NEWS & EVENTS

Emerson College Today


  • Haines chosen for creative artists' fellowship

    Lise Haines, senior writer-in-residence in the Writing, Literature and Publishing Department, has been awarded a fellowship at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts this month.

  • Anderson gets Coger Award for performance studies

    John Dennis Anderson, interim chair of Communication Studies, is receiving a Coger Award for his work in performance studies. He often performs one-person shows of historical characters.

  • Students attend Salzburg Academy

    Three students and two faculty members attended the Salzburg Academy on Media and Global Change, a three-week program to enhance understanding of media literacy.

  • Faculty's movie on Hallmark Channel

    Faculty member Stephen Glantz's adaptation of The Watsons Go to Birmingham for the Hallmark Channel, airing September 20, may help children understand the civil rights era.

  • Elma Lewis, diversity groups honored

    Two new display cases in the Little Building honor Elma Lewis '43 and Emerson's many student diveristy- and inclusion-minded organizations.

  • Miracles, compassion focus of 9/11 vigil

    An alumna whose mother died on American Airlines Flight 11 reflected on the tragedy at Emerson's 12th annual 9/11 vigil on Boston Common.

  • Web gets a kick out of leg art

    When it comes to getting noticed for her artistic ability, Jody Steel '14 already has a leg up. The Film major's artwork--all executed on her bare legs-- has gone viral.

  • Trustee gets corporate citizen award

    Ronald L. Walker, an Emerson Trustee and president of Next Street, was honored with the Social Leadership Award at the Boston Business Journal Corporate Citizenship Summit.

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