I have reviewed the final report and recommendations, and believe we have the knowledge and expertise to engage in continuous improvement of the College’s prevention and response processes and programs.
As we begin to forecast teaching and learning for the Fall Term, our current planning is that we will open the Fall Term with our One Emerson Flex Learning.
President Lee Pelton joined a round table conversation for NBC Boston’s “An Education in Equity” from classroom to career program, joined by fellow Bostonian leaders Linda Dorcena Forry, Danielson Tavares, and Michael Holley, hosted by alum Latoyia Edwards ’98.
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.
President Pelton spoke to Diverse: Issues in Higher Education about his departure from Emerson College this coming spring after 10 years of leading the College, as he will lead The Boston Foundation.
Today, as I watched with a heart made heavy by the astonishing events unfolding in the nation’s capital this afternoon, I was reminded of what Elijah Cummings, chair of the House Oversight Committee said at a Committee hearing, one year and one month ago.
President Pelton contributed to a Wall Street Journal article that describes the changes colleges and universities are making to their spring semester academic calendars as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage across the country.
Emersonians give me hope, and they always will.
On the Mary Christie Foundation’s Quadcast podcast, President Pelton discusses young adult mental health, racial injustice, COVID-19 effects, and what we can collectively learn from 2020.
A brief reminder about the Presidential Working Group Community Forum webinar tomorrow, December 4, from 12:30 – 1:30 pm.