We had two fantastic courses offered at MCI Concord this Spring 2018, including Cara Moyer-Duncan’s
IN 208 Rainbow Nation: Race, Class, and Culture in South Africa
, heartily enjoyed by the students, and Andrew Dugan’s
WR 101 Where Nonfiction Meets Poetry: The Personal Essay
, which pushed students to deepen their authorial voices and grow their writing skills.
For Summer 2018, Amy Ansell, Dean of Liberal Arts, will step back into teaching, offering her
SO 200 Race and Ethnicity: The Key Concepts
course. This coming Fall 2018, Josh Polster will teach
TH 215 U.S. Theatre and Performance
, and Keri Thompson will offer
CC 100 Oral Communication
, a required first year course that all Emerson first year students pass through as they develop their critical communication skills.
Emerson students on the Boston campus were very excited to find ways to volunteer with EPI in its first year. Chesirae and Mason, Emerson undergraduates, produced a promotional clip for the EPI website that will be finalized this summer, Rahul and Chesirae helped build the EPI website, and Elise and Amanda assisted in gathering peer reviewed articles for EPI students in Fall 2017. Thanks everyone!