As we shift our minds to the summer months, we pause for a moment to acknowledge all that has happened in the world and at Emerson this past year.
Since the March 3, 2021, Update on Community Equity Action Plan, additional steps have been taken in response to the #ESOCWeekOfAction Demands.
A newly established communications working group drawn from across the College will provide periodic and regular progress updates on our community equity plan.
On Friday, 29 January, more than 60 members of the Emerson community met to re-affirm the College’s commitment to creating a culture of equity and anti-racism at Emerson.
The SJM Symposium honors the work and spirit of Moses Shumow, MA ’01 a scholar, educator, and activist who worked at the intersection of media, narrative, and social justice.
This year, business leaders across industries shared what it means to emphasize integrity and empathy over conflict.
To the Asian American and Pacific Islander members of our community, we see you and commit ourselves to your support, protection, and aid.
Kaiga has pushed for the clean energy industry to be more inclusive.
Find out about the U.S. Department of Education’s 2020 Title IX Regulations and the implications for colleges and schools across the country at a Community Update and Q&A on Emerson’s New Power-Based Interpersonal Violence (PBIV) Policy Tuesday, September 8, 6:00 pm.
President Lee Pelton will chair a new initiative from Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to raise millions of dollars to address racial inequity in the city, the Boston Globe reports.