President Lee Pelton and Mneesha Gellman, director of the Emerson Prison Initiative and associate professor of political science write an op-ed for the Globe, describing the need for more educational opportunities for incarcerated people post-pandemic.
“This is a very personal topic for me. This dissertation marks the end of a long chapter in a quest for answers to existential questions that forced themselves upon me in college.”
“I originally did not see myself applying for marketing positions, but it turned out to be an enormous learning experience for me as a creator.”
Adam Franklin-Lyons pondered what causes famines.
Marlboro Institute professor Tulasi Srinivas writes a piece for The Conversation about the origins of ice and how it developed popularity, as people around the world are ready to clink glasses and cheer to a better 2021.
We recently connected with Jimmy Hikmatullah ’20 to learn more about his experience as a data analysis consultant at All In Energy.
I’m excited to introduce the course offerings for Winter Term 2020-2021 (December 10-January 8). New this year, Emerson students will have access to a broad selection of two- or four-credit courses, all delivered online over the four-week period.
Winter Term Registration will begin on Monday, Oct 5th at 9:00 am ET for all students.
Associate Professor Jaime Tanner joined the Marlboro Institute for Liberal Arts and Interdisciplinary Studies this fall from Marlboro College, where she taught biology and environmental studies for 10 years.
For the fifth year in a row, Emerson is ranked among the top 10 in the U.S. News & World Report Regional North overall category, and made top 10 lists for Most Innovative Schools and Undergraduate Teaching among northern universities.