Tim Riley is an associate professor and graduate program director in the Journalism Department.
Publisher’s Weekly reports that Penguin/Paulsen has bought world rights to Jabari Asim’s forthcoming picture book, Wall of Respect.
National, regional, and local media outlets highlighted Emerson’s commencement exercises, which took place at Fenway Park for the classes of 2021 and 2020 on May 2 and virtually May 9.
Communication Studies senior affiliated faculty and founder & CEO of BIGfish PR David Richard weighed in earlier this year on former President Donald Trump’s ban from Facebook following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol in January.
Communication Studies assistant professor and Critical Race Theory expert Deion Hawkins recently spoke to WHDH about Emerson’s exclusive poll with the media station, regarding sentiment about racism in Boston.
President Pelton was once again included in Boston Magazine’s annual ranking of top influential Bostonians, ranking #11 on the list that includes movers and shakers across all industry sectors.
Visual and Media Arts graduate students Xzaviah Jamel Stone Sr and Tarell Wright spoke with Boston 25 reporter Crystal Hynes about diversity and representation at the Oscars and in the film industry.
Visual and Media Arts assistant professor Rae Shaw’s new series, “Black Kung Fu Chick,” debuted at the Slamdance Film Festival earlier this year, and Shaw recently shared the inspiration for the series and the concept with the Boston Globe.
President Pelton’s community message following the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial for George Floyd’s death was republished by WBUR’s ideas and opinion site Cognoscenti.
Chair of Communications Studies Greg Payne is featured in a Washington Post Magazine article that looks back at the Kent State University tragedies, and the iconic girl in the Kent State photo, 51 years after they took place in the spring of 1970.