Finding Khaya, filmed in Cape Town over six weeks earlier this summer, was a collaboration between Emerson and AFDA students, led by Senior Distinguished Director-in-Residence Regge Life and Associate Professor Harlan Bosmajian, a cinematographer, who co-teach a similar class at Emerson.
President Lee Pelton submitted the following letter to the editor of The Chronicle of Higher Education affirming the need for global perspectives.
Affiliated faculty member Kevin Mitchell, who teaches esports courses and is the Director of Business Development for National Amusements, contributed to Education Dive’s article on the emerging industry for esports, and the role universities and colleges can play in fostering careers.
Performing Arts associate professor and award-winner Magda Romanska was named the recipient of the first Literary Managers And Dramaturgs Of The Americas (LMDA) Innovation Grant, which “supports an artist pushing the boundaries of dramaturgical work” for Performap.com.
Emerson alumni were well represented among nominees for the 71st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, announced Tuesday, July 16. Three of the nominees will be looking to repeat 2018 wins during this year’s awards ceremony, which will air Sunday, September 22, on FOX.
Kyler Schelling directed 100% Julian Edelman, capturing the New England Patriots star’s recovery after a serious injury.
Emerson College’s Counseling and Psychological Services Honored for Transgender and Non-Binary Resources Website
Emerson College ECAPS was recognized by JED and Everfi for “Excellence in Action” for its Transgender and Non-Binary Resources website during a nation-wide webinar.
The Office of Government & Community Relations published the 2017/2018 Community Service Report which highlights Emerson’s contributions through volunteerism, partnerships and civic engagement initiatives.
The escapist drama Blood & Treasure, created by alumnus Stephen Scaia ’98 and screenwriter Matthew Federman, with writing by Kevin Chesley ’97 and Bryan Shukoff ’97, takes viewers around the world.
In a world where democracy seems to face challenges at every turn, Greek communication change agent, Stavros Kalenteridis ’10, promotes participatory democracy and democratic values in Greece and for Greeks living abroad. It all began in Plato’s hometown of Athens, when Kalenteridis was able to pursue his political passion at Emerson College, launching his now successful nonprofit NGO foundation, “Delta – Political Revolution.”