Join the Project Management User Group

The Project Management User Group represents 16 departments across campus with over 45 staff members. Projects aren't going away any time soon, so join this valuable group to:

  • Get solutions to project challenges
  • Receive practical project tips
  • Enjoy collaboration among peers

The next meeting is on June 18 at 2:00 p.m. and will be facilitated by Mark Jozwicki, PMP Project Manager/Business Analyst.

To join this user group, please email Linda Embardo.

Coming Soon: A New Login Page

Starting soon, the login page will have a new look as part of our new single sign-on (SSO) system. You'll notice that some other Berklee sites will also have this new login screen, including the Berklee Career Manager and more. This will allow you to use your OnePass to log in once for multiple sites, giving you a more seamless experience.

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Mark Small

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Taking a Stand

Leah Driscoll
Elena Goddard

Part of Berklee’s stated mission is to promote an open learning environment. In the spirit of the college’s commitment to inclusivity and equity a group of Berklee students launched the STAND initiative to raise awareness about sexual and gender-based violence, harassment, and discrimination.

Jay Kennedy

Vice president for academic affairs/vice provost Jay Kennedy had his composition “Celebration Overture” premiered at Carnegie Hall in April by the Thomas S. Hart Middle School Symphonic Band of Pleasanton, CA, as part of the New York International Music Festival. Kennedy also served as a judge at the WGI Percussion World Championships in Dayton, OH.

Bruno Råberg

Professor Bruno Råberg made a video of the recording of his piece for strings and soloists titled “Triloka: Three Realms.” Performers included Rob Thomas (violin) and Mike Block (cello), and condutor Mimi Rabson. He also released the recording Hot Box featuring Phil Grenadier, Allan Chase, and Austin McMahon. Visit

Joseph Coroniti

Professor Joseph Coroniti recently lectured at Conservatorio di Pescara in Italy. With the Bass Department, he published a multimedia tribute to Charlie Haden, and an interview with David Fiuczynski in Fusion magazine. Visit

Maggie Scott

Voice professor Maggie Scott’s 1978 album You and I was reissued by Creole Stream Music for distribution in Eastern Asia. Keith Copeland (drums) and late faculty member John Neves (bass) performed on the album.

Nalora Steele

Associate professor Nalora Steele and Dr. Paul Gross of the University of Virginia, presented a session at the NAfME Eastern Division Biennial In-Service Conference, in Providence, RI, in April.