Senior writer-in-residence Jon Papernick is a finalist in Massmouth’s 10th Anniversary Big Mouth Off.
Assistant Professor Kaysha Corinealdi of the Institute for Liberal Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies has been awarded a Career Enhancement Fellowship from the Woodrow Wilson National Foundation.
One year ago, I put down my deposit to attend Emerson College’s MS in Communication Disorders program. Little did I know the amazing year I had in store. Here are some highlights:
Five Design/Technology students won the 2019 ASTC-USITT Renovation Challenge for their conceptual redesign of the Union Bank Building, with the help of faculty advisors Keith Cornelius, scene shop/technical supervisor, and Professor Scott Pinkney.
Cheryl McGrath, Director of MacPhaidin Library and the Collaboratory for Innovative Design at Stonehill College, has accepted the position of Executive Director, Library and Learning at Emerson College.
This fall, Dr. Brent Smith will take the helm as chair of Emerson’s Department of Marketing Communication.
This spring, Emerson Journalism students in Assistant Professor Aaron Goodman’s Humanizing Multimedia Stories class are helping to change the narrative around America’s deadliest drug crisis, the opioid epidemic, through an innovative multimedia exhibition, RECOVERING, which can be explored online.
On Tuesday, President Pelton and Mayor Martin J. Walsh testified at the Massachusetts State House in support of H.1660, an Act Promoting Pay Transparency and Pipeline Advancement, which if passed, aims to foster gender and racial workplace equity.
President Lee Pelton was at the Massachusetts State House Tuesday, April 30, to testify in support of a bill that would require all companies with more than 100 employees to report the gender and racial identities of employees in management positions.
Last Friday, April 26, EAGLE and Father London Mulan hosted Emerson’s first-ever Vogue Kiki Ball, a celebration of culture and a fundraiser for Emerson’s Student Assistance Fund and Boston GLASS, a nonprofit serving young LGBTQ+ people of color.