On Tuesday, March 15, Emerson’s Business of Creative Enterprises program will host a first-of-its-kind, open-to-everyone conference on “The Future of the Creative Industry.”
Students learned from alumni the valuable lessons of managing uncertainty with mental resilience, adaptability, and flexibility.
Throughout its history, the Southwick Recitals featured faculty, alumni, and other accomplished performers. But this year, students will take the stage…or rather, screen.
Raul Reis, dean of the School of Communication, recently added Mozambique to the list of nations where he has provided training for journalists—except this time his visit was virtual.
As the United States barrels through an extraordinary presidential campaign year, the Emerson College Polling staff has been steadily measuring public opinion on issues ranging from politics to public health and social justice, and news outlets across the country are taking note.
Raul Reis, dean of the School of Communication, has been elected Vice President of the Association of Schools of Journalism & Mass Communication—a professional and academic organization bringing together administrators from across the U.S. and the world.
Approaching the finale of an extraordinary academic year, the School of Communication paused to recognize the “best of the best” during the 2020 Student Awards Ceremony.
2020 Teaching Awards Part 2 The Alan L. Stanzler Award for Excellence in Teaching is awarded to an affiliated faculty member who consistently receives high Teacher/Course Evaluation ratings. Winners of … Continue Reading Kenneth Grout receives Alan L. Stanzler Award for Excellence in Teaching
2020 TEACHING AWARDS PART 1 On the morning of Thursday, March 26, as the Emerson community navigated the first week of remote courses amid the COVID-19 crisis, Provost Michaele Whelan … Continue Reading Nejem Raheem receives Miller Award for Outstanding Teaching
Throughout her career, Rhiannon Luyster has conducted extensive research on language development among children—especially those with autism spectrum disorder.