Heading to Kasteel Well in Spring 2019?
Celebrating the Life of Joseph D. Ketner II October 30, 1955 – September 14, 2018 Memorial Service Celebration Sunday, September 30, 2018 2:00pm – 4:00pm Emerson Urban Arts Media Art … Continue Reading Memorial Service Celebration for Joseph D. Ketner II, Sunday 9/30
We’ve got 11 productions from around the globe running in both the Paramount Center and the Cutler Majestic through May 2019, and we want to make sure you get your tickets!
The College is able to offer grant award opportunities through the Emerson Enhancement Fund (EEF) each semester to help support extracurricular experiences for students.
Updated: 3/16/20: Some of the information in this announcement may have changed. For the most up-to-date information about Emerson’s Shared Sick Bank Program, visit the HR webpage. … … … … Continue Reading Information on the Shared Sick Bank Program for Staff
It is with great sadness that I write to tell you that Joseph D. Ketner II, an extraordinary art historian and curator and a valued member of our faculty, has died after a … Continue Reading Sad news regarding Joseph D. Ketner II
The beginning of a new academic year is an exciting time. You will be exposed to endless opportunities both inside and outside of the classroom and may also face situations … Continue Reading Alcohol and Other Drug Information from Jim Hoppe
Dear Emerson Community, It is with mixed feelings that we need to inform you that Director of Religious and Spiritual Life & Campus Chaplain, Harrison Blum, has submitted his resignation … Continue Reading News Regarding Harrison Blum, Director of Religious and Spiritual Life
Over the past several months we have been questioning what it means to truly engage in social justice work. What is it that we are striving for? What is our … Continue Reading Social Justice Center Community Updates from Sylvia Spears
Professional Studies has officially moved into the 13th floor of the Ansin Building. For many years, Professional Studies — home of Emerson’s PreCollege Program, certificate programs, and summer courses — called 148 Boylston Street home. While … Continue Reading Professional Studies Moves to Ansin Building