The Asem sisters’ Kyan Foundation aims to make schools into a hub of well-being.
Communication Studies senior affiliated faculty David Gerzof Richard was interviewed for a Boston 25 segment on the recent news that Facebook paused its rollout of Instagram Kids, after a Wall Street Journal article cited mental health issues for teen users of Instagram, and specific
NAFSA: Association of International Educators’ magazine recently published a piece “The Power of Partnership,” featuring the partnership between Emerson and the Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations at Ramon Llull University in Barcelona.
Communications Studies associate professor Vincent Raynauld co-wrote an op-ed for the Institute for Research on Public Policy’s Policy Options website titled, “The key role of political parties’ digital strategies in the federal election” regarding Canada’s upcoming federal election.
The Emerson community will be paying tribute to those lost on September 11, 2001, part of a 20-year tradition of remembrance.
Still chasing their dreams in a COVID-19 ruled-world, Emerson School of Communication students scattered across the country this summer at remote and on-location internships. Here are just three of the dozens of stories that played out this year…
Trevor McLean ’22 was on the winning team of this year’s GlobCom, an annual international public relations competition held June 2-5 that asks students to work together with peers around the world to solve a PR problem.
Dr. Charles Steinberg, director of the College’s sports communication program and president of the Worcester Red Sox, spoke to the New York Times about Neil Diamond’s 1969 hit “Sweet Caroline,” which is experiencing a resurgence overseas, at the Euro 2020 soccer tournament at England’s Wembley Stadium.
Communication Studies Professor Emeritus John Anderson was featured in the Tulsa World for his work in this year’s Tulsa Chautauqua, which ran virtually June 8-12.
Communications Studies Scholar-in-Residence Sharifa Simon-Roberts weighed in about morning show radio host Matt Siegel’s comments this week regarding singer Demi Lovato’s announcement identifying as non-binary to to Boston 25.