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  • Christina Marin

    Marin receives Service Learning Innovation Grant

    Christina Marín, assistant professor in Performing Arts, received an $800 Innovation Grant from Emerson’s Office of Service Learning and Community Action this summer. 

  • Brianna Arrighi '17

    Arrighi '17 calls Kasteel Well 'the best experience'

    When Brianna Arrighi ’17 reflects on her five weeks spent in Emerson’s Kasteel Well, Netherlands, study abroad program, she recalls being atop a gorgeous hill in Barcelona, Spain, on her 20th birthday.

  • students at E3 Expo

    National rankings highlight Emerson for entrepreneurship

    In 2015 rankings, Emerson ranks high among higher education institutions across the nation.

  • Smart glass autism

    Students promote smart glasses for autism

    Taylor McMahon '16 and Jackson Davis '17 are interviewing people about autism this summer as they travel across the country marketing a device similar to Google Glass that would help children on the autism spectrum.

  • Geerlo project thumb

    Kasteel Well portrait project photos online

    Sixteen Emerson students who attended a summer course at the College’s Kasteel Well in the Netherlands recently completed an impressive photography project with faculty member and professional photographer Gerlo Beernink.

  • Cheadle

    25 Emersonians nominated for Emmy Awards

    Twenty-five Emerson community members have received nominations for the 67th Emmy Awards, which recognizes outstanding work in television. The 2015 Emmys will be broadcast live September 20 on the FOX network.

  • Won't Stay Silent

    'Won't Stay Silent' play examines sexual assault

    “Incredibly brave” is how Performing Arts faculty member Erin Schwall ’05 describes the students who performed in Won’t Stay Silent, a play about sexual assault that was held at Emerson’s Cabaret this spring.

  • Cheryl Buchanan, MFA '15

    Attorney-student teaches writing at St. Francis House

    Cheryl Buchanan, MFA ’15, likely left the community around Emerson in a better place than when she first arrived. The attorney-turned-student launched a creative writing program at St. Francis House in Boston.

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