Jennifer Psaki (pictured) has been the White House press secretary for just 20 days, and yet she seems to have already become a household name. This is perhaps as much for what she hasn’t done as for what she has, says Barbie Zelizer, who runs the Annenberg School for Communication’s Center for Media at Risk at Penn.
In the hours immediately following the events at the United States Capitol on January 6, no one quite knew how to describe what had happened. It wasn’t simply because nothing like it had occurred in a century, but also because details regarding what preceded and took place during the event itself — a breach by a large, angry group of Trump supporters that resulted in five deaths — still remains murky several weeks later.
The Social & Affective Neuroscience Society (SANS) announced last week that Professor Emily Falk has been awarded its 2020 Early Career Award.
The Media, Inequality & Change (MIC) Center — a joint project of the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania and the School of Communication and Information (SC&I) at Rutgers University — announced today that Sarah J. Jackson has joined the center as a co-director.
Pickard's work aims to understand how and why our current media systems were developed and to imagine how we might change them to better serve democratic society.
In light of ICE’s recent decision to take action against international student visa holders attending schools using online instruction in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we want to express the support of the Annenberg faculty to being an inclusive and global academic community.
The faculty of the Annenberg School for Communication are heartbroken by the senseless killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and all those who are victims of police brutality. Black Lives Matter.
Health communication scholar and Annenberg alumnus Andy Tan will join our faculty as an Associate Professor on July 1.
David Lydon-Staley, a scholar of message effects, begins as assistant professor of Communication at the Annenberg School on July 1.
In keeping with Annenberg tradition, former dean Michael X. Delli Carpini has named his endowed faculty position after someone he admires: Professor Emeritus Oscar H. Gandy, Jr. (MAC ‘70), who taught at the Annenberg School from 1987 to 2006.