Started in 2005, the E3 minor in Emerson’s School of Communication (SOC) is a yearlong immersive program designed to teach students from all majors how to build and launch their own business ventures. Directed by Lu Ann Reeb, Senior Executive-in-Residence in Marketing Communication, this year’s E3 class went remote along with the rest of the college in March due to the COVID-19 crisis. , leaving Reeb to instruct students both one-on-one and as a group across five time zones and four countries — including China, India, Costa Rica and the U.S.
As founder of the Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival, Wes Jackson, has had to plan for hurricanes, intense heat, floods, and other acts of god.
While the COVID-19 pandemic means no musicians in the studio this particular Friday, WERS’ creative services coordinator, Nicole Bae ’20 will bring the “live” by adding donors’ names to a mural that will be shared over social media.
The Business of Creative Enterprises (BCE) Happy Hour welcomed back Emerson students and faculty with an Oscar-themed night that celebrated the best films and filmmakers from around the world, turning a more inclusive eye to the nominations than critics say the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has.
P. Carl had never written a book, when a literary agent called asking him to write his memoir.
Emerson’s Business of Creative Enterprises (BCE) program is the first of its kind in the nation. Starting next year, BCE will offer Emerson students a first-of-its-kind opportunity to explore the inner workings of world-class brands–such as Spotify, H&M, and IKEA– in the advanced creative economy of Sweden.
Ben & Jerry’s, Nike, and Pepsi. Three mainstream businesses that approach race and social justice in their marketing campaigns in very different ways.
Emerson School of Communication students are making an impact towards solving some of the world’s most pressing problems in this year’s SOC First-Year Initiative (FYI) – which is based on a global plan of action from the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Emerson College’s Global Pathways programs are more than just study abroad programs. Case in point – Emerson’s annual Salzburg: Global Media Academy, a three-week program in the summer where students focus on media literacy, and global networks for innovation and engagement in digital culture.
School of Communication students dove into an array of communication internships. See how some SOC students put their Emerson education into practice this summer. Part 2 of 2.