In the week following the Boston Marathon bombing, Boston area colleges and universities faced unexpected challenges that impacted the day-to-day operations of their living and learning environments. From Boston University’s improvisational online open house, to an Emerson College student-led fundraising campaign, to Emmanuel College’s discovery of student expectations in times of crisis, this panel will explore three unique responses to an unprecedented crisis in the city of Boston.
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- How did Emerson College students utilize social media to raise $900,000 in the aftermath of the bombings?
- How did Boston University create an impromptu open house experience to satisfy the needs of 2000+ prospective students and families, during a citywide lockdown?
- How did a lack of technology based response affect students, faculty and staff at Emmanuel College?
Amma Marfo, Assistant Director of Student Activities, Involvement and Assessment, Emmanuel College