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.
Communication Sciences & Disorders (CSD) graduate student, Lauren Rosano will explore a career as a faculty researcher with national support from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Shaka Dendy is collecting old basketballs that will be combined with milk crates to form his large-scale public sculpture to be displayed in Boston.
Dean Jan Roberts-Breslin recently traveled to the University of Botswana to help two Emerson College alums.
Academy Award-winning screenwriter and social activist Dustin Lance Black will be the 2019 Semel Chair in Screenwriting this summer on Emerson’s Boston campus.
Emerson’s Engagement Lab has launched two initiatives designed by and for formerly incarcerated citizens to help them successfully return to their communities.
The Boston Globe attended Emerson’s 139th Commencement ceremony on Sunday, May 12, highlighting the commencement address of honorary degree recipient and award-winning journalist Soledad O’Brien and student speaker Nupur Amin.