The Bulletin, Emporia State’s official campus newspaper, won six awards in the local Kansas Press Association 2021 contest.
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Emporia-area children who want to learn to play stringed instruments are doing so with a new string academy from the Department of Music at Emporia State University. Stringfully opened its doors in March, offering group lessons for violin, viola and cello as well as music theory. Every Thursday evening Beach Hall is filled with music and children.
Kansas secondary science and math educators can develop project-based learning alongside Emporia State University professors at the ESU Research Institute this summer.
Emporia State University Theatre presents Samuel Beckett's Endgame, as their Final Spring. Three live-stream performances of Samuel Beckett’s “Endgame” will conclude ESU Theatre’s spring schedule.
A new major in Emporia State’s Interdisciplinary Studies Program provides a working knowledge that will be valuable to hiring companies and to creating change within communities. The ethnic, gender and identity major is ideal for people who are interested in a variety of careers and who want to make a difference in their world, especially in areas of social justice, diversity and inclusion, equality and human rights.
Each spring, Emporia State University celebrates Womxn’s History Month by honoring three award winners with a reception sponsored by the Ethnic and Gender Studies program and the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies.
Are you a fan of fun facts? Do you want to impress your friends with random trivia? Have you ever wondered what professors talk about over lunch? Get ready for a brand-new event series: Who Knew?! With ESU. This program will feature different departments, interesting information and favorite stories from the field.
The annual Friends of the Plains dinner will be a virtual event this year with entertainment by local musician Joe Foster.
Five graduate students from Emporia State will join students from Kansas Regents institutions for the annual Capitol Graduate Research Summit on Feb. 18.
Emporia State University Theatre presents Sarah DeLappe's “The Wolves” as its first spring 2021 show. Three performances will be live-streamed from the Frederickson Blackbox Theatre via emporia.booktix.com. Performances are at 7:30 p.m Friday, March 5, and Saturday, March 6, and 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 7. All times are Central Standard. The production runs 90 minutes.