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Democracy Amid Crises: New Book From Annenberg Institutions of Democracy Collaborative

With the nation gripped by four interlocking crises, the 2020 election cycle was one of the most turbulent in U.S...

CDCS Call for Applications for Post-doctoral Fellowships, 2023-2024

The Center on Digital Culture and Society (CDCS) is accepting applications for Post-doctoral Fellowships, 2023-2024. Submit by February 15, 2023.

Undergraduate News

Undergraduates Compete to Help Their Classmates Fall Asleep

For their Public Health Communication class, students pitch ideas in a friendly “Shark Tank”-style to promote healthy sleep habits on campus.

Graduate Student News

SP2 and Annenberg Researchers Study Women’s Empowerment in Venezuela

Recognized for addressing gender inequities through a technology training program that has graduated an estimated 15,000 marginalized women in Venezuela...

Call for Submissions

International Call for Applications: Postdoctoral Fellowship, Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication

The Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication (CARGC) is accepting applications for a “CARGC Postdoctoral Fellowship.” Submit by February 1, 2023.


CARGC Global Media & Communication Podcast Launches on New Books Network

The Global Media & Communication podcast furthers CARGC’s goal to explore multimodal scholarship during the 2022-2023 academic year


The Undying Holiday-Suicide Myth

Through an analysis of newspaper stories from the 2021-22 holiday season, the Annenberg Public Policy Center addresses the holiday-suicide myth.

Undergraduate News

‘My body belongs to me???’

Students in Sarah Banet-Weiser’s Annenberg course on Gender and the Media make zines responding to messaging and consumer products.

Undergraduate News

Undergrads Explore National Identity and Nationalism in Washington, D.C.

For SNF Paideia designated course, COMM 4460: Media Industries and Nationalism, students took a class trip to the nation's capital.

Faculty News

With Media Today’s 8th Edition, Prof. Joseph Turow Charts Media’s Rapid Evolution

Published in September, the new edition of Turow’s classic textbook covers COVID, Spotify, and Netflix.