Stonie joined the Emerson faculty in 1957, while he was earning his MA in Sociology at Boston University, and retired in 2002.
They’ll make you laugh, cry, and everything in between.
The series, directed by Wanjiru, showcases green building projects, technologies, and architects, starting with a focus on Kenya and looking to expand to showcase green builds from all over Africa.
With the motto, “Culture builds,” the Mass Cultural Council aims to make cultural life and education more accessible across the commonwealth.
Students create connections to the Boston Globe, leading some alums to get hired by the news organization.
The productions are making their way to Boston (or personal devices) from China, Kenya, France, Zimbabwe, and across the United States, and reflect ArtsEmerson’s commitment to uplift marginalized voices
The narrative short is 18 minutes long, confronting themes of grief and recovery in new and thought-provoking ways.
Strauss cooked up her business while in the E3 program.
SOC students and faculty came together at the Ritz Carlton, to recognize 41 outstanding individuals who were nominated by the faculty for the annual School of Communication Awards.
As fate and COVID would have it, only a few of the early Speech@Emerson immersions would be in-person – until last month, when more than 200 students from four time zones gathered at the Westin.