Marketing Communication assistant professor and cultural anthropologist Carol Ferrara was a featured guest on a nightly show for France24.
In a wide-ranging interview and Q&A, Gunn gave some advice to Emersonians on how to fashion a career and a life based on integrity and empathy.
This Martin Luther King Day, instead of an event, Reis asked members of the School of Communication faculty to join him in sharing reflections on Dr. King’s legacy.
Kaiga has pushed for the clean energy industry to be more inclusive.
It’s not just anywhere that two undergraduates can produce a star-studded event like the first annual Future of Creative Industries Conference, but Kristen Cawog ’21 and Valeria Ocando ’22 made it happen at Emerson.
Three Emerson alumni, Hao Zheng ’15, Lydia Liebman ’14, and Maddy Wojdak ’13, landed on the 2021 Forbes 30 Under 30 list in the Hollywood & Entertainment, Music, and Games categories, respectively.
Cultural anthropologist and marketing communications assistant professor Carol Ferrara writes for The Conversation about French school reform laws pushing forward designed to help combat Islamic separatism after the recent terror attacks in France.
Students learned from alumni the valuable lessons of managing uncertainty with mental resilience, adaptability, and flexibility.
Biden and Trump spent millions on advertising.
For our third spotlight in the series, meet Ye Huang, MA ’20, an alumna of the Strategic Communications for Marketing program. Learn about Ye’s experience as an intern at FocusKPI in Boston.