cohort of 30-plus students left a lasting impression with real-world clients after they provided six local partners with applicable creative business services. 

Emersonians Help Lithuanian Government with Global Communications

The International Public Relations course in the Communication Studies department focuses on global and international media relations, social media, branding, media management, crisis communication, and policy. Students of the class then apply those concepts at GlobComm, coordinating across geographic, cultural, language, religious, technological, and national differences — just as they would in a professional setting.

E3 Student Entrepreneurs Prove Creative, Resilient

Started in 2005, the E3 minor in Emerson’s School of Communication (SOC) is a yearlong immersive program designed to teach students from all majors how to build and launch their own business ventures. Directed by Lu Ann Reeb, Senior Executive-in-Residence in Marketing Communication, this year’s E3 class went remote along with the rest of the college in March due to the COVID-19 crisis. , leaving Reeb to instruct students both one-on-one and as a group across five time zones and four countries — including China, India, Costa Rica and the U.S.