It’s not just anywhere that two undergraduates can produce a star-studded event like the first annual Future of Creative Industries Conference, but Kristen Cawog ’21 and Valeria Ocando ’22 made it happen at Emerson.
Emerson interns (#emterns) work for amazing organizations and do fascinating things. One in a series of conversations with #emterns, republished from Careerbuzz.
On Tuesday, March 15, Emerson’s Business of Creative Enterprises program will host a first-of-its-kind, open-to-everyone conference on “The Future of the Creative Industry.”
Emerson has expanded its global reach with the launch of a new Global BA in the Business of Creative Enterprises program, based near Sydney, Australia.
Since hosting high school radio shows, Katleen Francois ’13 knew she wanted to become a media mogul. Having recently launched her own business, she returned this year to Emerson College and the Launch Bootcamp to hone her entrepreneurial chops.
Starting this fall, students across multiple majors, studying different disciplines, will revitalize The Independent.
Emerson’s Office of Research and Creative Scholarship (ORCS) has gathered together examples of faculty research, writing, artistic work, classroom projects, and media engagements around the impact of the coronavirus, police brutality, and social change. The work originates from nearly every department and institute on campus, and has continued through the summer.
Julia Perry ‘20 and her Business of Creative Enterprises (BCE) cohort made Emerson College history this spring when they became the first-ever graduating class in its BCE undergrad program. Beyond the College, the small cohort of 30-plus students left a lasting impression with real-world clients after they provided six local partners with applicable creative business services.
Joe Paladino cherishes the time he had with his baseball teammates.
Julia Perry experienced Kasteel Well, the E3 program, and did a winter session in Australia during her time at Emerson.