Welcome New Employees Hired in March

Please join Human Resources in extending a warm welcome to our newest employees hired in the month of March!

Jazz Appreciation Month at the Stan Getz Library

In honor of Jazz Appreciation Month, the Stan Getz Library is featuring two displays.

A Farewell to Roy Murphy

Dear Berklee Community,

After ten years of service to the Berklee community, Sr. Director of Public Safety/Chief of Police, Roy Murphy has decided to retire, effective June 1. During his tenure, Roy saw his vision of developing Berklee's first campus law enforcement become a reality. His dedication to Berklee and our students has been a constant; during any kind of incident or threat to the safety of our community, Roy has always been front and center, with a presence that has been reassuring to students, their families, and our faculty and staff. 

Final Cadence

Ernest Wiehe '73

Notes from NOLA

From the left: Robin Kinchen and Suzanne Denu ’03.

L.A. Newsbriefs

By 
Peter Gordon

As a steady stream of Berklee alumni continues to relocate to Los Angeles to pursue professional dreams, the overriding question for graduates is “How to begin?”

Alumni Beat

By 
Karen Bell

From the left: Berklee’s Alumni Affairs team members Karen Bell, Emily Dufresne, Mark Small, and Brian Grzelak.

Nashville Notes

Downtown Nashville after the May flood caused an estimated $1 billion in damage.

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