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    Murray awarded for combining science, communication

    Amy Vashlishan Murray, assistant professor of science, has won the Paul Shin Award from the Coalition for Public Understanding of Science, which honors "unsung heroes of science communication and engagement."

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    Moulton narrowly trails Tisei

    The road to Capitol Hill will not be an easy one for Democrat and political newcomer Seth Moulton, according to survey released October 1 by the Emerson College Polling Society.

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    Softball has highest GPA in Division III

    For the third year in a row, the Emerson College Women's Softball Team has achieved the highest grade point average for a Division III softball team.

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    Emerson welcomes Climate Leadership Summit

    Emerson College will participate September 30-October 3 in the 2014 American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) Presidential Summit on Climate Leadership at the Revere Hotel in Boston.

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    Tocci curates Lou Jones photo exhibit

    Now through October 10 at the Joan Resnikoff Gallery at Roxbury Community College is an exhibit of stunning photography taken on road trips across the globe, curated by Emerson Assistant Professor Mirta Tocci. 

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    Alumni Sundance-winning pirate film premieres

    Fishing Without Nets, a new feature film created by Emerson alumni about Somali pirates that won the Directing Award at this year's Sundance Film Festival, permieres in Los Angeles September 26-27.

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    A Bailar! Students salsa the night away

    Emerson students put on their salsa shoes and danced away the evening of September 23 in the Cabaret of the Little Building for a Latin dancing class titled “A Bailar! Dance with Us!” 

  • Weiko Lin

    New faculty's film in large Chinese festival

    New faculty member Weiko Lin is in China this week to represent his film at the Hundred Flowers Film Festival and Golden Rooster Awards, which he described as “China’s version of the Oscars.”

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