Please meet a sampling of students kind enough to speak to an Emerson Today reporter randomly interrupting their conversations.
Each Fall, we introduce them to the community and ask them to answer a handful of (totally optional) questions
Appointments are scheduled every 15 minutes through our scheduling site and will take place in the Robbins Center at 216 Tremont Street
SOC students and faculty came together at the Ritz Carlton, to recognize 41 outstanding individuals who were nominated by the faculty for the annual School of Communication Awards.
We asked each winner about their inspirations for and secrets of excellent teaching.
“They are informed by the liberal arts … but they are very much informed by the expertise that we find among the faculty in these really growing fields,” said SOC Dean Raul Reis.
The Communication Studies Department explored the challenges and heartbreak of dementia with its annual Southwick Recital, held both virtually and in-person at the Semel Theater on Friday, November 5.
Jane Brown, a longtime clinical instructor in Communication Sciences and Disorders and admissions administrator for the College died Saturday, August 28, following a battle with ovarian cancer.
We asked each of them four questions about their field, their classroom, and who they are when they aren’t teaching.
As a graduate student in Communication Sciences & Disorders, Kaya LeGrand MS ’20 spearheaded a research project to help answer one of many questions surrounding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Which features of autistic children’s language are most useful for their adult language ability??