As a world, a nation, and a College community, we have navigated a very challenging and, for many families and individuals, a devastating year filled with personal loss
Emerging from the crisis caused by the pandemic, the Emerson community enters this new fiscal year with deep gratitude for the collective efforts made to ensure our institution maintained its academic excellence
I am writing to share with you an update on the Social Justice Center (SJC) in advance of Sylvia Spears’ departure to College Unbound in Rhode Island.
We have determined, based on information and guidance from our local health experts and city and state government officials, that widespread COVID-19 vaccination is the best way to protect the health and safety of the Emerson community.
I am inspired by the possibilities of what the Emerson community can achieve together, if we—as Dr. Spears calls upon us to do—reflect, learn, and take action to liberate ourselves from the pernicious practices and beliefs that oppress Black and Brown people.
President Lee Pelton joined 10 other college presidents in a May 24 Zoom panel to talk about the most pressing issues facing higher ed today.
We are pleased to announce that Dr. William (Bill) Gilligan, Professor Emeritus, has agreed to return to Emerson as Interim President of Emerson College, effective June 1
Trustee and filmmaker Kevin Bright ’76 directed a video tribute to President Pelton and his time at the helm.
Members of the Class of 2021 acknowledged the struggles of the past year, honored their perseverance, and most of all, celebrated each other.
President Pelton was once again included in Boston Magazine’s annual ranking of top influential Bostonians, ranking #11 on the list that includes movers and shakers across all industry sectors.