Leveraging the people and places of Boston for inspiration, students in the English Department's "Ethics in Documentary Film" course grapple with the challenges and questions raised by creative work.
Looking to enrich your coursework or explore a subject area outside of your major? Check out the below list of academic organizations and click on any group name to connect with a representative via email. You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to connect with the group of your choice!
Art History Club
President: Madeline Petrucelli
Advisor: Dr. Cynthia Fowler, Dept. of Art
We aim to help the past aid our future. By exploring art history, we can learn where our roots lie and reveal aspects of the human experience
President: Katherine Gilmore
Advisor: Dr. Padraig Deighan and Dr. Jason Kuehner, Dept. of Biology
The mission of the Biology Club is to enrich the minds of students who wish to broaden their scientific horizons. We provide opportunities to students who may not be aware of what's happening in the Boston area regarding science and healthcare opportunities. We strive to educate and support science-loving students from throughout the Colleges of Fenway.
Business Leaders of Emmanuel College (BLEC)
President: Samantha Kue
Advisor: Dr. Kelly Basile, Dept. of Business and Economics
BLEC brings together members of the Emmanuel community who share a common interest in business and economics. We believe that the best way to learn about business is to have fun with it. Members discuss critical issues facing the business world today and plan events that take a more in-depth look at business and how it relates to our lives. We give students the opportunity to combine their academic knowledge with real world situations and network with professionals through presentations and discussions. In addition, it is our goal to provide a forum for anyone interested in business, both majors and non-majors.
President: Karissa Mehrtens
Advisor: Dr. Carley Henderson
We strive to increase scientific literacy and interest in a fun and casual environment for all members.
President: Thomas Urbanowski
Advisor: Shuyi Jiang, Dept. of Business and Economics
Our purpose is to help our members to grow in economic knowledge while having events to inform the larger student body about important economic issues and information.
President: Siobhan McGrath
Advisor: Patterson Rogers, Dept. of Mathematics
The Education Club aims to provide a space for future educators or anyone else intrigued by education to discuss their future and how they are reaching their goals. We strive to serve our community by providing opportunities for local students and teachers to expand their learning and become increasingly invested in the world around them while also doing all we can to create programs that invest in children.
Graphic Design Club
President: Alex Winakor
Advisor: Erich Doubek, Dept. of Art
Our mission as the Graphic Design Club of Emmanuel College is to provide an environment for designers to grow. This club is open to graphic design majors, minors and non-majors alike, and anyone who has an interest in design or visual communication.
President: Alexandra Ricottilli
Advisor: Javier Marion, Dept. of History
Emmanuel College's History Club is geared towards giving students the opportunity to love history through experience and discussion.
President: Charlotte Sulick
Advisor: Dr. Ryan Mott and Dr. Kaplan Hasanoglu, Dept. of Philosophy
Philosophy Club provides an engaging and fun setting for students to discuss philosophy.
President: TJ McMahon
Advisor: Dr. Helen MacDonald, Dept. of Psychology
Our mission is to encourage a strong community interest in the field of psychology as well as the involvement of students in understanding the human mind—and the growing importance of mental health—in a fun and interactive setting.
President: Heather Trites
Advisor: Katrin Kriz and Janese Free, Dept. of Sociology
We serve to promote education about the academic field of sociology as well as awareness of issues within today's society. The club offers educational discussion, as well as opportunities to serve the community through the lens of a sociological understanding. The club concentrates on the areas of Social Justice, Human Services, and Criminal Justice.