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Photocopy of a manuscript writing about a meeting on Wednesday at 4:00PM to talk about EBONI proposals. Handwritten content reads: "FACULTY MEETING, 4:00 pm Wednesday, Union #21, April 30, agenda: EBONI PROPOSALS."

1969-04-30

10 points with names likely related to the person to which the EBONI proposals relates to. The listed names and entities are as follows: 1. Garrard, Nickerson 2. Garrard, Doherty 3. All Department Chairmen 4. Dean Woodruff 5. Garrard, Nickerson 6. Garrard 7. Dr. Pierce, Dr. Ursul 8. Dr. Bender 9. Academic Calendar Committee 10. Food Committee

1969-04-11

Membership of the committee and those present at a faculty meeting, along with administration, on May 2, 1969.

1969-05-08

Photographs highlighting life at Emerson College over the years, includes images of students, faculty, staff, alumni, sporting events, lectures, reunions, and campus facilities.

1881 -

Professor Rancer at desk in office, points at camera person.

1986-07

Amato was professor & chairman in the Division of Computer Applications & Mathematics. Amato received an Alumni Achievement Award in 1991.

1986-07

Professor Rancer sits a desk in office, an envelope in his hand, a file cabinet behind him, smiles at the camera.

1986-07

Amato was professor & chairman in the Division of Computer Applications & Mathematics.

1986-07

Faculty - Communication Disorders.

1986-07 - 1986-06

Faculty - Communication Disorders.

1986-07 - 1986-06

Faculty - Communication Disorders.

1986-07 - 1986-06

Close-up photo of Professor Rancer.

1986-07

1986-04-02

Betty Hutton is pictured with Emerson alum, professor & trustee Kenneth Crannell. In 1985, Betty Hutton received an Award of Achievement from the Musical Theater Society of Emerson College for her contributions to musical theater. Other recipients of this award include: Eve Arden, Gregory Hines and Ben Vereen. Hutton (known for Annie Get Your Gun) taught drama at Salve Regina and comedic acting at Emerson College. Location: Fireplace Theatre.

1985-11-06

1986-01

1986-01

1986-01

1985-12-04

1985-12

1985-12

1985-12

1985-12

"Emersonians may know Edwin as one of their professors, but the outside world knows him as the critically-acclaimed writer of mystery and crime fiction who penned the popular Hester Thursby series. But Edwin wasn’t an overnight sensation. He and Terri chat about what finally inspired him to be a full time writer after a long career in the publishing industry and why he encourages his students to break the rules of writing. Recorded on August 5, 2021."

2021-08-05

"Not only is Jae Williams a "double Lion," but he can also add "staff" and "faculty" to the lens with which he looks at Emerson through. Jae does just that in his current role in the Social Justice Center. Jae and Terri have a refreshingly honest conversation about diversity, inclusion and why Jae knows that he was meant to be at Emerson. Recorded on February 8, 2021."

2021-02-08

"Not only is Jae Williams a "double Lion," but he can also add "staff" and "faculty" to the lens with which he looks at Emerson through. Jae does just that in his current role in the Social Justice Center. Jae and Terri have a refreshingly honest conversation about diversity, inclusion and why Jae knows that he was meant to be at Emerson. Recorded on February 8, 2021."

2021-02-08

"Emersonians may know Edwin as one of their professors, but the outside world knows him as the critically-acclaimed writer of mystery and crime fiction who penned the popular Hester Thursby series. But Edwin wasn’t an overnight sensation. He and Terri chat about what finally inspired him to be a full time writer after a long career in the publishing industry and why he encourages his students to break the rules of writing. Recorded on August 5, 2021."

2021-08-05

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