Emerson College students quickly pounced on an opportunity to write about the impact of the Coronavirus for The Boston Globe Magazine.
2020 TEACHING AWARDS PART 1 On the morning of Thursday, March 26, as the Emerson community navigated the first week of remote courses amid the COVID-19 crisis, Provost Michaele Whelan … Continue Reading Nejem Raheem receives Miller Award for Outstanding Teaching
This article is the first in a series, drawing expert insights from the Emerson community as humankind navigates the evolving challenges of the COVID-19 crisis:
Scott Johnson’s next book is a monster of a novel.
Remembering Larry Rasky: Former Emerson Trustee, Alum, Trusted Communications and Political Consultant
Former Emerson Trustee Larry Rasky a prominent PR professional in Boston and a personal confidant and consultant for numerous politicians, died Sunday, March 22.
A new Emerson College/Nexstar National Poll finds that while 70 percent of respondents are very worried or somewhat worried that they or an immediate family member may be infected with the novel coronavirus, a larger percentage of respondents reported being very concerned about their personal finances than their personal health.
The award recognizes overall excellence in internationalization efforts as evidenced in mission, strategies, programs, and results.
Communications Studies Assistant Professor Vincent Raynauld spoke to Tech News World regarding a recent UC Berkeley study that says Youtube is reducing conspiracy theories on its platform.
“To do more, be more and give back more” were the inspired words Rose Shumow received from a stranger about her late husband and Emerson journalism professor, Moses Shumow, who left a legacy of giving voices to the voiceless.
Communication Studies Senior Lecturer Owen Eagan contributed to a piece regarding the “Varsity Blues” college admissions scandal as it it is hitting TV and movies, in a segment that aired on WGBH’s Morning Edition and All Things Considered.