A record 305 nominations were submitted for this year’s Emerson College Teacher Awards, which were whittled down to three faculty members to receive the prestigious awards.
Recently, we proposed a simple question on Emerson College’s Facebook page: Who is, or was, your favorite professor and why?
Graduate student Stephanie Wrobel recently landed two-book deals from Penguin Random House in both the U.S. and U.K. on the strength of her debut novel and MFA thesis, The Recovery of Rose Gold.
Two Emerson College students were recently selected to receive Fulbright Scholarships, becoming the ninth and tenth Emerson students chosen for the prestigious grants.
Ivelisse Rodriguez, MFA ’99 Ivelisse Rodriguez is an alumna of the Master of Fine Arts program in Creative Writing. Earlier this month, she was announced as a finalist for the … Continue Reading Ivelisse Rodriguez, MFA ’99 Nominated for PEN/Faulkner Award
Writing, Literature, and Publishing alumna Holly VanLeuven ’13 grew up a big fan of actor and dancer Ray Bolger, and this month Ray Bolger: More than a Scarecrow, publishes, the first book detailing the life and career of the Boston-born actor.
Starting in the fall of 2019, Emerson College is offering a Global BFA in Film Art in partnership with the Paris College of Art. By David Ertischek ’01 Emerson Lions … Continue Reading Here Are The New Undergrad and Graduate Majors Emerson Started Offering in Recent Years
Associate Chair and Professor of the Writing, Literature, and Publishing Department, John Skoyles, had one of his poems published in the April issue of The Atlantic, titled The Heart Has Reasons.
Molli DeRosa ’21 spoke with McLarin for Emerson Today about her new book and her affiliation with WGBH-TV’s Basic Black, a talk show addressing African American themes for the past 50 years.
With March being Womxn’s History Month, Emerson’s Career Development Center is presenting its third annual Womxn of Emerson Series.