Oscar wins, Teach-In on Sustainability, Women's History and more!
Oscar wins, Teach-In on Sustainability, Women's History and more!
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College News

Daniels Win Everything Everywhere at Oscars

Daniel Kwan ‘10 and Daniel Scheinert ’09 capped off a triumphant awards season by sweeping the Academy Awards with their madcap multiverse-hopping film, Everything Everywhere All at Once. Read more.

Castle ’15 Wins American Mosaic Journalism Prize for Exposing LA Sheriff’s Gangs

Journalist Cerise Castle ’15 was awarded the American Mosaic Journalism Prize for her 15-part series uncovering deputy gangs operating inside the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Read more.

Women’s History Month: 1918 Alum Instrumental in Ontario Community Theater Scene

In 1922, only four years after graduating from the Emerson College of Oratory, Catherine Keziah McCormick Brickenden ’18 was instrumental in the community theater scene in Ontario, Canada. Read more.
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Career and Professional Development

Career Corner

Are you headed to any conferences this year? Let us know! We want to be where you are (we’re at SXSW right now!) and celebrate your work. Send us an email telling us what conference(s) you go to: emerge@emerson.edu
Featured Event
Reunion Weekend!
Gather a few friends and make plans to return to Boston June 9-11 to tour the campus, connect over brunch, and remember what makes Emerson such a special place: you and the connections you made here.
See the full schedule and register below.
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Upcoming Events
Hear Us Roar: How Participating in Sports Prepares You for Career Success
March 21 | 8:00 p.m. ET/ 5:00 p.m. PT | Online
Emerson alumni discuss their student-athlete experiences and how they translated to success after graduation.

Breaking into the Writers' Room

March 25 | 11:00 a.m. PT | Emerson LA
Writers' room positions are highly coveted and sought after by Emersonians, but there isn't one clear path to break in. Learn how Emerson alumni at various stages in their careers including writer-producer Hailey Chavez '15 (ACAPULCO, SUPERSTORE, GROWN-ISH), writer-producer Carlos Foglia '03 (WOLF PACK, LORE, THE OTHER HAMILTON) and showrunner's assistant Stefanie Mandel '17 (assistant to showrunner Courtney Lilly) got their breaks and have successfully navigated their careers. Moderated by Shana Lloyd, writer/actor/filmmaker, and ELA faculty member.

Celebrating 50 Years of Title IX

March 25 | 6:30 p.m. ET | Boston
Join your fellow athletes for an evening of all things Emerson Lions! In addition to celebrating 50 years of Title IX, we will be honoring this year's recipient of the Heart of a Lion Award, Maude Okrah '09. The Heart of a Lion award aims to bring former student-athletes together and recognize alumni success.

Teach-In on Sustainability | Alumni Panel 

March 30 | 6:00 p.m. ET / 3:00 p.m. PT | Online
Emerson alumni end up in all kinds of positions. This group of alumni all work in the field of sustainability in one way or another. From news reporting to sustainability marketing for Google, from science writing to podcasting, these Emersonians will share their stories and journeys. Learn more about the Teach-In on Sustainability.

The panel consists of Heather Ender ’13, Liz Benjamin ’21, Scott Clavenna, MFA ’97, Suzie Hicks ’18, Cady Drell ’11, Allie Chuma ‘16, Jabari Canada ’16, Julia Newman ‘21, and facilitated by Cordelia Kelly ’24.
The Power of Storytelling to Fight the Climate Crisis
April 13 | 6:00 p.m. ET | Washington, DC
Please join Evan Chapman '11, Federal Policy Director for the Clean Air Task Force, and Nejem Raheem, Associate Professor of Environmental Economics, for a conversation about the role Emersonians can play in improving climate change communication and storytelling. A reception will follow the program.
Impact at Emerson
Athletics Day of Giving
Join us for Emerson College Athletics Day of Giving on March 30-31, 2023—a 24-hour virtual fundraising drive to celebrate our athletic spirit and community. Help us reach our goal of $50,000 and roar with us! Last year, we raised $35,785 in our first-ever Athletics Day of Giving. Thanks to these efforts, we partnered with PlaySight, enabling parents and friends to now watch Emerson Athletes play their games from anywhere in the world. Let's continue to make a difference together!
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