Emerson College Today

  • Day of Giving

    Emerson Community Invited to Celebrate a “Day of Giving”

    On Tuesday, April 26, Emerson is launching a 24-hour online event designed to inspire philanthropic support from the College’s global network of alumni, parents, friends, faculty, staff, and students.

  • Robynn Singer-Baefsky

    Student Aces Class by Predicting NY Primary Results

    On Sunday, April 17, with the focus on who would win Monday’s Boston Marathon, Robynn Singer-Baefsky, a sophomore Political Communication student at Emerson College, was crunching the numbers on who would be victorious in another high-profile  competition—Tuesday’s New York presidential primary.

  • Evelyn Shatkin at Alumni Weekend 2010

    Evelyn Shatkin ’40 Remembered for “Grace and Spirit”

    Evelyn Bergman Shatkin ’40, who hosted a variety radio show, worked in theater sales, and promoted numerous high-profile public relations campaigns during her long career, passed away April 2 after a brief illness. She was 97 and lived in Bristol, Rhode Island.

  • Green Gala 2015

    Emerson Green Gala Will Tickle You Pink

    Once again, Emerson’s talent will be put to work healing the planet at the Green Gala, an evening of Earth-centric entertainment, food, information, and merchandise, but this year, student groups will also be performing for a different kind of green.

  • Dr. Ronald Korvas

    Emerson Names New Vice President for Development and Alumni Affairs

    Emerson College President Lee Pelton has announced that Dr. Ronald Korvas has accepted his offer to serve as Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations, effective June 1, 2016.

  • Alice Sebold

    Alice Sebold to Give Undergraduate Commencement Address

    Acclaimed novelist Alice Sebold will give Emerson College's undergraduate commencement address, as well as receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree, along with celebrated poet and essayist Danielle Legros Georges '86, who will give the graduate address, and accomplished investigative reporter Juan Gonzalez.

  • Students from the ELA-UCB course perform at UCB Sunset on April 12, 2016. Photo/Daryl Paranada

    ELA Students Shine on UCB Stage

    After 12 weeks of in-class training and exercises, 31 students from Emerson College Los Angeles took the stage at UCB Sunset to perform improv over two nights.

  • Emerson launches new course feedback form

    New Feedback Tool to Expand Data

    Starting this semester, Emerson College students are being asked to evaluate not just their professors, but the courses and themselves.


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