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Ten years later, examining the Occupy movement’s legacy

For Jessa Lingel, a decade after Occupy Wall Street’s beginnings presented an opportunity for reflection, which she led this fall semester in a new course.


Brief Intervention Increased Physical Activity in African American Men Living with HIV

Participants improved both their aerobic and muscle strengthening activities, which could help them live longer and more active lives.


Emphasizing Short-Term Effects Can Help Prevent and Reduce Youth Smoking

A recent study by Annenberg researchers finds that anti-tobacco campaigns focused on tangible, short-term consequences are a promising way to prevent young people from smoking and encouraging them to quit.

Faculty News

Faculty Profile: Sarah J. Jackson, Ph.D.

Get to know Jackson, a Presidential Associate Professor and co-director of the Media, Inequality and Change Center.

Call for Submissions

COMPASS Summer Fellowship Program Now Accepting Applications for 2022

Applications for the Consortium on Media Policy Studies Summer Fellowship Program in Washington, D.C. are due January 7, 2022.


What Big Data Reveals About Online Extremism

Homa Hosseinmardi and her colleagues at Penn’s Computational Social Science Lab studied browsing data from 300,000 Americans to gain insights into how online radicalization occurs — and to help develop solutions.

In Memoriam

Annenberg Community Mourns the Passing of Staff Member Marley Goldschmidt

Annenberg’s Associate Director of Finance, Marley was admired by all who knew her and will be greatly missed.

Graduate Student News

Ph.D. Student Louisa Lincoln Selected as 2021 Lipman Fellow

Doctoral student Louisa Lincoln has been named as one of 12 Lipman Fellows at the University of Pennsylvania for the...


CARGC Press Releases CARGC Paper 16 by Toni Walker

The Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication at the Annenberg School for Communication is proud to present CARGC Paper...