Katelyn Reddy ’24 and classmates co-curated one of Emerson Contemporary’s fall 2022 exhibitions through the class “Curating Contemporary Art.” Reddy, from Long Island, described the process and her takeaways.
Communications Studies associate professor Vincent Raynauld addressed the news of Meta recently filing a lawsuit against Voyager Labs for “data scraping” Meta’s user data, alleging their means of doing so is a breach of Meta’s terms.
Communication Studies senior affiliated faculty and BIGfishPR CEO David Gerzof Richard weighed in on the new AI tool, Chat GPT, which produces content based on prompts from the user.
Incoming President Dr. Jay Bernhardt joined Bloomberg Baystate Business hosts this week, sharing his hopes for making the College more accessible, diverse, and affordable, among others, and cultivating the foundations of future leaders.
Associate professor, interim Chair of the Marketing Communication Department, and environmental economist Nejem Raheem was a guest on Radio Boston’s Brilliant Boston program, which highlights popular classes from area higher education institutions.
As WCVB celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2022, the station featured its longest-tenured employee, and first woman to direct a Boston newscast, alum Donna Hennessey ’65.
Assistant Professor Deion Hawkins writes that insurrections need to be examined in the context of rebellions by enslaved Black Americans.
Chair of the Communication Studies department and associate professor Greg Payne shared his expertise for a piece discussing political rhetoric and varied strategies.
Ariella Kasmer-Jacobs, a graduate student and member of the Boston mixed-gender, young professionals, Jewish a cappella group Honorable Menschen spoke about representation and diversity in viral Jewish holiday videos, which began around 2010.
Students in faculty Maria Scott’s media relations class this semester worked with St. Anthony Shrine, a Franciscan Catholic community in downtown Boston, to highlight their counseling and social services.