Today, as I watched with a heart made heavy by the astonishing events unfolding in the nation’s capital this afternoon, I was reminded of what Elijah Cummings, chair of the House Oversight Committee said at a Committee hearing, one year and one month ago.
These senior administrators account for a combined seventy-seven years of service to Emerson College.
Over the past five months, Emerson staff, faculty, students, and leaders have been working around the clock, seven days a week, to prepare for the safe reopening of our Boston campus. I write today to share the details of that preparation with you.
Joshua joined the board in 2013 and has recently served as a member of the Executive Committee.
I am writing to follow up on the recent announcement of our One Emerson Flex Learning framework as well as address concerns from the Faculty Forum and preview anticipated financial impacts of COVID-19 on the College.
The Fall term plan is informed by safeguarding the health and wellbeing of our entire community as the chief and principal priority.
Today, I write to you as a Black man and as President of Emerson College. There is no other way to write to you, given recent events. I didn’t sleep … Continue Reading Message from President Pelton: America Is on Fire
I am writing to update you on the progress of the COVID-19 Response and Recovery Leadership Team’s work and planning for the Fall 2020 term.
The College is saddened to learn that Lt. Dan Morse of the Emerson College Police Department (ECPD) died on Saturday, May 16, due to cancer.
I am writing to update you on the membership and next steps for Emerson’s Response and Recovery Leadership Working Groups.