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    Stuttering therapy focus of new fluency program

    At the Robbins Speech, Language, and Hearing Center at Emerson College, graduate students are providing therapy to clients who stutter through the new Fluency Disorders Concentration Program, under the Program for Speech Improvement.

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    2015 Alumni Weekend honorees announced

    On May 30, Emerson College will honor five distinguished alumni during the school’s Alumni Weekend festivities. President Lee Pelton will present the awards to the honorees.  This year’s Distinguished Alumni Award recipients are film executive Pamela Abdy '95; Boston Children’s Museum CEO Carole Charnow '79; Mike Gonzalez '83, senior fellow of The Heritage Foundation; Bethany Nelson '82, Performing Arts faculty member. Journalist Flora Charner '04 will receive the Young Alumni Achievement Award.

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    2015 Norton Award nominees include Emersonians

    Emerson is well represented in nominations for the 2015 Elliot Norton Awards, which are being hosted by the Boston Theater Critics Association at Citi Shubert Theatre on Monday, May 11, at 7:00 pm.

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    Students attend Late Night Buffet

    The Spring 2015 semester’s Late Night Buffet was held in the Little Building Dining Hall on Monday, May 4.

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    Semester ends, Emerson LA students look ahead

    With graduation fast approaching, Emerson College Los Angeles students Jonathan Khalev ’15 and Grace Gates ’15 are wondering what’s next.

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    Madsen named Vice President of Enrollment

    Following an extensive national search, President Lee Pelton announced that Ruthanne Madsen has been appointed to be Emerson’s vice president for enrollment management, effective May 1, 2015. “Ruthanne has clearly demonstrated her leadership at Emerson and in the international field of enrollment management,” Pelton said. “We are fortunate to have her on our senior management team as we work to advance the College’s strategic goals,” he said.


    Library releases JASPER academic journal

    Emerson’s Iwasaki Library recently published its first issue of JASPER: the Journal of Academic & Scholarly Prose & Emerson Research. 

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    Retirement send-off for Ludman

    Students, faculty, and staff on April 30 gave a farewell tribute to Ron Ludman, Emerson’s dean of students who is retiring next month after a 37-year career with the College.



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