The Teach-In, now in its sixth year, encourages Emerson community members to explore what actions they can take to help dismantle racism and promote social justice on campus and beyond.
E3 students work within teams the first semester to build their own startup business.
The Dean’s Fellowship Program was created to help support the personal and professional development of undergraduate students working toward a more equitable and just Emerson.
The Asem sisters’ Kyan Foundation aims to make schools into a hub of well-being.
Students have opportunities to study abroad all around the world.
Dramatic thriller Sheepskin was co-written and co-directed by Lillian Kollross ’23 and Ben Kim ’22
Xu’s Small & Mighty is one of 18 new shows in multiple genres being filmed across the region to attract new viewers in the huge and growing market. Emerson Today asked him about his series, his influences, and what Emerson means to him.
Students will work with community organizations throughout the school year, intersession, and outside the normal academic calendar.
The renewable grant includes free training in a treatment approach called “SPEAK OUT,” and therapy supplies.
“It’s not sci-fi. It’s literally science,” Reiken said.