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  • Theatre Education Graduate Student Joan Aniano

    Theatre Graduate Student Attends Conference

    Theatre Education graduate student Joan Aniano received a Professional Development Grant from the Graduate Student Association in order to attend a professional conference in her discipline this summer.

  • Diaz and students

    Writer Junot Diaz visits campus

    Junot Díaz delivered a guest lecture, read two of his short stories, held a Q & A with students, and then did a book signing of his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao while he was on Emerson College's campus during Latin American Heritage Month. More than 100 students attended the event.

  • Eric Gordon

    Gordon's online tool used by Boston Public Schools

    Boston Public Schools (BPS) has adopted Community PlanIt, a web-based social network created by Emerson Associate Professor of Visual Media Arts Eric Gordon that turns community planning into a game.

  • Creative Writing graduate student Nicole Miller

    Creative Writing Student Attends Translation Workshop in Greece

    Creative Writing graduate student Nicole Miller talks about her time at Princeton's 2011 Summer Translation Workshop in Greece and how she was selected to join this workshop.

  • Tesha Kondrat and Adam Reed

    Student writes for hit FX show

    Tesha Kondrat landed a dream job this summer: assistant to a writer on the hit FX animated comedy Archer.

  • President Pelton and Megan Sleeper '02

    Film celebrates the spirit of service post-9/11

    Alumna Megan Sleeper and her team visited Emerson to screen their film about the spirit of service and unity that came about in the wake of 9/11.

  • Pop! Group Photo Thumbnail

    Creative Writing Graduate Students Host Poetry Program

    Creative Writing graduate students Meredith Jordan and Sarah Ehrich received a Graduate Student Association (GSA) Special Award in May 2011 to use toward POP! (Poets of Place).

  • The Terror of Living cover

    Alumnus writes critically acclaimed debut novel

    Urban Waite's first novel,The Terror of Living, released earlier this year, has received praise from publications such as the New York Times, and renowned writers, including Stephen King.

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