By James Macak Jessica Hill Cabrera-Contaoi, MFA ’20 found out she won one of the Final Draft Big Break TV writing competitions about a month ago, but Final Draft officials … Continue Reading MFA Student Scores Win in National TV/Film Writing Competition
Throughout the fall semester, first-year graduate students in Strategic Marketing Communication (SMC) explored the field’s core components and wide range of career possibilities. During one evening class, those possibilities came to life with a visit from eight alumni who sat in the same seats not long ago—and are now thriving professionals.
Kimberly Lin, a second-year CSD grad student from Long Island, New York, earned a selective spot in the American Speech–Language–Hearing Association (ASHA) Minority Student Leadership Program. ASHA is the country’s certifying organization for speech-language pathologists and audiologists.
Board of Trustees member Raj Sharma, MA ’83, the Managing Director of Wealth Management for Merrill Lynch in Boston, participated in a financial roundtable hosted by Forbes and Shook Research last month, in which they discuss market trends and outlooks.
Georden West, MFA ’18, has won a Student Academy Award in the Alternative/Experimental category for their short film, Patron Saint.
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.
We all had classes that changed the way we thought, changed how we viewed life, or changed what profession we wanted to work in.
Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black gave students in Emerson’s low-residency MFA in Writing for Film and Television pointers on how he puts a script together, what producers and directors are looking for, and his theory of film as a “culture bomb” this week
Emerson College graduate student Ciera Burch, MFA ’20 made a New Year’s resolution in 2019 that she would submit more of her writing.
Patron Saint, a short film by media artist Georden West, MFA ’18, was named a 2019 Student Academy Awards finalist in the Alternative/Experimental category.