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.
I’m sure you may have seen the good news yesterday afternoon that the proposed ICE/SEVP rule has been rescinded. The rule would have severely limited the ability of international students to study online from within the U.S.
We have heard from many of you wanting additional clarification about the recent ICE/SEVP COVID-19 Rule limiting online-only study in the U.S. Here’s what we know at this point:
Emerson College has filed an amicus brief in support of a lawsuit filed July 8 by Harvard University and MIT to block Trump administration rules that would bar international students from studying in the United States if their college courses are conducted entirely online.
Message to Emerson International Student Community regarding ICE Restriction to Online-Only Study in U.S.
Dear International Student Community, As we work toward launching One Emerson Flex Learning this fall, we have continued to keep our international students at the forefront of our thinking and … Continue Reading Message to Emerson International Student Community regarding ICE Restriction to Online-Only Study in U.S.
We were deeply disturbed and angered by the recent guidance from US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, which places unfair and xenophobic restrictions on international students who study at US colleges and universities. Rest assured that we will work with academic coalitions vigorously to oppose these actions.
On behalf of Emerson College and the Office of Internationalization & Global Engagement (IGE), I hope this message finds you safe and doing well amid the dynamic changes taking place in our world.