From second-semester first-years to last-semester seniors, SOC students dove into an array of communication internships — formative experiences spent in global magazine editorial and event spaces, national TV/radio broadcast newsrooms and studios, world-renowned hospitals, and nationally acclaimed social services.
Director of the Business of Creative Enterprises program and founder of the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival Wes Jackson shared his thoughts with Andy Mai from public radio station WNYC regarding Islamic influences in hip-hop.
The Hollywood Reporter’s (THR) new initiative, The Young Executives Fellowship, is turning to Emerson College to help guide and mold an inclusive pipeline for future leaders in the entertainment industry by creating opportunities for underserved students.
A special effects makeup studio, a cannabis-based hookah, a smart punching bag, environmentally-friendly mushroom leather — these are just a few of the student ideas for companies to be showcased at the E3 Expo on Friday.
Hip-hop legend Bobbito Garcia with Wes Jackson, Director of Emerson’s Business of Creative Enterprises program, at an April 2, 2019 event that included a screening of Garcia’s most recent documentary … Continue Reading BCE Talks Success, Sneakers, and Spotify During Work Speaker Series
Without any previous trips to forensics competitions prior to joining the team, Emerson’s five-person forensics team won first place in a national tournament while competing against 500 other students.
During last month’s “Authentic Encounters,” the Emerson community gathered at Center Stage to address the value of everyday communication through students sharing their stories and reflecting on the impacts of conversation and human interaction.
Emerson Launch Director Sanjay Pothen wants students to know that there’s a place they can go to get mentoring, attend programs, and experiment with their wildest dreams.
In today’s digitally mediated society, face-to-face dialogue is being replaced with text and video messaging. School of Communication students are exploring this paradigmatic shift as a part of the “Let’s Talk!” First-Year Initiative.