Graduate Studies

Graduate Studies Department News


  • 2016-2017 iGrad Transition Program leaders

    International Grad Students Help New Arrivals through iGrad Transition Program

    Katuri, a native of New Delhi, India, said that without help from Ivana, also an international graduate student, she would have been “a little directionless.” But through Emerson’s iGrad Transition Program, she was able to find temporary housing near Emerson from India, and was able to learn more about her adopted home.

  • Lee Pelton, Alice Sebold, Juan Gonzalez, Danielle Legros Georges

    Commencement covered in Boston Globe

    The Boston Globe Names section highlighted Emerson’s 2016 Commencement, including a photo of President Pelton with this year’s honorees and speakers.

  • Amy Depaola

    DePaola '15 featured in Metro Boston for her new film

    Amy DePaola, MFA candidate, is featured on the cover of Metro Boston for her new film titled Laila B about a woman who learns to box after an assault.

  • Laurie Anderson at Paramount Mainstage

    Laurie Anderson Talks Collaboration, Failure, and “Dangerous Art”

    Multimedia artist Laurie Anderson began her talk before a crowd of Emerson College graduate students and others gathered at the Paramount Mainstage on March 25 by telling them, “Most of the work I do begins with a kind of failure.”

  • Laurie Anderson

    Multimedia Artist Laurie Anderson to Headline Grad Symposium

    International multimedia artist Laurie Anderson, who has collaborated with the likes of Peter Gabriel, Brian Eno, and her husband, Lou Reed, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s New England Graduate Media Symposium, which will revolve around the theme of collaboration.

  • Mark Vashro

    Vashro ’08 short to screen at Sundance

    Thunder Road, a short film produced by alumnus Mark Vashro and directed and written by fellow alum Jim Cummings ’09, has been selected to show at the 2016 Sundance Festival (January 21–31).

  • Boston Coastlines: Future Past - Civic Media project

    New Graduate Program in Civic Media Launches

    Starting in Fall 2016, Emerson College’s Engagement Lab will launch an intensive 12-month residential master’s degree program in Civic Media, Art & Practice (CMAP). Prospective students can apply now to the graduate program, which focuses on the emerging field of civic media.

  • Cristina Kotz Cornejo

    Emerson’s Women in Film and Media Summit in Boston Globe

    The Boston Globe’s Names section featured a write-up and photo from Emerson’s first Women in Film and Media Summit, organized by VMA Associate Chair and Professor Cristina Kotz Cornejo.