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Kikut and Maddocks Named Provost’s Graduate Academic Engagement Fellows

During the two year fellowship, Kikut and Maddocks will both study aspects of adolescence.

Graduate Student News

Do Liberals Make Moral Connections Through Pop Culture?

Doctoral candidate Megan Genovese studies the intersections of politics and popular culture.

Faculty News

Andy Tan Studies How Messaging Campaigns Can Promote Health Equity

An Annenberg alum, Tan will join the faculty as an associate professor on July 1.

Faculty News

David Lydon-Staley Studies the Small Moments that Shape Human Behavior

Lydon-Staley will join the Annenberg School faculty as an assistant professor in July.

Graduate Student News

Herbert Named 2020 Mirzayan Fellow at National Academies

She will study science and technology policy and the role that scientists and engineers play in advising the nation.

Research

Signaling the Trustworthiness of Science

How can researchers best communicate that their work follows the norms of science?

Faculty News

Communication Neuroscience Scholar Emily Falk Promoted to Full Professor

She is an innovative and collaborative scholar, a thoughtful teacher, and a committed supporter of young researchers.

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Bleakley Receives Grant to Study Youth Consumption of Sugary Beverages

She will develop media messages aimed at reducing adolescent consumption of sports and energy drinks.

Research

Black and Hispanic Teens See Risky Behaviors on Social Media, but Few Actually Post about Them.

A new study from alum Robin Stevens and researcher Amy Bleakley surveyed youth about their social media experiences.

Research

Pictorial Warning Messages on Cigarette Packs Are Most Effective When Diseased Body Parts and Testimonials Are Included, New Study Finds

Researchers analyzed over 300 pictorial warning labels to determine which features are most effective at getting smokers to quit.