Two Emerson College students were recently selected to receive Fulbright Scholarships, becoming the ninth and tenth Emerson students chosen for the prestigious grants.
The Robbins Speech, Language and Hearing Center will be offering FREE hearing screenings to the Emerson College community on Monday, April 1, AND Monday, April 8, from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Appointments are scheduled every 15 minutes. If you … Continue Reading Get Your Hearing Tested for Free
Ivelisse Rodriguez, MFA ’99 Ivelisse Rodriguez is an alumna of the Master of Fine Arts program in Creative Writing. Earlier this month, she was announced as a finalist for the … Continue Reading Ivelisse Rodriguez, MFA ’99 Nominated for PEN/Faulkner Award
President Lee Pelton hosted a gender parity in higher education summit this week, gathering 40 leaders in the industry to discuss the results of the Eos Foundation’s recent study highlighting the gender gap in leadership at local colleges and universities.
This year, one student will be selected from each of the School of the Arts and the School of Communication, and recognized at their respective hooding ceremony on Saturday, May 11.
Men’s basketball coach Bill Curley had quite a year, as the team won its first New England Women’s and Men’s Athletic Conference basketball championship, and thus earning a spot in the Division 3 tournament, and the same month, his jersey was retired at his alma mater, Boston College.
Sara Morgan is a “Double Lion” alumna of Emerson College, having received undergrad and graduate degrees. Currently, Morgan is a global brand manager, and she provided what are some best practices when working with clients outside of the United States:
Seven Emerson Los Angeles students participated in The Instant Film Festival, an event created by the Motion Picture Television Fund (MPTF), a nonprofit organization that aids people through the financial uncertainties of life in the entertainment industry.
Tamia Rashima Jordan, Emerson’s Director of Intercultural Student Affairs, spoke before the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women’s 63rd session on Monday.
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