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Meeting the Challenge of Vaccination Hesitancy: Q&A with Damon Centola

Can the study of network dynamics offer solutions for curbing the anti-vaccine movement?


Better Care for COVID Patients Through Virtual Reality

Kyle Cassidy helped create a virtual reality training video to teach doctors how to care for COVID-19 patients.

Antoine Haywood Receives 2020-21 Graduate Student Fellowship for Teaching Excellence

The fellowship is designed to help graduate students develop as teachers.


Statement of Support from the Annenberg Faculty

The standing faculty of the Annenberg School express their support for the Black members of our community.


Videos, Webinars and Lots of Feedback: Medical Training’s Shift Amid COVID-19

A new virtual reality training video helps doctors learn how to treat COVID-19 patients.

Undergraduate News

Scholarship Through the Lens of an Iconic Media Brand

A new course centered around HBO offered undergrads hands-on exposure to media production.

Graduate Student News

Leeann Siegel Wins 2020 Ackoff Fellowship

Siegel's project aims to understand the effects of media exposure on health risk behaviors.


Local News Volume Does Not Increase Pro-Social Behaviors During COVID-19

A new study from doctoral candidate Sean Fischer shows the limits of local news to overcome nationally polarized issues.


Comm Major Alum Jordan Grossman C’08 Pursues Career in Public Service

Grossman is running for City Council in Washington, D.C., where his family has lived for five generations.


Awards and Honors from ICA’s 2020 Annual Conference

Twenty-one faculty and students were recognized for their work.