As our nation wraps up another celebration of its independence, I want to take a moment to reflect on and reaffirm Emerson’s values, as they relate to freedom, equality, and equity.
While Juneteenth celebrates the emancipation from slavery, it also reminds us that words alone – or the naming of a holiday – will not bring about equal justice in our country.
This change to organizational structure will enable the College to better center our priorities, our processes, and support of our community.
Meredith Ainbinder, Vice President and General Counsel, will be leaving Emerson later this month to transition to the Chief of Staff role at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts
As our community celebrates Pride Month in June, I wanted to send a message of support and inclusiveness, particularly as we prepare to welcome a new class of Emersonians later this summer.
Our community grieves for the families of the 10 innocent victims who died this weekend in Buffalo, and for those of the dead and wounded in Laguna Woods.
Shaya joins Emerson at a unique moment to help align the Institution’s leadership and vision with the College’s equity and social justice initiatives.
Just over 1,000 students from the Class of 2022 received bachelor’s degrees in the Sunday, May 8, ceremony
Lim, who co-wrote the screenplay for the blockbuster hit Crazy Rich Asians, and the Oscar-nominated animated film Raya and the Last Dragon, will receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters (LHD) degree on Sunday, May 8.
I’m writing to share the news that Allison Sampson, Vice President and Executive Director at Emerson Los Angeles (ELA), will be leaving her position later this spring to pursue other professional opportunities.