Glenn Jones and Latoyia Edwards talked about handling traumatic situations, being empathetic when reporting, and remaining true to their personal values.
Emerson’s Teach in on Sustainability explores how we can contribute to a sustainable tomorrow through communication, the arts, and the liberal arts.
This multidisciplinary symposium explores how communication, the arts, and the liberal arts can help advance a sustainable future.
School of Communication Dean and Marketing Professor Brent Smith weighed in for WalletHub regarding car insurance and celebrities, indicating that video endorsements are especially easier for consumers to recall.
In order to win, President Biden must continue to show he’s the only adult in the room, faculty member Kathryn Grosso Gann.
As a professor of American Studies, House created numerous Emerson courses, wrote for national websites including The Hill and The Daily Beast, and has penned several books.
Heather May is a longtime Senior Lecturer in the Communication Studies Department.
There will be three days of special events including live performances, a film festival, panels, and food!
Journalism assistant professor Zhao Peng weighed in for an article examining the state of the journalism industry and the prospects for students aspiring to work in the field.
Love blooms in the dorms, the cafeteria, in the classroom, and when you’re an alum.