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.
Vice President and Special Assistant to President Pelton's Office, Donna Heiland spoke with University Business Magazine about the College’s online game to engage the campus in its strategic plan.
President Lee Pelton updated the Emerson community November 13 about construction plans for 1-3 Boylston Place and plans to renovate the Little Building.
The organizers of Community PlanIt: Emerson UnCommon, an online game that garnered thousands of comments from the Emerson community to assist the College in its strategic planning, released results in a ceremony November 6.
The Emerson College chapter of Active Minds, a national organization whose mission is to erase mental health stigma, is offering students a chance to dine with President Lee Pelton on November 20.
President Lee Pelton has emailed the campus community asking for participation in Emerson360: Community Climate Survey, which is open November 3–21 and asks for feedback on many issues, including campus environment, communication, and interpersonal violence.
Former Mayor Thomas M. Menino, the longest-serving Boston mayor and a friend of Emerson College, died October 30 after a battle with cancer. He was 71.
Two alumni, who serve on Emerson's Board of Overseers, shared their expertise in marketing and innovation on October 28 in an event in the Max Mutchnick Campus Center called “Innovation Secrets That Will Make You Better at Everything You Do.”
Andy Tiedemann, VP of Communications & Marketing
The College's current strategic plan includes five strategies for achieving the college's objectives.