emersonPATHWAYS, a newly launched program geared toward Boston public high school students, was the subject of a front-page story in the Boston Globe’s G/Arts section.
Emerson College has hired Greta Spoering as a survivor advocate who will work in the College’s Violence Prevention and Response center.
Faculty members whose work at Emerson has spanned four decades were honored at the Bordy Theater on October 1 for the first annual Faculty Appreciation Event, organized by The Spirit of Emerson and the Office of Academic Affairs.
Emerson College will participate September 30-October 3 in the 2014 American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) Presidential Summit on Climate Leadership at the Revere Hotel in Boston.
Emerson's Office of Violence Prevention and Response has received a $5,000 grant from the Avon Foundation for Women to educate bystanders to intervene when witnessing violent or abusive situations.
Emerson students paid tribute to the late Husam Algosaibi, MA ’98, and his family during a lecture about political diplomacy on September 15, featuring Emerson Trustee Leo Hindery, P '16.
On Monday, September 22, Emerson launches a civic engagement game called Community PlanIt: Emerson Uncommon, a highly innovative, distinctively Emersonian way of cultivating community input for the College’s ongoing strategic planning process.
Emerson College President Lee Pelton has announced that David Dower will serve as executive director of ArtsEmerson: The World On Stage effective January 1.
Andy Tiedemann, VP of Communications & Marketing
The College's current strategic plan includes five strategies for achieving the college's objectives.