Meet Alison Qu, Class of 2020! Alison majored in Performing Arts and is co-founder of CHUANG Stage, the first Mandarin Chinese theater community of Emerson College.
The award recognizes overall excellence in internationalization efforts as evidenced in mission, strategies, programs, and results.
We are sharing the following information to help educate the Emerson campus community about an emerging global health concern: the 2019-novel coronavirus, (2019-nCOv), which first emerged in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China, earlier this month.
Japan’s largest media conglomerate, Yomiuri Shimbun — which has the largest newspaper circulation in the world — recently partnered with Emerson College to train some of its most promising rising journalists in data journalism and digital techniques.
Emerson College’s Global Pathways programs are more than just study abroad programs. Case in point – Emerson’s annual Salzburg: Global Media Academy, a three-week program in the summer where students focus on media literacy, and global networks for innovation and engagement in digital culture.
Students can learn about Spanish art and culture, get dance lessons from Bollywood performers, and more, through Global Pathways programs.
Seasoned journalist and lifelong crusader for diversity and equality Cheryl Jackson, an Emerson Journalism Department faculty member, worked to empower an international group of future female leaders during the Women2Women (W2W) International Leadership Conference in Boston earlier this month, where she led a workshop on Digital Storytelling.
The U.S. Department of State continues to enlist the expertise of veteran journalist and Emerson Dean of the School of Communication, Raul Reis, to deliver journalism training around the world to reporters in need of media literacy – most recently in the Southern African nation of Angola.
Finding Khaya, filmed in Cape Town over six weeks earlier this summer, was a collaboration between Emerson and AFDA students, led by Senior Distinguished Director-in-Residence Regge Life and Associate Professor Harlan Bosmajian, a cinematographer, who co-teach a similar class at Emerson.
President Lee Pelton submitted the following letter to the editor of The Chronicle of Higher Education affirming the need for global perspectives.