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.
Porsha Olayiwola is a first-year MFA in Creative Writing student studying poetry. Her project, entitled, Black & Ugly As Ever, is a choreopoem that explores “what it means to truly make space for oneself.”
Dear Graduate Students and Faculty Members: After receiving extensive feedback from graduate students, faculty, and the academic cabinet, we are pleased to announce that for the 2019 Commencement, the College … Continue Reading New Graduate Student Hooding Ceremonies Planned
Last month, Reuther visited Emerson Professor Thomas Vogel’s marketing and communication graduate class, to speak to the creative power of LEGO Serious Play. The workshop focused on the book, Beyond Advertising: Creating Value Through All Touchpoints, and the LEGO Serious Play methodology to help students elicit core insights.
Dr.Charles Steinberg, a longtime Boston Red Sox executive, surprised his CC 630 – Sports Communication class with tickets to Game 2 of the World Series on Wednesday, October 24.
What became clear to me early on in my Emerson career were two things. The first, was that though there were some resources for diversity inclusion on campus, there was no established place for graduate students of color in the WLP program to process their experiences. And the second, was that a majority of the faculty and staff at Emerson College were more than willing to support this initiative.
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.