Emerson’s 37th Annual EVVY Awards, the largest student-run multi-camera awards show in the country, was nominated for a 39th Annual College Television Award by the Television Academy Foundation.
Week of Welcome (W.O.W.) is a lineup of events to welcome all students back to campus. Events start Monday, January 14, and run through Sunday, January 20. You can find … Continue Reading Put a Little W.O.W. in Your First Week Back
Welcome back! Are you ready for the start of spring semester 2019? We have missed you and are certainly ready to have you back on campus. To kick the semester … Continue Reading Welcome Back, Students!
In the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Emerson School of Communication is bringing together a panel of Boston community leaders to discuss the topic of race and the criminal justice system during the School’s annual MLK Celebration and Diversity Forum.
Hello and Happy New Year! I am writing as a reminder that we are starting the new year with a change to the Academic Calendar and the final week of … Continue Reading Changes to the Final Week of Classes
Writing, Literature and Publishing Associate Professor Benoit Denizet-Lewis, a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, wrote a tribute to former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Dwight Clark for … Continue Reading Denizet-Lewis Remembrance of 49er Dwight Clark in NYT Magazine
Dear Colleagues, A resource available primarily for term faculty that you may want to consider for fall 2019 is a Presidential Leave. A special leave allows a faculty member to accept an exigent and extraordinary … Continue Reading Applications for Fall 2019 Presidential Leave Available
It is with great sadness that I write to let you know that Lucas Flint, ’20 from Braintree, MA, died yesterday, surrounded by his loving family. Lucas was fatally hit by an automobile as he was walking to his home in Braintree, MA.
Presidential Fund for Curricular Innovation: Internationalization and Inclusion — Now Accepting Applications
Dear Faculty: Emerson College is now applications for the 2019 Presidential Fund for Curricular Innovation (PFCI) Internationalization and Inclusion Studio. The Studio will support projects devoted to internationalization of the curriculum, … Continue Reading Presidential Fund for Curricular Innovation: Internationalization and Inclusion — Now Accepting Applications
Writing, Literature and Publishing MFA student Porsha Olayiwola has been named Boston’s next Poet Laureate, WBUR is reporting.