Five graduate students from Emporia State will join students from Kansas Regents institutions for the annual Capitol Graduate Research Summit on Feb. 18.
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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.
A new Master of Science in Nursing program at Emporia State University will help nurses advance their careers while benefitting rural health care settings in need of educators and managers.
Students who earn an associate degree in multimedia design at Flint Hills Technical College can easily transfer to Emporia State University to complete a bachelor’s degree in communication under a new agreement between the two institutions.
Seven Emporia State students will be part of a virtual band performance during the College Football Playoff National Championship game on Monday night.
An Emporia soldier will tell of his service in Kosovo during the annual Veterans Roundtable at Emporia State University.
Emporia State University Theatre presents Euripides’ “Medea,” in a new version by Ben Power, as its fall 2020 show. Two free performances will be presented on the steps of ESU’s Memorial Union at 5 p.m. Oct. 30 and 31 with an alternate performance scheduled for Nov. 1, in case of inclement weather. The production runs 90 minutes.
In a pandemic-era homage to ESU Theatre’s annual Homecoming musical, three 20-minute programs will live-stream Mondays at 7:30 p.m. on ESU Theatre’s Facebook page. The free performances will be broadcast live from the Karl C. Bruder Theatre, featuring different songs nightly.
Max McCoy, ESU English, Modern Languages, and Journalism professor and advisor to the ESU Bulletin student newspaper, was recognized by the College Media Association as the 2020 Noel Ross Strader Award winner.
The new director of theatre at Emporia State University brings to campus his expertise in theatre history, acting, directing, devised theatre, theatre for social justice, and public speaking. Dr. Pete Rydberg is also certified in fight directing with a specialty in unarmed, rapier and dagger, broadsword.