After graduating with degrees in Journalism and Global & Postcolonial Studies, Margaux Maxwell ’18 took her passion for international human rights to Bogota, Colombia, where she is working as a freelance journalist.
While Bostonians retreated indoors from the cold during the College’s winter break, some Emersonians were enjoying the summertime Down Under, learning public relations with a global perspective during the inaugural session of the Sydney, Australia Global Pathway.
Presidential Fund for Curricular Innovation: Internationalization and Inclusion — Now Accepting Applications
Dear Faculty: Emerson College is now applications for the 2019 Presidential Fund for Curricular Innovation (PFCI) Internationalization and Inclusion Studio. The Studio will support projects devoted to internationalization of the curriculum, … Continue Reading Presidential Fund for Curricular Innovation: Internationalization and Inclusion — Now Accepting Applications
Greetings Emerson College community, After a successful national search, the Office of Internationalization & Global Engagement (IGE) is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrea Popa as the next Director of the … Continue Reading Director of Office of International Student Affairs (OISA)
November 27 is #GivingTuesday. This animated video, created by alumna Laura Porat ’16, helps illustrate the ways your dollars can help Emersonians be a creative force.
It has been an incredibly successful year. And yet, we cannot afford to rest on our successes. Excellence, after all, is an ongoing process. It is not about being. Rather, it is aspirational—it is about becoming.
The 4th Annual Emerson-Blanquerna Global Summit will explore topics in Politics, Propaganda and Strategic Diplomacy with governmental, industry, and foundation leaders, academics, and students from six continents in the nation’s capital Friday, October 5.
Heading to Kasteel Well in Spring 2019?
We’ve got 11 productions from around the globe running in both the Paramount Center and the Cutler Majestic through May 2019, and we want to make sure you get your tickets!
Students soon will be able to earn both a bachelor’s and master’s degree in four years at Franklin University Switzerland and Emerson College.