SOC students and faculty came together at the Ritz Carlton, to recognize 41 outstanding individuals who were nominated by the faculty for the annual School of Communication Awards.
As fate and COVID would have it, only a few of the early Speech@Emerson immersions would be in-person – until last month, when more than 200 students from four time zones gathered at the Westin.
At a time when media—especially digital and social media—is more prevalent than ever in our society, our ability to understand and navigate it (known academically as “media literacy”) is more important than ever for functioning, just, and equitable democracy.
Emerson Today has some of the highlights of their conversation
As the DC Old Glory prepared for the 2021 Major League Rugby season, they received some off-the-pitch help from Emerson College students, who had ideas for promoting the diversity of both the team and the league.
As the spring semester came to a close, the School of Communication paused to recognize 42 outstanding individuals who were nominated by the faculty for the annual SOC Student Awards.
Highlights and insights from the 2021 Communication Day, exploring the year we experienced, and what we learned.
This year, business leaders across industries shared what it means to emphasize integrity and empathy over conflict.
This Martin Luther King Day, instead of an event, Reis asked members of the School of Communication faculty to join him in sharing reflections on Dr. King’s legacy.
It’s not just anywhere that two undergraduates can produce a star-studded event like the first annual Future of Creative Industries Conference, but Kristen Cawog ’21 and Valeria Ocando ’22 made it happen at Emerson.