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Data Artist and Doctoral Student Roopa Vasudevan Finds Creative Ways to Tell Untold Stories

She collects data about important issues and creates visually appealing ways to convey it to others.


Former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler Delivered the 2018 Annenberg Lecture

Wheeler discussed the connection between the wealthy industrial barons of the early 1900s and today's tech moguls.

Faculty News

Culture and Technology Scholar Julia Ticona Studies the Promise and Perils of the Gig Economy

Ticona begins today as an assistant professor of communication at the Annenberg School.

Jennifer R. Henrichsen Awarded Fellowship from Tow Center for Digital Journalism at Columbia University

As a fellow, Henrichsen will consider how concerns about surveillance are changing journalists’ digital newsgathering practices.


New Report Finds Partisan Politics Drives Americans' Attitudes On Surveillance

Political ideology impacts how Americans feel about surveillance far more than do income, age, gender, and race/ethnicity.


Lokman Tsui (Ph.D. '10) Interviews Oscar Gandy on Personal Data Protection, Privacy, and Surveillance

Gandy studies privacy and surveillance and is the author of The Panoptic Sort.

Faculty News

Price Publishes New Edited Volume, Speech and Society in Turbulent Times

The book considers how societies address the relationship between expression, traditional and societal values, and new technologies.

Call for Papers: ICA Preconference on Data and Publics

Submit papers that critically rethink the meaning and practices of publics and public communication.


Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication, Second Edition Edited by Paul Messaris and Lee Humphreys (Ph.D. ‘07)

The book boasts a wide range of scholars as contributors, including 11 with Annenberg connections.

Graduate Student News

Maris and Shapiro Awarded Internships with Microsoft Research Labs

Maris will intern with the Social Media Collective, and Shapiro with the Society, Ethics and AI working group.