As part of the Jed Campus Initiative and Foundation (JED), a multi-year program designed to support and enhance the emotional health and well-being of our students, Emerson College, in collaboration with the Rite Aid Foundation, has received and installed a Medical Disposal Drop Box.
Dean Jan Roberts-Breslin recently traveled to the University of Botswana to help two Emerson College alums.
Tucked away on Beacon Hill, 69 Brimmer Street is an unassuming building that served as the center of several vital programs at Emerson College.
Emerson Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Weiko Lin released his first book, Crazy Screenwriting Secrets: How to Capture a Global Audience on July 1 on Amazon and wherever books are sold.
Associate Professor of Screenwriting Weiko Lin wrote an article for The Conversation, a non-profit website dedicated to sharing content from academic experts, about diversity and inclusivity in Hollywood, citing the success of films showing greater representation of cultures overlooked in the past.
Alumna Jill Gearin is making history as the play-by-play announcer for an Arizona Diamondbacks minor league baseball team.
Gregory D’Angelo has accepted the position of Director of Special Projects in the Office of the President.
When learning about George Watsky’s eclectic career, it makes perfect sense that he created his own major while at Emerson.
The Hollywood Reporter’s (THR) new initiative, The Young Executives Fellowship, is turning to Emerson College to help guide and mold an inclusive pipeline for future leaders in the entertainment industry by creating opportunities for underserved students.
Students interested in international and domestic politics will soon be able to earn a Global Bachelor of Arts in International and Political Communication, through a program taught at both Emerson College and Franklin University in Lugano, Switzerland, that advances Emerson’s commitment to creating a borderless campus.