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  • Climate Smart Boston

    Engagement Lab Game to Help Boston Address Climate Change

    Greater Boston residents who care about climate change will have the opportunity to weigh in on ways in which the city can confront the wages of a warming planet with the help of a game designed by Emerson College’s Engagement Lab.

  • Emerson Greene Beans

    Emerson Students Take Home Top Honors in Theatre Tech

    For the second year in a row, the Emerson “Greene Beans” took home the USITT Tech Olympics trophy for Best Performing Team, competing among 122 students from colleges and universities across the country.

  • Emerson STANDS

    Campaign to Rally Emerson Against Violence

    The second annual Communities United Against Violence campaign is underway, with a lineup of events across campus aimed at strengthening a safe, inclusive Emerson College.

  • Let's Go Fund Challenge

    Challenge will support Emerson students studying abroad

    Recognizing a growing need to enable students of limited means to participate in Emerson’s expanding study abroad programs, Trustee Judy Huret, MA ’69, and her husband, Bob, have pledged a $100,000 challenge gift as the inaugural funding for the College’s new Let’s Go Fund.

  • Jack Siberine '16 prepares to film footage to create a VR short using one of Emerson College Los Angeles' GoPro rigs. Photo/Daryl Paranada

    ELA Launches Groundbreaking Virtual Reality Filmmaking Course

    Emerson College Los Angeles launches a course in Virtual Reality Filmmaking designed to explore the burgeoning field of live action filmmaking for virtual reality headsets. By the end of the course, students learn the skills necessary to craft a compelling VR experience and emerge with a portfolio piece good enough to secure a job in the VR field

  • Jae Williams honored by Boston Celtics

    Alumnus honored by Celtics for work with Boston kids

    Jae Williams, digital media producer for Emerson College, was recognized as an “Honorary Co-Captain” on March 2 during a game against the Portland Trailblazers for his work with disadvantaged youth through the Forever Ink Foundation, an educational nonprofit digital media organization he co-founded.

  • Guillermo Arriaga

    Screenwriter Shares Skills at Emerson Latino Summit

    Mexican screenwriter Guillermo Arriaga joined about three dozen students and faculty members for a screening of his unreleased film, Words with Gods, at the Bright Family Screening Room on March 21, part of AMIGOS' 2016 Latino Summit.

  • Laurie Anderson

    Multimedia Artist Laurie Anderson to Headline Grad Symposium

    International multimedia artist Laurie Anderson, who has collaborated with the likes of Peter Gabriel, Brian Eno, and her husband, Lou Reed, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s New England Graduate Media Symposium, which will revolve around the theme of collaboration.

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Events Calendar

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