Members of Emerson’s lacrosse, tennis, softball and baseball teams received NEWMAC honors for the 2019 spring season.
The teams working with the Institute – Integrated Misfits and Compass – each got the same brief. The two campaigns that arose from that brief and research, however, were “a great example of how creativity and research takes people in different directions,” said Executive-in-Residence Brenna McCormick.
In two on-campus workshops this spring, Emerson students heard directly from Facebook on how to earn money by building and growing a brand during unique Facebook Video Workshops, hosted by Emerson’s School of Communication.
Emerson is working to build a more inclusive entertainment industry through an exciting new partnership with Howard University, the University of Southern California, and The Hollywood Reporter.
Being the Emerson College student who directs the school’s award-winning EVVY Awards is a great honor. There can only be one director of the program.
Senior writer-in-residence Jon Papernick is a finalist in Massmouth’s 10th Anniversary Big Mouth Off.
Assistant Professor Kaysha Corinealdi of the Institute for Liberal Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies has been awarded a Career Enhancement Fellowship from the Woodrow Wilson National Foundation.
One year ago, I put down my deposit to attend Emerson College’s MS in Communication Disorders program. Little did I know the amazing year I had in store. Here are some highlights:
Five Design/Technology students won the 2019 ASTC-USITT Renovation Challenge for their conceptual redesign of the Union Bank Building, with the help of faculty advisors Keith Cornelius, scene shop/technical supervisor, and Professor Scott Pinkney.
This fall, Dr. Brent Smith will take the helm as chair of Emerson’s Department of Marketing Communication.