Dear Students and Faculty, I am writing to urge you to nominate faculty for our three teaching awards that celebrate dedication, creativity, innovation, and inclusive excellence in the classroom. Please click … Continue Reading Call for Teaching Award Nominations
Dear Emerson community, On Tuesday, February 5, there will be a parade in Boston for Super Bowl champions, the New England Patriots. The parade/rolling rally of about 25 Duck Boats … Continue Reading Super Bowl Parade and the Emerson Campus
Writing, Literature and Publishing Professor Emerita Charlotte Lindgren got a hug last night from one of her former students: Emmy Award-winning actor and children’s book author Henry Winkler ’67.
This Sunday evening, the New England Patriots will challenge the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta! Whether you tune in to cheer for a team, watch the commercials, or see the halftime show, we encourage you to be thoughtful about your activities and actions both during and after the game.
Visual and Media Arts Professor Kathryn Ramey’s current production, El Signo Vacio (The Empty Sign), a cinematic ethnography interrogating the U.S. occupation of Puerto Rico, was one of just 50 projects selected out of roughly 5,000 for funding and professional support through a Creative Capital grant.
I am writing to inform you of important details related to our search for a Vice President for Administration and Finance.
While Bostonians retreated indoors from the cold during the College’s winter break, some Emersonians were enjoying the summertime Down Under, learning public relations with a global perspective during the inaugural session of the Sydney, Australia Global Pathway.
For me, King’s work is relevant today not because of his poetic calls for us to be better human beings, but because of his deep and searing analysis of what prevents us from being better human beings and a better nation.
During the Fall 2018 semester, the Social Justice Center received 18 reports of bias-related incidents. The vast majority of reports occurred in Emerson classrooms and involved bias based on gender identity and expression, and ethnicity and culture.
Many of you are aware of the U.S. Department of Education’s proposed changes to Title IX regulations. These regulations, if implemented as currently proposed, would likely reduce reporting of incidents, increase exposure to trauma for people reporting, create an imbalance of support based on access to resources, and significantly alter Emerson’s handling of reports of power-based interpersonal violence.