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  • Diane Lake

    Writing for musical course featured in Globe

    Writing for the Film Musical, a new course taught and created by Emerson Visual and Media Arts Assistant Professor Diane Lake and Berklee College Professor Michael Wartosky, was featured in a Boston Globe front-page article.

  • Robert Todd

    Todd awarded $15k grant

    Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Robert Todd was one of six local artists recently awarded a Brother Thomas Fellowship from the Boston Foundation. The award is a $15,000, no-strings-attached grant given to accomplished artists.

  • Robert Atwan

    Emerson launches Boston Summer Writers' Conference

    Emerson’s Writing Literature and Publish Department will spearhead the first annual Boston Summer Writers’ Conference on campus, from June 24–30, 2012. Open to interested writers nationwide, the conference will represent a unique literary experience for Boston and will be one of only a few summer writing conferences to occur in a major U.S. city.

  • The Graduate Reading Series Event

    Interview With the Curators of the Graduate Reading Series

    The Graduate Reading Series, one of the Graduate Student Organizations in the Writing, Literature, and Publishing department, held an event on September 23.

  • Faculty music group on Grammy ballot

    Emerson adjunct faculty member, Mehmet Sanlikol is a member of a musicians’ collective based in Boston--DUNYA, whose CD is on the Grammy Awards ballot.

  • 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.

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