Peers and mentees live in the Little Building so they can easily reach each other as the latter adjusts to their first year.
This new fund will supplement the Student Assistance Fund, which was established in 2017 to support all students who may be struggling with the incidental costs of being a student.
Students who studied remotely are happy to be back with friends, taking classes in-person, and participating in extracurriculars.
NAFSA: Association of International Educators’ magazine recently published a piece “The Power of Partnership,” featuring the partnership between Emerson and the Blanquerna School of Communication and International Relations at Ramon Llull University in Barcelona.
Dr. Anthony Pinder, Vice Provost for Internationalization & Equity, contributed to a recent article debating the question of whether Critical Race Theory should be part of the K-12 curriculum in the United States.
Director of International Student Affairs Andrea Popa, in addition to two international students from China, contributed to an article regarding proposed visa restrictions that would change a student’s ability to study in the U.S. from the current “duration of status” to a fixed time.