Graduate Studies

Graduate Studies Department News


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    Snapshot of Class of 2015

    Recent grads share what's next...

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    CSD hosts Evidence-Based Colloquium

    Students and faculty in Communication Sciences and Disorders gathered for the first annual Evidence-Based Colloquium on Friday, May 8.

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    Stuttering therapy focus of new fluency program

    At the Robbins Speech, Language, and Hearing Center at Emerson College, graduate students are providing therapy to clients who stutter through the new Fluency Disorders Concentration Program, under the Program for Speech Improvement.

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    Robin Roberts to give Commencement undergrad address

    Robin Roberts of ABC's Good Morning America will provide the undergraduate address at the 135th Emerson College Commencement on May 18. Pulitzer Prize-winning Emerson professor and author Megan Marshall will provide the graduate address. 

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    Emerson goes blue for Autism Awareness Day

    Emerson College lit up the campus blue for World Autism Awareness Day on April 2. The College’s Cutler Majestic and Paramount theaters and the Tufte Performance and Production Center were illuminated with the color blue all day in recognition of the global event, and students dressed in blue.

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    Students reflect on global learning

    Emerson’s Office of Internationalization and Global Engagement is expanding its education abroad opportunities this summer with the new Global Pathway Program, which includes five new study abroad opportunities in Amsterdam, France, Greece, Ireland, and Mexico.

  • Summer programs expanding in Boston, LA

    Emerson College has announced it is expanding its offering of summer semester programs at the College’s Boston and Los Angeles campuses.

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    PSA for Emerson STANDS on YouTube

    Stand Together. Act Now. Do Something. That’s the message behind a public service announcement on YouTube promoting Emerson STANDS, an ongoing active bystander strategy that promotes an inclusive, nonviolent culture and offers skills to intervene in situations of potential harm.

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