- 4K x 31mph x 5 sec = amazing
High Speed Camera Shoots Entire Music Video in Only 5 Seconds
French filmmaker Guillaume Panariello makes a what-if scenario a reality.
- This gives Audio Engineering a whole new meaning!
Watch A Fire Being Extinguished With Sound
It may seem outlandish, but George Mason University engineering students Seth Robertson and Viet Tran say they’ve developed a way to extinguish fire with sound waves. The video above appears to prove them right. How can this be? ...
- Tonight at the Gracie Theatre
This event has been re-schedule for March 24 @[249759131709324:274:Gracie Theatre], @[123365091054066:274:Husson University]. Please come and share!
- 2010 alum Ray Harrington's movie Be A Man is on Facebook and nearing completion. Be A Man is a documentary on Ray's search to find out what it means to be a man today.
Be A Man
Be A Man is a Documentary feature film that follows comedian Ray Harrington as he attempts to discover what it means to be a man in modern life.
- Tomorrow is accepted students day. We're looking forward to seeing all the new faces!
- Join Husson Career Services for a job fair on March 25th at the Center for Family Business.
Husson University Career Fair, Wed, March 25th, 10-1, Dyke Center for Family Business. Be there or be square!
- Congratulations to the American Folk Festival on the Bangor Waterfront, voted on of America's 15 best small-town festivals by Fodor's.
America's 15 Best Small-Town Festivals
From the Florida Seafood Festival to the Fountain Hills Great Fair, these stand-out small towns host some of the best festivals in the country.
- It's the first day of spring. We swear, spring is somewhere under all the snow.
- 89.3fm WHSN Bangor asks you to give the gift of life today from 11-4 at the Furman Ctr at Husson University.
About The New England School of Communications
At Husson University, the New England School of Communications (NESCom) is home to approximately 500 students who are working towards Bachelor of Science degrees in Communications Technology, Mass Communications and Entertainment Production. Students within the Communications Technology degree may choose a concentration in Audio Engineering, Live Sound Technology, Video Production or WebMedia. Students within the Mass Communications degree may choose a concentration in Journalism, Marketing Communications, Radio Broadcasting, or Sports Journalism.
The New England School of Communications® prepares students for careers in the broad field of communications. We educate students in the applied technology and content consistent with the platforms that they will be using in their professions. Our instruction is designed to give students not only the critical knowledge but also the technical skills they will need to be successful in their chosen careers. Statement of Core Values The faculty, staff and administration of NESCom® share these values in pursuing our educational mission. Career-Focused Career preparation is a primary focus to better prepare our students for the first day of work. Technology-Based Technology is of extreme importance in the communications industry and we strive to train students with equipment and software that is currently in use. Work Ethic A strong work ethic and sense of humility are important characteristics that will help our students to be successful in the work force. Broad-based Learning Educating our students across a variety of media platforms broadens students’ abilities and allows them a wider range of future opportunities. Life Skills Creativity and problem solving capabilities, crucial in our college environment and in the communications industry, are taught and modeled by faculty. Practical Experience Students are offered early and frequent opportunities to practice the knowledge and skills learned. Value Delivering value to our students for the tuition they pay is an obligation our school takes seriously. Diversity Accepting students from a broad range of academic, economic and cultural backgrounds and giving them a fair opportunity to succeed enriches not only the life of our students but also the college.
The New England School of Communications® began as the New England School of Broadcasting in 1981, to train students for positions in the broadcasting and allied fields. From a downtown location NESB purchased the "Broadcast House" in 1983, and an up-to-date facility was built.
The move proved to be temporary as the School grew rapidly. In 1985, NESB moved to a facility on the campus of Husson College and continued to grow by providing housing, dining, a gymnasium and other campus amenities.
In 1997, NESCom merged with Husson and became a wholly owned subsidiary. In 2001, a new Communication Center, the Wildey Communication Center was established. A new wing was added in 2004 to the Wildey Communication Center to accommodate its expanding student body. In 2014, the New England School of Communications officially became part of the academic community of Husson University as it was integrated as the fifth school and college of the University.