Emerson College announced today that for the first time it appears as No. 23 on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA's) Top 30 College & University list of the largest green power users.
Boston magazine’s 2015 “Best of Boston” issue applauds ArtsEmerson’s diverse productions—“ArtsEmerson certainly brings the world to its stages”— as well as its accessibility.
Greta Spoering is excited to have finished her first academic year working at Emerson College, where she is one of two advocates with Emerson’s Violence Prevention and Response, a confidential resource on campus.
Starting this fall 2015, prospective students can apply to Emerson’s newly announced major in comedy—the first specialized Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Comedic Arts.
Nearly 90 members of the Emerson community, including President Lee Pelton, marched on June 13 in the Boston Pride Parade—marking the first time a group of Emerson students, faculty, staff, and alumni marched together in the annual parade.
President Pelton hosted a reception at the Paramount Center for retiring arts leaders Malcom Rogers, MFA; Anne Hawley, Gardner Museum; and Tom Lentz, Harvard Museums.
Emerson College hosted a well attended reception and discussion on June 4 to honor the work of three prominent Boston–area arts museum directors who are all stepping down from their posts this year.
Emerson College today announced its support of the second-annual Immigrant Heritage Month, an initiative from the non-profit organization Welcome.us to partner with community organizations, elected officials, corporations, artists, and thought leaders to gather and share inspirational stories of American immigrants. Immigrant Heritage Month (IHM) 2015 lasts throughout the month of June.
Andy Tiedemann, VP of Communications & Marketing
The College's current strategic plan includes five strategies for achieving the college's objectives.