Emerson College Today

  • Kasteel Well 2015 summer group photo

    Clemens '17 wishes Netherlands Castle stay was longer

    Daniel Clemens ’17 spent five weeks in the Netherlands at Emerson’s Kasteel Well this summer and says his only regret was not extending his stay.

  • Lee Pelton

    Pelton reads on the Boston Common

    Taking some time out to enjoy the last days of summer and support an important literacy and arts access program, President Pelton gave a reading at the Boston Common today.

  • Charlie Brewer '17 with Jim Lane

    Brewer '17 sees Prague film opportunities

    A passionate filmmaker, Charlie Brewer ’17 says her study abroad experience in Prague, Czech Republic, this summer has her considering the city as a launching point for her career.

  • Colby Smalzel '15

    Smalzel '15 gains appreciation of France

    Colby Smalzel ’15 said that spending two weeks in France during summer break as part of Emerson’s Global Pathways initiative left her with a greater appreciation of different cultures. “I definitely have a better understanding of why people do the things they do,” she said.

  • Juan Sebastian Hernandez '16

    Hernandez '16 gets rich film learning in Prague

    A Los Angeles native, Juan Sebastian Hernandez ’16 doesn’t need to go far to learn about the film industry. But the Visual and Media Arts major has longed to study abroad and jumped at the chance to attend Emerson’s Prague Summer Film Program this summer.

  • StartUp Institute Program Team

    Emerson to Host Startup Institute’s Talent Expo

    On Thursday, August 13, more than 40 individuals who recently completed Startup Institute’s eight-week course geared toward entrepreneurial-minded professionals, will have 60 seconds each to “pitch” themselves to an audience of Boston-area founders, company leadership, and hiring managers. Presentations will take place from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm at the Paramount Center, including time for networking after the pitches.

  • Christina Marin

    Marin receives Service Learning Innovation Grant

    Christina Marín, assistant professor in Performing Arts, received an $800 Innovation Grant from Emerson’s Office of Service Learning and Community Action this summer. 

  • Kinky Boots cast

    ‘Kinky Boots’ Actor Comes Home

    BFA grade Chapman ’13 performs in Boston August 11-30.



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