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Three Annenberg Doctoral Candidates Awarded 2024 Sachs Program Grants

Azsaneé Truss, Cienna Davis, and Melissa B. Skolnick-Noguera were all awarded funding for creative projects from the Sachs Program for Arts Innovation.

Faculty News

Dolores Albarracín Elected to 2023 Class of AAAS Fellows

Albarracín is being recognized for her contributions to social psychology, public health, and science communication.

Faculty News

Julia Ticona Awarded National Endowment for the Humanities Grant to Study Generative AI

Ticona and Caitlin Petre of Rutgers University will explore how generative artificial intelligence tools affect those working in creative and cultural fields.


Collaborating to Advance Health Communication

As a generation of pioneering scholars retired, several new hires are working together to continue Annenberg’s legacy as a leader in Health Communication.


Atmospheric Scientist and Science Communicator J. Marshall Shepherd delivers 2024 Annenberg Lecture

Shepherd discussed the complex problem of climate change and the importance of communicating it clearly.


Cerianne Robertson Named 2024-26 George Gerbner Postdoctoral Fellow

At USC Annenberg, Robertson has studied media narratives and discourses that sustain power relations, particularly for cites and sports mega-events.


Experiencing Extreme Weather Predicts Support for Policies to Mitigate Effects of Climate Change

A new survey from the Annenberg Public Policy Center finds that exposure to severe weather is associated with greater support for policies that address the effects of climate change.


Psychologist and Neuroscientist Emily Falk to Lead APPC’s New Climate Communication Division

As part of its 30th anniversary celebration, the Annenberg Public Policy Center (APPC) has opened a new area of research, the Climate Communication division.

Undergraduate News

Communication Major Crystal Marshall (C’24) Wins Thouron Award

The award will allow Marshall to study Film Programming and Curating at the University of London, Birbeck.


Art Matters: Sam Maitin’s ‘Celebration’ Mural

The artist known as Philadelphia’s ‘Mayor of the Arts’ created the 17 colorful, playful pieces specifically for the Annenberg School for Communication.