Glenn Jones and Latoyia Edwards talked about handling traumatic situations, being empathetic when reporting, and remaining true to their personal values.
Emerson’s Teach in on Sustainability explores how we can contribute to a sustainable tomorrow through communication, the arts, and the liberal arts.
This multidisciplinary symposium explores how communication, the arts, and the liberal arts can help advance a sustainable future.
The planning process includes myriad opportunities for you, as valued members of the Emerson community, to actively engage in this work.
We hope you can take some time to nominate your incredible students and organizations for a variety of awards.
Several films and TV shows created, in part, by alums will be screened March 8-16 at the festival, where Oscar darlings and alums Daniel Kwan ’10 and Daniel Scheinert ’09, will deliver the keynote address.
Yasmin Defne Dadikhi ’26 earned an All-Academic Individual Award for combination of scholastic and placement in the top 35 at Regionals.
There will be three days of special events including live performances, a film festival, panels, and food!
Declared by the United Nations in 2007, this day calls for the importance of centering human rights in the work toward equity.
If you are an international student completing your final classes this summer and planning to graduate from Emerson in August 2024, please pay careful attention to F-1 immigration specifications about summer study, study in your final semester, and the limits to online study.