Graduate Studies

Graduate Studies Department News


  • Pathways students

    PATHWAYS program featured in Boston Globe

    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.

  • mural

    TIME LAPSE VIDEOS: Watch 2 murals get created

    The Office of the Arts has compiled two time lapse videos showing the recent creation of murals made by artists at Emerson.

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    Faculty honored at appreciation event

    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.

  • Schmitz

    Health Communication celebrates 20th anniversary

    Ami Schmitz, MA '98, a senior medical producer for NBC News, will give the keynote speech at this weekend's celebration of the 20th anniversary of Emerson's Health Communication Graduate Program.

  • Benoit Denizet-Lewis

    Denizet-Lewis on Advocate LGBT-influentials list

    Assistant Professor in Writing, Literature and Publishing Benoit Denizet-Lewis made the 50 Most Influential LGBT People in Media List in The Advocate.  

  • Emerson UnCommon

    Emerson UnCommon civic game launches Sept. 22

    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.

  • John Skoyles

    Skoyles recites poetry on NPR (WCAI)

    Professor and Associate Chair in Writing, Literature and Publishing John Skoyles talks to Mindy Todd, host of NPR’s The Point, about discovering poetry and his path to becoming a poet.

  • Christian Kiley

    Emersonians discuss producing for the web in Boston Globe

    Emerson MFA candidate Christian Kiley and Michael Cyril Creighton ’01, producer of the award-winning web series Jack in the Box, are among several Boston-based filmmakers, including fellow Emerson graduates, who have taken to the web to showcase original content.

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