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.
A record 305 nominations were submitted for this year’s Emerson College Teacher Awards, which were whittled down to three faculty members to receive the prestigious awards.
By Molly Loughman From March 20-21, the first-ever “Communication Days” will bring together ideas from across the communication spectrum as all undergraduate School of Communication classes converge into a series … Continue Reading “Communication Days” Will Spark Ideas, Build Community
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 Stage worked with faculty and students from the College’s Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) department to stage two sensory-friendly performances of Flora & Ulysses.
Emerson faculty were busy over the past year, racking up awards, fellowships, books, and papers, in addition to sharing what they know with students.
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.
Eight new faculty members join the School of Communication this year, along with three faculty members who have been given new or additional roles.