Ninety-eight seniors and juniors were inducted into Emerson’s Gold Key Honor Society on April 5, in a ceremony in the Semel Theater that also honored three faculty members who were presented with awards for excellence in teaching.
Marlboro Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies Associate Professor Amer Latif was presented the Helaine and Stanley Miller Award for Outstanding Teaching; Writing, Literature and Publishing and Comedic Arts senior affiliated faculty member Michael Bent ’85 was given the Alan L. Stanzler Award for Excellence in Teaching; and Business of Creative Enterprises Director, Marketing Communication Graduate Program Director and Senior Executive-in-Residence Brenna McCormick, MA ‘06 was given the Emerson Alumni Award for Teaching Innovation.
The Gold Key Honor Society was founded to recognize and encourage outstanding academic achievement at Emerson. Juniors in the top 5 percent of their class, and seniors in the top 10 percent with at least 48 earned credit hours are eligible for membership.
Yoon Hyung Kim
Micaela Simon Zaidan
Hei Yuen Chan
Ella Jo Disbennett