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From Philly to Delhi: the Inaugural Global Media Cultures International Doctoral Institute

Organized by the Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication (CARGC), the Institute convened students and faculty from Annenberg and the University of Hyderabad.

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Congratulations to Annenberg’s 2024 Ph.D. and M.A. Graduates

Thirteen students earned their doctoral degrees, and fifteen students received M.A. degrees.

Proust, Smith, and Truss Win 2024 James D. Woods Award

The award recognizes Annenberg graduate students for outstanding teaching.

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Azsaneé Truss Receives Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching

Truss, who was a teaching fellow for two Communication courses in 2023, was nominated for the award by University of Pennsylvania students.

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Three Annenberg Doctoral Candidates Awarded 2024 Sachs Program Grants

Azsaneé Truss, Cienna Davis, and Melissa B. Skolnick-Noguera were all awarded funding for creative projects from the Sachs Program for Arts Innovation.

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Kallahan Brown Named 2023 Presidential Ph.D. Fellow

Annenberg School doctoral student Kallahan Brown is a recipient of the Penn Presidential Ph.D. Fellowship, which includes three years of funding.

Doctoral Students Collaborate With Philadelphia High School Students on Health Communication Research

Thandi Lyew and Brittany Zulkiewicz worked with local teens through a Penn Graduate Community-Engaged Research Fellowship.

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The Annenberg School Welcomes Eight New Ph.D. Students in Its 2023 Cohort

On Monday, the Annenberg School for Communication proudly welcomed its newest cohort of doctoral students. The eight students in our...

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Exploring Inequalities in Health Through Cognitive Science and Family Conversation

Doctoral candidate Mary E. Andrews believes that personal stories can help people live healthier lives.

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Brendan Mahoney Wants To Know How the Internet Affects Us

Mahoney, a doctoral candidate at Annenberg, examines the ways we communicate online and the corporations that host those conversations.