Facilitated through a partnership with Empower Peace, Communication Studies faculty have participated in the conference for the past two years
Bo Feekins and Sunjin Chang both said they wanted to continue to pursue creating their businesses.
Innovation for Impact program directors Tim Gunn and Sharon Topper answer questions regarding the summer iteration of the entrepreneurial program.
Emerson College announces two new majors that will be offered beginning in Fall of 2023: Media Psychology and Health and Social Change. Both new programs will require capstones that put theory into practice through community partnerships, and will offer courses from across various departments and disciplines. Emerson is among a select group of institutions with majors in these fields of higher education study; the social change emphasis within a health program and media psychology at the undergraduate level set the College apart.
The annual e3 expo will be in person for the first time since 2019.
Marieska Luzada ’23 and Jo Malicdem ’23 shared the Tom Cooper Spirit of Emerson Award, and Drew Genova won the Robert Colby Kindness Award.
Mike Testa has had a long career in amateur wrestling as an athlete, coach, official, and organizer.
Journalism affiliated faculty Beena Sarwar spoke to Al Jazeera network about about Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan’s attempt to evade a no-confidence vote from Parliament by eliminating the entity.
Cook, McDuffie, Paine, and Reis, have influenced American culture through their contributions to TV, movies, radio, and more.
Parents Magazine’s new Kindred platform published a piece by Journalism major Chloe Shaar ’24