Emerson College will test its Emergency Notification System, Emerson Alert, for the Boston and LA campuses on Friday, February 1, at 12:00 pm ET and 9:00 am PT.
Emerson’s Mark Leccese is the first journalism professor to be appointed to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court Judiciary-Media Committee, which has been tasked since 1995 with improving the relationship and understanding between the judicial branch and the media.
Pooja Kohli ’02, managing partner and producer of Golden Karavan, an LA-based studio and production company, is an executive producer of Delhi Crime, which was picked up by Netflix this … Continue Reading Deadline Reports Pooja Kohli’s “Delhi Crime” Lands with Netflix
In December, Publishers Weekly spoke to John Rodzvilla, Graduate Program Director, MA in Publishing and Writing to get his perspective on what makes Emerson’s program unique. Rodzvilla noted its focus … Continue Reading John Rodzvilla on Publishing & Writing MFA to Publishers Weekly
Ten students in Emerson College’s MFA film program flew to Park City, Utah, on Thursday for an opportunity to connect with industry professionals at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, an annual gathering of “storytellers and audiences seeking new voices”.
President Pelton will be holding open office hours for students on Thursday, January 31, from 3:30-5:00 p.m., at the President’s Office located on the 14th floor of the Ansin Building.
The Office of Graduate Studies has sent out Canvas course invitations to graduate students who are expected to submit their master’s thesis or master’s project in the Spring 2019 semester.
This semester, Maya Gacina ’21 became the new editor-in-chief of the Berkeley Beacon. Emerson Today’s David Ertischek ’01 talked with Gacina about her goals for the Beacon, her career, and what she’s reading.
Associate Professor, author, and Beatles expert Tim Riley provides commentary to the Los Angeles Review of Books using Simon Reynolds’ Retromania: Pop Culture’s Addiction to Its Own Past to contemplate … Continue Reading Riley on Beatles Nostalgia Today to Los Angeles Review of Books
The College is able to offer the Emerson Enhancement Fund (EEF) each semester to help support extracurricular experiences for students. Both graduate and undergraduate students with identified financial need can apply for awards of $250–$4,000 each to enrich their collegiate experience through extracurricular programming.