President Lee Pelton was interviewed by boston.com about the College’s plans for two student residence hall projects that will increase on-campus housing by 33 percent.
At the Paramount Center’s Mainstage on January 12, songs, poetry, and personal stories helped kick off I Dream: Boston, a three-year civic engagement program with award-winning writer and performer and artist-in-residence Daniel Beaty.
Emerson College was well represented in Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh’s 2015 State of the City Address on January 13.
For the first time ever, Emerson College has received the Community Engagement Classification from the Carnegie Foundation, which recognizes the College for its high level of commitment to civic and community engagement.
Shoo Iwasaki, a devoted friend of Emerson and namesake of the College’s Iwasaki Library, recently celebrated his 80th birthday in Japan.
Emerson Trustee and developer Steve Samuels is featured in the December issue of Boston magazine.
Members of the Phi Alpha Tau fraternity and Emerson President Lee Pelton presented Museum of Fine Arts director Malcolm Rogers with the David Brudnoy Memorial Award on November 21.
Emerson College will host the 44th season of Langston Hughes’s Black Nativity next month. Produced by the National Center of Afro-American Artists (NCAAA), Boston’s production of the Black Nativity is the longest-running performance of Hughes’s gospel play, which includes music and dance.
Andy Tiedemann, VP of Communications & Marketing
The College's current strategic plan includes five strategies for achieving the college's objectives.