Jane Brown, a longtime clinical instructor in Communication Sciences and Disorders and admissions administrator for the College died Saturday, August 28, following a battle with ovarian cancer.
Maureen Hurley, the College’s director of student transitions and family programs, spoke to the Boston Globe about special programs for sophomores this academic year, as last year was not typical due to the ongoing pandemic.
Still chasing their dreams in a COVID-19 ruled-world, Emerson School of Communication students scattered across the country this summer at remote and on-location internships. Here are just three of the dozens of stories that played out this year…
The Emerson community will gather Sunday, September 12, to remember Bob Colby, a beloved professor, a respected theatre maker, and a friend to many across the College.
Journalism associate professor Roger House wrote an op ed regarding New York City mayor hopeful Eric Adams and the implications that 4,000 new pushcart licenses may have on the city’s Black community and small businesses if he is elected this fall.
As we launch the academic year, we would like to share a few recent updates to the work of addressing equity at the College
Thank you to everyone for helping to make the Emerson community safer this semester.
One series, four casting directors, all Emersonians.
It’s been so incredible to see campus coming to life again.
We asked each of them four questions about their field, their classroom, and who they are when they aren’t teaching.