This was the culmination of a full year’s work, to create a public relations campaign for Soldier On, a non-profit that addresses homelessness among military veterans.
Communications Studies associate professor Vincent Raynauld addressed the news of Meta recently filing a lawsuit against Voyager Labs for “data scraping” Meta’s user data, alleging their means of doing so is a breach of Meta’s terms.
Communication Studies senior affiliated faculty and BIGfishPR CEO David Gerzof Richard weighed in on the new AI tool, Chat GPT, which produces content based on prompts from the user.
Emerson Forensic’s Team of three won 20 of 21 rounds, earned the highest team point total, and placed first, second, and fourth individually in International Public Debate at Hofstra University’s Off-Broadway Swing Forensics Tournament in December. The event drew about 120 competitors from 15 colleges in nine states.
He’s an internationally recognized leader and scholar of communication and marketing related to public health and health care, but who is he beyond his CV?
Assistant Professor Deion Hawkins writes that insurrections need to be examined in the context of rebellions by enslaved Black Americans.
Chair of the Communication Studies department and associate professor Greg Payne shared his expertise for a piece discussing political rhetoric and varied strategies.
Students in faculty Maria Scott’s media relations class this semester worked with St. Anthony Shrine, a Franciscan Catholic community in downtown Boston, to highlight their counseling and social services.
Assistant Professor Deion Hawkins writes about the future of Black Twitter, particularly in the context of police brutality and racism, now that Elon Musk owns Twitter.
“Being able to interview him really enforces that ideal of journalism [being] for the people… Together, we can build a better future.”