Emerson College Today

  • Rachel Smith '16 will temp at New Regency after graduation and work at WME beginning in August.

    ELA Students Find Work Opportunities At Internship Sites

    At least nine Emerson College Los Angeles students reported that their internship site offered them a paid position after graduation.

  • Day of Giving

    Emerson surpasses fundraising goals for “Day of Giving”

    Setting a new online participation record for Emerson, 307 members of Emerson’s global community came together on April 26 to say “Happy #EmersonDay” in a big way: by raising more than $50,000 in support of the College and its students.

  • Michele Josue

    Alumna Wins Daytime Emmy for Matthew Shepard Documentary

    Emerson College alumna Michele Josue ’01 took home a Daytime Emmy Award on April 29 for her documentary, Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine, about the gay college student who was brutally murdered in 1998.

  • Blue-Eyed Black Boy wikipedia page

    Wikidemia: Drama Students Write Digital Articles for Neglected Works

    Fifty students in Magda Romanska’s World Drama class have contributed Wikipedia entries for underrepresented playwrights and plays, ditching the traditional research paper to engage in some digital advocacy and activism.

  • Design concept for Artists for Humanity

    Emerson Students Write, Design Book for Community Partner

    Two Emerson classes spent the spring semester putting together a book that will look back on Artists for Humanity’s first two and a half decades through the eyes of artists, clients, donors, mentors, and others who have played a role in AFH’s history. Interspersed with the interviews will be original artwork made by the young people AFH hires.

  • President Lee Pelton

    Pelton's Leadership in Diversity and Inclusion Recognized

    President Lee Pelton is being honored for his commitment to diversity and inclusion with a Rosoff 20/20 Visionary Award, presented by The Ad Club at a May 2 gala in Boston.

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    Alt Press Course Turns Emerson Students into Advocates

    Associate Professor Roger House's History of Alternative Journalism class did a year-end project on hunger in Boston, which is being compiled and added to the Victory Stride website, a repository of information, discussion, and research on Afro-American social justice history.

  • Spirit of Emerson Awards

    Holland, Zaroff Win Spirit of Emerson Awards

    Jaqi Holland, MA ’04, assistant director of academic support at the Lacerte Family Writing and Academic Resource Center, and Jade Zaroff ’17, creator and producer of the annual Emerson Green Gala, were presented with their awards in the Bordy Theater at the final faculty meeting of the academic year.


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