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What Is Deepfake Porn and Why Is It Thriving in the Age of AI?

With rapid advances in AI, the public is increasingly aware that what you see on your screen may not be...


A Message to the Annenberg Community on the Supreme Court Affirmative Action Ruling

Interim Dean Michael X. Delli Carpini reaffirms Annenberg's commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion.


People with a Conspiracy Mindset Resist Childhood Vaccination, Study Shows

In a new study, Professors Dan Romer and Kathleen Hall Jamieson of the Annenberg Public Policy Center examined the role that having a conspiracy mindset in 2021 played in reluctance to vaccinate children in 2022.

Graduate Student News

At the National Liberty Museum, People’s Browsing History Is on Display Through Art

Recent Ph.D. Roopa Vasudevan created a browser extension that transforms a person’s portrait based on the websites they visited.


Research Identifies Factors That Make Correcting Misinformation About Science More Successful

A new study from PIK Professor Dolores Albarracín and Research Associate Man-pui Sally Chan investigates effective ways to correct misinformation about science.


Ukraine From Revolution to War — In Photos

An exhibit on display at the Annenberg School shows conflict and resilience in Ukraine, as documented by Ukrainian and American photojournalists.


When Child Care and Domestic Gig Workers Have Problems, Where Do They Turn?

A new study from Professor Julia Ticona and doctoral candidate Ryan Tsapatsaris uncovers the online spaces where domestic workers and their clients talk about using


Annenberg Scholars Honored at the 2023 ICA Conference in Toronto

Fifteen members of the Annenberg community received awards for their public engagement. best dissertation, top papers and more.


New Report Comprehensively Reviews the State of Extended Reality (XR) Research

Most of us interact with virtual technologies in our everyday lives, whether it’s scanning a QR code to see a...

Faculty News

New Chair to Honor Professor Emeritus Carolyn Marvin

Computational social scientist Sandra González-Bailón will be known as the Carolyn Marvin Professor of Communication.