School of the Arts
Matthew Salesses MFA '10
WriterEditing Redivider, the graduate literary journal, was one of the highlights of Emerson for me. Getting a look at the other side of publishing was really helpful to my writing, and gave me the chance to meet some great writers and people.
Dawn Steinberg '83
Executive Vice President, Talent and Casting, Sony Pictures TelevisionDabble in everything. Find out what you're really passionate about and just go for it. Use all that dabbling knowledge in what you ultimately decide to do.
Laura van den Berg MFA '08
Writer, teacher, editorA number of experiences at Emerson helped shape my writing: the teachers I worked with, the connections I formed with my peers, the support and camaraderie, the wealth of opportunities available in Boston and its rich literary culture.
Anne Vickman MA '10
Editor, writer, bloggerBe proactive! Talk to people. Tell people what you're interested in and make an effort to get to know people in your field. If you put it out there, good things will happen.
Eric Wasserman MFA '02
Author, professorContinually rededicate yourself to what you've chosen as your life's passion. It can be frustrating to see your classmates succeeding when you are still struggling. But be happy for them and be steadfast in your own dedication, because your time will come and you will want those peers to be happy for you when it does.
Henry Winkler '67
Actor, authorWhat you put in is what you get out. The enthusiasm you bring with you to the campus will pay you back with knowledge, pride, professionalism, and reputation.