NEWS & EVENTS

Emerson College Today


  • Roush

    Queer evolution instructor reflects on Pride Parade

    Faculty member Jason Roush '97, whose Evolution of Queer Theory course was recently voted #4 best LGBT course in the U.S., reflects on Boston Pride Week.

  • Comley

    Comley, MA '94, wins 3rd Tony Award

    Emerson Overseer and theater producer Bonnie Comley, MA '94, has won a 2014 Tony Award.

  • New England Emmys 2014

    Journalism alumni win local 2014 Emmys

    Seven Emerson alumni working in the television news industry won Boston/New England Emmy Awards on June 7.

  • Emerson T-shirt design

    Emerson runners need your support!

    Emerson’s Office of Government and Community Relations is asking for your support for the JP Morgan Corporate Challenge Road Race on June 24.

  • GlobCom

    Emerson hosts global PR, marketing conference

    Emerson hosted 85 students and 10 faculty from 11 universities worldwide as part of the Global Communications (GlobCom) Project Conference May 29-June 1.

  • Faculty participate in Inclusive Excellence program

    Nineteen faculty members from a variety of departments participated in the Inclusive Excellence Faculty Fellows program with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion May 19–21 to develop methods to address issues of diversity that often arise in educational settings.

  • Kaller

    Alumni nominated for Tony Awards

    Mothers and Sons, a Broadway play directed by Sheryl Kaller ’82 with Srda Vasiljevic ’14, the assistant director, has received two nominations. 

  • Pelton

    Urban College awards Pelton honorary degree

    Emerson President Lee Pelton received an honorary degree in human services from Urban College of Boston during its graduation ceremony at the Cutler Majestic Theatre on June 1, along with U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz and George A. Russell Jr.

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