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Research in Brief: Anti-Smoking Messages for LGBTQ+ Young Women

In an effort to understand how to reduce smoking among LGBQT+ young women, Professor Andy Tan and colleagues tested tailored anti-smoking campaigns.


Eight Ways To Prevent and Fight Health Misinformation, Backed by Psychological Science

A new report by Dolores Albarracín, Deen Freelon, and colleagues identifies effective ways to halt the spread of misinformation online, including debunking and “prebunking.”


Pawel Popiel and David Elliot Berman Named Marjorie & Charles Benton Opportunity Fund Fellows

For their project, Popiel and Berman will conduct research on Philadelphia's efforts to get the city's most marginalized communities online.


Back at Annenberg: Susan Roberts (M.A.C. ‘99)

An interview with Susan Roberts about her work as Senior Director of Preschool Content & Consumer Products Research at Nickelodeon.


A Journey Into the Archives of Herbert Schiller, Media Scholar and Critic of American Empire

Annenberg Processing Archivist Andrew Williams explores the Herbert Schiller Collection at the Annenberg School for Communication Library Archives.

Faculty News

Professor Andy Tan and Community Partners Receive 2023 Provost/Netter Center Faculty-Community Partnership Award

Tan and community partners Cross-Grade Sports and OurSpace were honored for their collaborative work in the West Philadelphia community.


When Young People Seem to Make Threats on Social Media, Do They Mean It?

A new app from SAFELab helps teachers, police, and journalists interpret social media posts by BIPOC youth and understand which threats may be real.


Communication Neuroscience Lab Visiting Undergraduate Students Present Research at Major Academic Conference

For ten weeks, Denise Cortés-Cortés from the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez and Arden Spehar from Vassar College were immersed...


Over a Third of Americans Worry About Getting the Flu, RSV, or COVID-19

Over a third of American adults worry that they or someone in their family will get the seasonal flu, COVID-19...


The Authenticity Industries: Q&A with Michael Serazio (Ph.D. ‘10)

In his new book, Serazio explores America’s fixation on being “real” and the industries dedicated to the careful cultivation of authenticity.