This week, Emerson College participates in International Education Week, a worldwide initiative marked by several events celebrating our diverse communities and global approach to the pursuit of knowledge and creativity.
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.
We recently connected with Jimmy Hikmatullah ’20 to learn more about his experience as a data analysis consultant at All In Energy.
Emerson students and faculty are a driving force behind Team Harmony, a global movement to eradicate hate.
For our third spotlight in the series, meet Ye Huang, MA ’20, an alumna of the Strategic Communications for Marketing program. Learn about Ye’s experience as an intern at FocusKPI in Boston.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has published a new proposed regulation, 85 FR 60526, Friday, September 25, 2020, that would eliminate “duration of status” (“D/S”) admission to the U.S. for F students and their dependents, and establish fixed periods of admission to the U.S.
Instead of gathering Emersonians and mediamakers from around the world in Austria this year, the Salzburg Academy on Media & Global Change will host a series of free and public virtual workshops this fall, beginning with Protest, Pandemic & Power: Media Literacies, Storytelling and Global Futures on Sept. 24.
Meet Isabela Gonzalez Contreras ‘22, a Marketing Communications major and an intern at Spotify in New York.
On July 24, the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) issued their long-awaited guidance for Fall 2020 study for international students in F-1 status.
Visual and Media Arts alumna Afsara Alvee ’19 recently co-founded a nonprofit organization called Kandari that helps to provide food to low-income families affected by COVID-19 in her home country of Bangladesh.