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  • Tony and Janet Goldman

    Goldman Gift Celebrates Love, Art, and Emerson

    Janet and Tony Goldman's creative individuality awakened at Emerson College. Now Janet is helping a future generation of talented and committed actors share their gifts with a transformational gift of her own to support Performing Arts students with an ongoing scholarship fund.

  • Emerald Empowerment

    Sorority Raising Awareness, Money to Fight Sexual Violence

    The sisters of Kappa Gamma Chi are dedicating this year’s Emerald Empowerment week to the theme “Because We Endure” and offering a slate of speakers and workshops intended to educate the Emerson community about interpersonal violence on and off campus.

  • TEDx

    Emerson Students Bring First TEDx Event to Campus

    Emerson College will host its first TEDx event around the theme “Evolution Through Expression,” on Saturday, April 9, 1:00-3:00 pm, in the Tufte Performance and Production Center.

  • Treble Makers

    Acappalooza: Many Voices, Different Styles, One Stage

    All four Emerson a cappella groups will take the stage at this year’s Acappalooza, a night organized by the Emerson A Cappella Council to showcase the College’s vocal groups. This year, it will be held Friday, April 8, 7:30 pm, at the Paramount Mainstage.

  • From left: Pam Abdy '95, Paige Newman '14, faculty member Jennifer Vandever, and Felicia Pride MA '05

    Women in Entertainment Alumni Share Career Advice

    At a Women in Entertainment forum held March 30 at Emerson College Los Angeles, alumni panelists shared career tips and encouraged the next generation of storytellers to make inroads into the entertainment industry. 

  • Alden Jones

    Emerson Faculty Honored for Excellence in Teaching

    David Kishik, assistant professor of philosophy, won the Helaine and Stanley Miller Award for Outstanding Teaching; Alden Jones, affiliated faculty in writing, won the Alan L. Stanzler Award for Excellence in Teaching; and Rhiannon Luyster, assistant professor of communication disorders, won the Alumni Award for Teaching and Innovation.

  • A Living Wage

    “It’s All True” Brings Out the Best in Student Documentaries

    The “It’s All True” Documentary Showcase, a selection of documentary films made by Emerson students and sponsored by the Department of Visual and Media Arts, will take place Wednesday, April 6, 7:00-10:00 pm, in the Bright Family Screening Room at the Paramount Center.

  • Autism awareness Paramount

    April Events Look to Teach Emerson About Autism

    Community members will have a chance to learn more about autism throughout the month of April, when Emerson College celebrates Autism Awareness Month with a full slate of events that aim to educate, entertain, and enlighten. The campaign is sponsored by the Disability Services Office, the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, and the Communication Sciences and Disorders Department.


Events Calendar

From workshops to lectures, dances to live productions, the Events Calendar features the latest campus happenings. View the calendar »