The U.S. Department of State continues to enlist the expertise of veteran journalist and Emerson Dean of the School of Communication, Raul Reis, to deliver journalism training around the world to reporters in need of media literacy – most recently in the Southern African nation of Angola.
Finding Khaya, filmed in Cape Town over six weeks earlier this summer, was a collaboration between Emerson and AFDA students, led by Senior Distinguished Director-in-Residence Regge Life and Associate Professor Harlan Bosmajian, a cinematographer, who co-teach a similar class at Emerson.
President Lee Pelton submitted the following letter to the editor of The Chronicle of Higher Education affirming the need for global perspectives.
Dean Jan Roberts-Breslin recently traveled to the University of Botswana to help two Emerson College alums.
Students interested in international and domestic politics will soon be able to earn a Global Bachelor of Arts in International and Political Communication, through a program taught at both Emerson College and Franklin University in Lugano, Switzerland, that advances Emerson’s commitment to creating a borderless campus.
Uniting international scholars to address global challenges and humanitarian issues, the Emerson-Blanquerna Center for Global Communication attracts an array of experts, including Oscar Mateos, Blanquerna’s associate professor of Communication and International Relations.
Sara Morgan is a “Double Lion” alumna of Emerson College, having received undergrad and graduate degrees. Currently, Morgan is a global brand manager, and she provided what are some best practices when working with clients outside of the United States:
Starting in the fall of 2019, Emerson College is offering a Global BFA in Film Art in partnership with the Paris College of Art. By David Ertischek ’01 Emerson Lions … Continue Reading Here Are The New Undergrad and Graduate Majors Emerson Started Offering in Recent Years
An Evening in History with James Baldwin brought together more than 100 students, alumni, and members of the community to celebrate the life and legacy of the late novelist, activist, and playwright at Emerson College Los Angeles on February 23.
Emerson College will celebrate the life and legacy of late author James Baldwin at its LA campus with a special event that will include a performance, discussion and a reception on February 23.