President Pelton shared his perspective on the issue of gender parity in a Chronicle of Higher Education article regarding Francis S. Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, who recently stated that he will no longer participate in all-male panels at conferences.
Visiting Murrow Program Journalists Discuss ‘Age of Disinformation, State of Journalism in Africa, and More
Emerson College recently welcomed a group of 22 international journalists as part of a program sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s International Visitor Leadership Program and the WorldBoston organization.
Suffolk Construction will be removing the Tower Crane at 80 Boylston Street (Little Building) this weekend that will require the closure of Boylston Street from South Charles Street to Tremont Street on Saturday June 15th at 1:00 a.m. until Sunday June 16th at 4:00 p.m.
We are pleased to announce that a beta version of the College’s new website is now available to preview at http://beta.emerson.edu. Thanks to the creative vision and strategic engineering of Mike Sarra, former Associate Vice President of Marketing, Jason Beals, Director of Web Services, and their colleagues in the College’s Office of Marketing, the new website has been designed to better reflect Emerson’s inspiring community and leadership in the arts, communication, and the liberal arts.
Alum Eric Cornell ’05 won his first Tony Award Sunday evening for his role as co-producer of the Broadway revival of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!” for Best Revival of a Musical, highlighted by The Boston Globe.
he search committee has made considerable progress in the search for a new Vice President of Institutional Advancement. The committee members met last week and identified an initial pool of promising and highly qualified candidates. Interviews are scheduled to take place in July, and the committee is optimistic that the new Vice President may be identified before the start of the new academic year.
It was only last year that Emerson College alum Eric Cornell ’05 founded Cornice Productions with his business partner Jack Sennott, and they’ve already got a Tony Award.
What will the future of Boston be like? Will there be flying cars? Will services, like education and street maintenance, be equitable? Beta Blocks is a participatory imagination project about future Boston that supports local communities to question and explore the role of new technologies in the places they live.
I am writing to inform you that Mike Sarra, Associate Vice President of Marketing, will be leaving Emerson College on June 11, 2019 to become the Vice President for Communications … Continue Reading Announcement regarding Mike Sarra, Associate Vice President of Marketing
Why is Emerson College’s motto Expression Necessary to Evolution?