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  • President Pelton

    President Pelton outlines his vision

    The Boston Globe published a story on President Pelton’s inauguration, outlining his vision to establish Emerson College as the world’s leading institution of higher education in the arts and communication.

  • Innovation

    A series on President Pelton's five commitments

    President Pelton, in his September 14 inaugural address, outlined five specific measures that he believes will move Emerson from “excellent to extraordinary”

  • Academic Excellence

    A series on President Pelton's five commitments

    President Pelton, in his September 14 inaugural address, outlined five specific measures that he believes will move Emerson from “excellent to extraordinary.”

  • Faculty Symposium on Arts and Communication: Seeking Common Ground

    Communication tools have changed world, say panelists

    Electronic communication tools have altered the definition of knowledge around the globe, according to three panelists who spoke at the Faculty Symposium on Arts and Communication: Seeking Common Ground.

  • President Pelton's Inauguration

    College celebrates inauguration of Lee Pelton

    Emerson College celebrated the presidential inauguration of Dr. M. Lee Pelton on Friday, September 14. Hundreds of people gathered in the Cutler Majestic Theatre to mark the installation of the College’s 12th president in its 132-year history.

  • The ProArts Consortium

    ProArts Symposium spurs conversation

    President Lee Pelton moderated a discussion with the ProArts Consortium presidents about higher education, culture, technology and the city of Boston.

  • ann leary emerson college trustee

    Sharma, Leary appointed trustees

    Ann Lembeck Leary, BFA ’85, and Raj Sharma, MS ’83, have been appointed to the Emerson College Board of Trustees.

  • dan black emerson college overseer

    Emerson appoints new Board of Overseers

    Emerson’s Board of Trustees has approved a significant restructuring of the Board of Overseers, including the appointment of its first 19 members.

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