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Clinician Peer Networks Remove Race and Gender Bias

A University of Pennsylvania study published today in Nature Communications offers striking evidence that network science can be used to...

Ph.D. Student Chioma Woko Wins Dissertation Award

Doctoral candidate Chioma Woko has won a dissertation award from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s Health Policy Research Scholars (HPRS)...

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Annenberg Welcomes Two New Secondary Faculty Members

PIK professor Kevin B. Johnson and Damon J. Phillips, a Professor at the Wharton School, join the Annenberg community as secondary faculty.

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Mandates Likely Work to Increase Vaccine Uptake

Rather than causing a backlash, vaccination requirements will succeed at getting more people inoculated, according to research from PIK Professor Dolores Albarracín and colleagues at Penn.

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Believability in the Wake of #MeToo

What does it take to be believed? Professor Sarah Banet-Weiser analyzes representations of sexual violence survivorship in recent TV shows to explore how and why believing women remains a contentious cultural battle.

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Forging Scholarship and Identity Through Family Memories, Afrofuturism, and 1,600 Vinyl Records

As part of his ongoing exploration into multimodal scholarship, doctoral student Antoine Haywood pairs his newly published autoethnographic essay with a curated soundtrack.

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Two Multilingual Films by Juan Castrillón Premiere Virtually

Rehavi (Timekeepers) and Kiraiñia (Long Flutes), directed by Juan Castrillón, are showcased on The Screening Room, an open-access film series.

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What is Code Switching? Q&A With Darin Johnson

In this Q&A, doctoral student Darin Johnson explores the mental processes behind code switching and their implications.

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Amy Siskind Donates The Weekly List Collection to the Annenberg School Library

In addition to archiving the website, Annenberg will house Siskind's podcasts, video, and related personal memorabilia.

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One in Three Americans Say They Might Consider Abolishing or Limiting Supreme Court

An Annenberg Public Policy Center survey found sharp increases in Americans willing to abolish or limit the nation's highest court if it makes decisions with which they or Congress disagreed.