Celeste M. Wagner
Celeste M. Wagner is a Ph.D. student and CARGC fellow at Annenberg. She is broadly interested in political communication and entertainment, and particularly in the role of the media in the shaping of attitudes and behavior around social issues. She received her bachelor's degree in Communication from Universidad de San Andrés in Argentina, her home country. Prior to attending Annenberg, she was Research Coordinator at MESO Argentina (Center for the Study of Media and Society in Argentina), co-directed by Pablo J. Boczkowski (Professor, Northwestern University) and Eugenia Mitchelstein (Professor, Universidad de San Andrés).
Wagner is also very passionate about teaching. In 2015, she received the Universidad de San Andrés' Teaching Award, given to the best Teaching Assistant at the university, where she taught the courses "Introduction to Communication," "History of 'Mediatization," and "Social Research Methods" (2014-2016).
She is also a member of the Graduate Advisory Board at the Latin American and Latino Studies Program at Penn and the Annenberg School's representative at GAPSA (Graduate Student Assembly at Penn) for the academic year 2018-2019.
Celeste M. Wagner is a doctoral student and CARGC fellow at the Annenberg School for Communication.