Emerson College Today

  • Norman Lear

    Norman Lear Recalls His Days at Emerson, Work in Television

    Lear, 93, creator of the groundbreaking sitcoms All in the Family, The Jeffersons, Maude, Good Times, and One Day at a Time, spoke with Emerson College Today about his time at Emerson and his legacy in television. 

  • Cynthia Bartlett

    Cynthia Bartlett, Professor Emerita, Was Beacon to Students, Faculty

    Professor Emerita Cynthia Bartlett, who molded and inspired hundreds of Emerson students in the Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) Department, died Wednesday, July 13, in Greenwood, Indiana, following a long illness. 

  • Tom Dahill and Jackie Liebergott

    Professor Emeritus Dahill, 91, Paints a Picture of History

    Beginning Wednesday, July 13, Professor Emeritus Tom Dahill will teach the residents and guests of a new Boston apartment building about the history of New England and their neighborhood through his painting, The Canal That Bisected Boston.

  • Outside the Box

    Outside the Box Bringing Arts, Innovation to Boston

    Grammy-nominated Daughtry and ’90s pop giant Smashmouth will headline this year’s Outside the Box performing arts festival, a free annual summer event started by Emerson College alumnus and Trustee emeritus Ted Cutler ’51.

  • ELEEP sexual health literacy project

    Emerson Youth Program Hopes Sexual Health Literacy Is in the Cards

    A group of Boston youth are spending two days a week at Emerson College this summer designing and testing games to use in peer mentoring. They're trying to teach fellow teens about sexual health literacy.

  •  Cristina Kotz Cornejo

    Emerson Faculty Film Finds New Audience, 10 Years On

    3 Americas, film professor Cristina Kotz Cornejo’s debut feature film, was picked up for Mexican video on demand distribution by Cinema UNO ten years after its initial release, and was screened in Mexico City July 9 as part of Cinema UNO’s “Exile and Migration” program. 

  • Cuisine & Confessions

    Joy, Pain, and Banana Bread in Multisensory Circus

    Audiences for Cuisine & Confessions—making its U.S. premiere July 12–August 7 when ArtsEmerson brings it to the Cutler Majestic Theatre—will get to know performers and their stories intimately, through movement, through narration, and through their recipes. 

  • Lu Ann Reeb at conference in China

    Reeb Gives Talk on Education, Innovation in China

    Lu Ann Reeb, Emerson senior executive-in-residence, presented at the 2016 International Media Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education Forum in Beijing last month.


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