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Career Center Launches Employer Advisory Council with Local Organizations
In an effort to broaden the scope of their work, the Career Center at Emmanuel College has launched the Employer Advisory Council, a colloquium comprised of Career Center staff and human resource professionals from area institutions created to discuss trends of the industry, best practices and more, which held its first meeting on December 5.

Alumni Higher Education Professionals Discuss Passage into the Field
The Office of Student Affairs recently hosted a panel discussion “Pathways to a Career in Higher Education” on Wednesday, November 28, for students interested in pursuing careers in the field. The panel featured twelve alumni speakers across various realms of higher education, namely advising, athletics, residential life and more, who returned to Emmanuel to participate.

College Community Celebrates 150 Years of "Little Women," Explores Social Relevance
In celebration of the 150th anniversary of Louisa May Alcott’s timeless novel "Little Women," Emmanuel College’s English Department, in coalition with the Film and Book Club and Cardinal Cushing Library staff, hosted a three-day series of events to examine the highly celebrated work of literature through artistic, social and historical lenses during a film screening, a guest lecture and a student-faculty panel discussion.

Ramirez-Tejada Wins National and Regional Awards in Women’s Basketball
Junior Yuleska Ramirez-Tejada was awarded the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) Women’s Division III Player of the Week and the New England Women’s Basketball Association (NEWBA) Player of the Week, marking the first National Player of the Week award in the history of Emmanuel College’s program and the second NEWBA award in Ramirez-Tejada’s career.

Institute of Eastern Mediterranean Studies Formally Unveiled
Emmanuel’s Institute of Eastern Mediterranean Studies held its inaugural event on November 9 at its new headquarters on the College’s Notre Dame campus in Roxbury. The event welcomed former ministers and diplomats as well as prominent academics.

Dukakis Reflects on Midterm Elections, Current Political and Social Climate
Former Massachusetts Governor and 1988 Democratic Presidential Nominee Michael Dukakis visited campus on November 7 to offer analysis on the recent midterm Congressional, state and local elections and to share his thoughts on the current state of today’s American democracy.

Model UN Awarded Accolades at Multiple Conferences
Members of Emmanuel College's Model United Nations (EC MUN) participated at conferences at Yale University and Northeastern University this fall, seeing much success in both.

Emmanuel College to Launch Four-Year Undergraduate Nursing Program in 2019
Emmanuel College is pleased to announce the addition of a <a href="">Bachelor of Science in Nursing</a> to its undergraduate liberal arts and sciences program offerings.

Women’s Cross Country Clinches 2018 GNAC Title
Emmanuel College's Women's Cross Country team secured the 2018 Great Northeast Athletics Conference (GNAC) Women's Cross Country Championship, their third title in six years, in a 5K race at Saint Joseph's College in Maine last week.

Holocaust Survivor Speaks of Persecution and Perseverance to Emmanuel Community
The arrival of Holocaust survivor Aron Greenfield to Emmanuel’s campus filled the Janet M. Daley Library Lecture Hall from wall to wall on October 30, as members of the College community gathered to listen to his stories of incomparable hardship and survival during the years before, during and after World War II and the Holocaust.

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