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9/11, 20 Years Later

Barbie Zelizer joined experts across the University to share her thoughts on how 9/11 transformed her field, her research, and the world.

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Annenberg Film “Emile” Accepted Into Two Film Festivals

The short film about peace and conflict researcher Emile Bruneau will feature in the Global Peace Film Festival and the Morehouse Human Rights Film Festival.

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Annenberg Conversations to Focus on Gender in 2021-2022 Academic Year

Conversations will examine the current state of sexism, homophobia, and transphobia in various sectors of society.

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Annenberg and SP2 Launch New Digital Media Executive Education Program

It’s designed for media industry professionals, activists, community organizers, nonprofit leaders, and social entrepreneurs looking to build mission-aligned digital media strategies.

Research

Women Are Under-Cited and Men Are Over-Cited in Communication

An analysis of citations in 14 Communication journals found that men are over-cited and women are under-cited, especially in papers authored by men.

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Study Finds Surprising Source of Social Influence

Want to promote your new product or trigger a shift in thinking? Steer clear of the influencers.

Graduate Student News

Annenberg Penn and USC Annenberg Host Summer Doctoral Institute on Difference in Media and Culture

Over four days, Ph.D. students from both schools workshopped their research on diversity and representation in media and culture.

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P.O. Box 34: Penn Students Connect with Incarcerated Writers

Incarcerated writers who choose to participate in the program are paired up with a Penn undergraduate student who corresponds with them about their work.

Alumni

Fashina Aladé (C'11) Delivers 2021 Annenberg Graduation Speech

Aladé encouraged graduates to be open to new possibilities, say “yes” when it feels right, and build community.