Students at MCI-Concord will now have the opportunity to put those courses toward a bachelor of arts degree in Media, Literature and Culture, through Emerson College, which has become one of only a very few institutions in the state to award degrees to students in prison.
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President Lee Pelton hosted a gender parity in higher education summit this week, gathering 40 leaders in the industry to discuss the results of the Eos Foundation’s recent study highlighting the gender gap in leadership at local colleges and universities.
Tamia Rashima Jordan, Emerson’s Director of Intercultural Student Affairs, spoke before the United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women’s 63rd session on Monday.
Marketing Communication alumnus Juma Inniss ’13 brought his latest project, BostonRISE, to Emerson’s CenterStage last week, as part of the School of Communication’s Diverse Voices in Communication initiative.
President Lee Pelton’s Op Ed on prison reform, education, and the Emerson College Prison Initiative published in the Boston Globe on Monday, detailing Emerson’s civic engagement work to create opportunities … Continue Reading President Pelton on Emerson College Prison Initiative in Globe
Dr. Tamera Marko Named Executive Director of the Elma Lewis Center for Civic Engagement and Jabari Asim Named Elma Lewis Distinguished Fellow in the Social Justice Center.
For me, King’s work is relevant today not because of his poetic calls for us to be better human beings, but because of his deep and searing analysis of what prevents us from being better human beings and a better nation.
Madison Shaw’s relentless efforts over the last several years, raising money and awareness for the national patient organization Immune Deficiency Foundation (IDF), earned the political communication major international recognition for her work.
Writing, Literature and Publishing MFA student Porsha Olayiwola has been named Boston’s next Poet Laureate, WBUR is reporting.