Graduate Students

Ope studies mediated labor, privacy and media governance. She is a National Fellow of the Jefferson Scholars Foundation and received the Ambrose Monell Foundation Fellowship in Technology and...
Elisa Baek is broadly interested in communication neuroscience and seeks to combine neurocognitive methods with experimental designs. She is particularly interested in investigating the...
David Elliot Berman is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication. His dissertation research addresses the ways that social media platforms are reshaping journalism by analyzing...
Lauren Bridges conducts research at the intersection of media, technology, and policy; her interests include media industries, digital labor, global media systems, digital methods, and the political...
Yasemin Yusufoff Celikkol studies global communication with an emphasis on transnational media, geopolitics, and culture, spanning the Balkans, Turkey, Russia, and Central Asia. Celikkol pursued her...
Zane Griffin Talley Cooper's research lies primarily in the history, maintenance, and sustainability of digital communication infrastructures. He is particularly interested in the geopolitical,...
Jasmine Norkunas Erdener is a doctoral candidate in the Annenberg School for Communication, specializing in gender and identity, digital media studies, and activism. She graduated with high honors...
Kecheng FANG (方可成) is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Pennsylvania. His research interests include political communication and journalism, mainly in the...
Elisabetta Ferrari is interested in the relationship between social movements, protest, and digital technologies; she researches the ways in which activists think about technology and its role in...
Sean Fischer comes to the Annenberg School for Communication with an interdisciplinary background that he hopes to continue to put to use. Broadly, his past work has belonged to Cultural Studies and...

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