After 13 years of dedicated service, Suzanne Hinton, Director of Academic Engagement, is leaving Emerson.
In the spirit of America’s revered social activist, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Emerson School of Communication held its second annual MLK Celebration & Diversity Forum last Friday, where a panel of Boston community leaders addressed this year’s topic of Race and the Criminal Justice System.
In the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Emerson School of Communication is bringing together a panel of Boston community leaders to discuss the topic of race and the criminal justice system during the School’s annual MLK Celebration and Diversity Forum.
Presidential Fund for Curricular Innovation: Internationalization and Inclusion — Now Accepting Applications
Dear Faculty: Emerson College is now applications for the 2019 Presidential Fund for Curricular Innovation (PFCI) Internationalization and Inclusion Studio. The Studio will support projects devoted to internationalization of the curriculum, … Continue Reading Presidential Fund for Curricular Innovation: Internationalization and Inclusion — Now Accepting Applications
Despite increased media coverage of police brutality, there is a lack of empirical research on its mental health effects. Helping to change all that is Communication Studies faculty member Deion Hawkins.
On November 29, 2018, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos published proposed changes to Title IX regulations in the Federal Register. If approved as proposed, these new regulations will fundamentally change the way colleges and universities address instances of interpersonal violence under Title IX.
Students join Teach-in on Race keynote speaker Rachel Kuo, far left, on stage at the day’s opening event on Friday, October 12. Left to right, ASIA President Lia Kim, DESI … Continue Reading ICYMI: You Can Watch Teach-In on Race Conversations Online
November 27 is #GivingTuesday. This animated video, created by alumna Laura Porat ’16, helps illustrate the ways your dollars can help Emersonians be a creative force.
Students now have until Monday, November 26, to complete the Emerson360: Community Climate Survey, as well as the chance to win a gift card or Emerson swag! To complete the … Continue Reading Students: Still Time to Take Emerson360 Survey, Win Swag
It has been an incredibly successful year. And yet, we cannot afford to rest on our successes. Excellence, after all, is an ongoing process. It is not about being. Rather, it is aspirational—it is about becoming.