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Experiencing Extreme Weather Predicts Support for Policies to Mitigate Effects of Climate Change

A new survey from the Annenberg Public Policy Center finds that exposure to severe weather is associated with greater support for policies that address the effects of climate change.


Psychologist and Neuroscientist Emily Falk to Lead APPC’s New Climate Communication Division

As part of its 30th anniversary celebration, the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC) has opened a new area of research, the Climate Communication division.

Undergraduate News

Communication Major Crystal Marshall (C’24) Wins Thouron Award

The award will allow Marshall to study Film Programming and Curating at the University of London, Birbeck.


Art Matters: Sam Maitin’s ‘Celebration’ Mural

The artist known as Philadelphia’s ‘Mayor of the Arts’ created the 17 colorful, playful pieces specifically for the Annenberg School for Communication.

Undergraduate News

Shawnika Hull (Ph.D. '10) to Speak at Annenberg’s 2024 Communication Major Graduation Celebration

An expert in health communication and advocate for communities impacted by HIV, Hull will deliver the alumni address to our graduates.


Annenberg Presentations and Events at ICA 2024

The International Communication Association will hold its 74th annual conference in Broadbeach, Australia on the Gold Coast.


The Majority of Americans Do Not Support Anti-Democratic Behavior, Even When Elected Officials Do

Despite rampant political polarization, the majority of Democrats and Republicans support democratic values and oppose political violence.


What Are the Most Effective Strategies To Inspire Action on Climate Change?

The Communication Neuroscience Lab is conducting an intervention tournament, testing six strategies to change beliefs and intentions regarding climate change.


Digging Into the Archives of the International Communication Association

Ahead of the 74th Annual International Communication Association Conference, Annenberg Processing Archivist Andrew Williams dives into the records of the association, now housed in the Annenberg Library.


Annenberg Alumni News, Winter 2024

The latest news from Annenberg School alumni.