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Please take a few minutes to nominate faculty for our three teaching awards that celebrate dedication, creativity, innovation, and inclusion in the classroom.
Ten students in Emerson College’s MFA film program flew to Park City, Utah, on Thursday for an opportunity to connect with industry professionals at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival, an annual gathering of “storytellers and audiences seeking new voices”.
The Office of Graduate Studies has sent out Canvas course invitations to graduate students who are expected to submit their master’s thesis or master’s project in the Spring 2019 semester.
We’re excited to announce that this year’s NEGMS will take place on March 15-16 at Emerson College. In the past years, we’ve had an active number of application and attendance from New England graduate institutions, and we’re hoping to invite more graduate students to be a part of this amazing event!
Rem Myers, a first-year Theatre Education graduate student, traveled to Poland in December as the representative of TheTheaterTimes.com to review the Boska Komedia Festival.
Writing, Literature and Publishing MFA student Porsha Olayiwola has been named Boston’s next Poet Laureate, WBUR is reporting.
Dear Graduate Students, The 2019 New England Graduate Media Symposium (NEGMS) is open for submissions. This year’s theme is Defining Journeys. Adventure. Pilgrimage. Expedition. Migration. An exploration of the journeys … Continue Reading Call for Submissions: New England Graduate Media Symposium
Golden Globe winner Krista Vernoff, writer/executive producer for hit shows such as ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy and Showtime’s Shameless, will be the Spring 2019 Semel Chair in Screenwriting.
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.