Adam Ginivisian ’07 went from the mailroom to partner in just 10 years at the talent agency ICM Partners, making him the company’s youngest partner. Although this feat sounds daunting, it’s not that hard to comprehend after finding out a little bit more about him
Associate Professor Weiko Lin of the VMA Department is featured in Variety’s list of Best Films Schools for 2019, which includes national and international schools leading the way in innovation and education.
Students in Roger House’s History of the Alternative Press class undertook a project to aide those with newly restored voting eligibility. In groups, students worked with the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Florida (LWVFL) to help locate and educate people about their new voting prospects.
The Human Resources Department is excited to announce our new web presence at hr.emerson.edu powered by our ticketing system Zendesk.
We are 50 days away from our Workday go-live date of July 1. As we draw closer to that date, we want to provide you with some updates on how we will support a successful Go-Live!
The Boston Globe attended Emerson’s 139th Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 12, highlighting the commencement address of honorary degree recipient and award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien and student speaker Nupur Amin.
Learning to love means you must learn to embrace. Embracing is a two-step method. First, you must acknowledge the circumstances and differences that shape who we are, and then you must be able to reach beyond those differences to find common ground.
Speakers at Emerson’s 139th Commencement Ceremony asked students to listen to others, speak their own truths, and live life with hope and compassion. Here are some excerpts:
As Democratic presidential candidates are talking more about reparations for slavery and segregation, associate professor of American Studies Dr. Roger House looks at the timely topic in an opinion piece for The Hill.
Award-winning TV journalist Soledad O’Brien is not one to give advice.