Political Communication major Christopher Henderson-West ’20 recently was selected as a full-time staff intern with Congresswoman Barbara Lee (D-CA13) through the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation (CBCF) Emerging Leaders program, one of the most elite internships on Capitol Hill.
Emerson students got to experience the highs and lows of the Iowa Caucus.
Each fall,10 to 20 Emerson College students choose the Emerson DC Program and its access to real-world opportunities to ignite passions, direct next steps, and transform post-college careers.
A leading polling analysis website, FiveThirtyEight, featured Emerson Polling data from New Hampshire (partially conducted after the January 14 debate) which showed Sanders ahead by 23 percent, Buttigieg at 18%, and more.
Since Emerson extended its presence westward into Los Angeles over 30 years ago, Emerson Los Angeles (ELA) has been seen as a hub mainly for students in the School of Art. But not anymore.
Emerson Polling is partnering with 7NEWS/WHDH, to provide the Boston TV station and its viewers with a series of polls on the 2020 presidential race in New Hampshire.
What role will impeachment hearings play in the 2020 election? How is the Democratic primary race influencing President Trump’s poll ratings? Does any Democratic presidential candidate beside the three frontrunners have a chance?
Emerson College’s Global Pathways programs are more than just study abroad programs. Case in point – Emerson’s annual Salzburg: Global Media Academy, a three-week program in the summer where students focus on media literacy, and global networks for innovation and engagement in digital culture.
In a world where democracy seems to face challenges at every turn, Greek communication change agent, Stavros Kalenteridis ’10, promotes participatory democracy and democratic values in Greece and for Greeks living abroad. It all began in Plato’s hometown of Athens, when Kalenteridis was able to pursue his political passion at Emerson College, launching his now successful nonprofit NGO foundation, “Delta – Political Revolution.”
Prior to joining Emerson’s Communication Studies department, Keri Thompson’s political activism took her down regional and national campaign trails. Now, the senior lecturer is bringing her political expertise to the small coastal community of Cohasset, Massachusetts, where she was elected selectwoman this spring.