Q&A with a Writing for Film & Television MFA Student

From her first day of grad school to her very last assignment, ’20 Writing for Film and Television MFA graduate and Assistant Director of Graduate Admissions, Haley Bresnahan, has successfully completed Emerson’s rigorous low-residency program. She’s given us the inside … Continued

Film and Media Art Thesis: Two Emersonians Proudly Share Their Thesis Projects

Emerson’s MFA in Film and Media Art program gives students the opportunity to develop their creative skill sets. Students work with image and sound on traditional and emergent media forms. The program culminates with a thesis project. Students explore their … Continued

Q&A with a Publishing & Writing MA Student

Whether you want to shape the prose of fresh voices as an editor, represent writers as a literary agent, or work with exciting online publications and new media formats, Emerson’s prestigious Publishing and Writing MA will help you succeed in this ever-vital, … Continued

Interning at TD Garden

Emerson’s Strategic Marketing Communication MA (SMC) teaches students to build marketing strategies to communicate between consumers and brands, providing students access to an array of exciting career and internship opportunities. We had the pleasure of interviewing current student, Melissa, who … Continued

What to know about grad school

You’ve finally arrived! All of your hard work, dedication, sweat, and tears have paid off – congratulations on making it to graduate school. Seeking higher education is such an accomplishment, but adjusting to the immense pressures of grad life can … Continued

Poetry Student Project Spotlight: Duende and the Choreopoem

Porsha Olayiwola is the 2014 Individual World Poetry Slam Champion and 2015 National Poetry Slam Champion. Black, poet, queer-dyke, hip-hop feminist, womanist: Porsha is a native of Chicago who now resides in Boston where she organizes, writes, and teaches. Porsha … Continued

Project Spotlight: Book Design

How do you go from crying tears over InDesign during your first week of class to voluntarily redesigning your book over Christmas break? Last semester I took Lisa Diercks’s Intro to Book Design class, and had two goals: Get through … Continued