Emerson in the News

  • Trustee Tony Goldman remembered with portrait by Shepard Fairey

    Graphic artist Shepard Fairey has immortalized Emerson Trustee Tony Goldman '65 by including an image of him at the center of an outdoor mural at Wynwood Walls, a street art museum in Miami.  

  • BostInno reports on E3, Boston Strong

    BostInno reports on the Emerson Experience in Entrepreneurship (E3) Exposition and the sale of "Boston Strong" T-shirts.

  • President Pelton on Cover of Diverse Issues in Higher Education

    For the cover story of the September edition of Diverse Issues in Higher Education, reporter Ken Cooper sat down with President Lee Pelton to talk about  the College's progress toward diversity on campus.

  • ELA gets major press coverage

    Numerous media outlets have reported on Emerson's expanded footprint in Hollywood with the opening of Emerson College Los Angeles this semester.

  • Sharma, Phillips in Globe networking article

    The Boston Globe published a story June 23 about the secrets of networking, featuring Colette Phillips, MS '76, an Emerson Overseer, and Raj Sharma, MS '83, an Emerson Trustee.

  • Kasteel Well is top study abroad program

    Emerson’s Kasteel Well program in Well, The Netherlands was named the Best Study Abroad Program for college students by Abroad101.com a study abroad resource website, and by the Huffington Post.

  • Ketner Unveils Andy Warhol Exhibit

    Joseph D. Ketner II, Distinguished Curator-in-Residence at Emerson, curated an exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum organized by the Milwaukee Museum of Art.

  • $2 Million Gift for Financial Aid

    Leo Hindery Jr., managing partner of InterMedia Partners, and his wife Patti Wheeler Hindery, former executive vice president of the SPEED channel network give $2 million for financial aid.



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