I: An Intimate Reflection, is on view at the Media Art Gallery through Sunday, December 12.
If you have not done so already, please do not forget to pick up your rapid COVID-19 test today or tomorrow.
At Emerson, our current one-week COVID positivity rate within the community remains very low, 0.24%, as of today.
Earlier this year, we signaled an intention and expectation for forthcoming salary increases, and we are now pleased to present the details of our salary plan.
Professor Jerald Walker’s How to Make a Slave and Other Essays won for Nonfiction and Asako Serizawa, MFA ’01 was selected for Fiction Honors.
For five days, starting Monday, November 15, Emerson is launching the Shine On campaign to benefit current students as they and their families adjust to the “new normal” that is our world today.
We are requiring that every student complete a COVID-19 rapid test within 48-hours of their return to campus.
Long story, just watch the clip.
Euripides’ Iphigenia in Aulis, the basis for Wayne Shorter’s and esperanza spalding’s new opera, is brimming with questions that reverberate in our contemporary world.
The Communication Studies Department explored the challenges and heartbreak of dementia with its annual Southwick Recital, held both virtually and in-person at the Semel Theater on Friday, November 5.