We asked Emerson faculty members about this lack of representation and visibility in the media, how it affects Asian Americans, and what needs to happen to reverse the trend.
I bear the bittersweet news that Dr. Spears will be resigning from her position as Vice President for Equity & Social Justice to accept a leadership position of Vice President for Administration & Innovation and Distinguished Professor of Educational Equity and Social Justice at College Unbound in Providence, Rhode Island, effective August 1.
They’ll talk about their work, their lives, and their perspectives as AAPI women.
As a community, we must do better for our students and community members with disabilities.
As we shift our minds to the summer months, we pause for a moment to acknowledge all that has happened in the world and at Emerson this past year.
The deaths of unarmed Black men and women at the hands of police continue apace– even as the Derek Chauvin trial was proceeding to its conclusion today.
For the first time, the ERA Awards presented the Robert Colby Kindness Award, established in 2020 and named in honor of Performing Arts Professor Bob Colby, who died April 5 following a battle with cancer.
Get Konnected! Names Sylvia Spears One of 50 Most Influential People of Color in Higher Education in MA
Vice President for Equity & Social Justice Sylvia Spears was named one of the 50 Most Influential People of Color in Higher Education by Get Konnected!, an inclusive, cross-cultural professional organization.
Hot Water Over Raised Fists, uses movement, light, sculptural elements, and site-specificity to create an experience of empathy and hope.
Since the March 3, 2021, Update on Community Equity Action Plan, additional steps have been taken in response to the #ESOCWeekOfAction Demands.