Lu Ann Reeb, Assistant Dean of the School Of Communication and Director Entrepreneurial Studies and Business Studies spoke to Exhale Lifestyle recently about her work educating students on how to … Continue Reading Lu Ann Reeb Talks Entrepreneurs with Exhale Lifestyle
Last year’s crop of Super Bowl ads were a direct response to the divisive American politics prevalent under Donald Trump’s presidency. This year’s ads focused more generally on social issues and and good old-fashioned entertainment, said two Emerson Marketing Communication faculty members.
After graduating with degrees in Journalism and Global & Postcolonial Studies, Margaux Maxwell ’18 took her passion for international human rights to Bogota, Colombia, where she is working as a freelance journalist.
While Bostonians retreated indoors from the cold during the College’s winter break, some Emersonians were enjoying the summertime Down Under, learning public relations with a global perspective during the inaugural session of the Sydney, Australia Global Pathway.
Emerson’s Mark Leccese is the first journalism professor to be appointed to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Judiciary-Media Committee, which has been tasked since 1995 with improving the relationship and understanding between the judicial branch and the media.
This semester, Maya Gacina ’21 became the new editor-in-chief of the Berkeley Beacon. Emerson Today’s David Ertischek ’01 talked with Gacina about her goals for the Beacon, her career, and what she’s reading.
In the spirit of America’s revered social activist, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Emerson School of Communication held its second annual MLK Celebration & Diversity Forum last Friday, where a panel of Boston community leaders addressed this year’s topic of Race and the Criminal Justice System.
By David Ertischek ’01 There are plenty of Emerson College related accounts on the ‘Gram (or Insta). What’s President Pelton sharing? What are the sororities up to these days? What … Continue Reading You Should Follow These 10+ Emerson College Instagram Accounts
Madison Shaw’s relentless efforts over the last several years, raising money and awareness for the national patient organization Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF), earned the political communication major international recognition for her work.
In the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Emerson School of Communication is bringing together a panel of Boston community leaders to discuss the topic of race and the criminal justice system during the School’s annual MLK Celebration and Diversity Forum.