Graduate Students

Portrait of Florence Madenga
Florence Madenga studies journalistic practice broadly and comparatively construed, and how certain existing journalistic models and paradigms fall short in different cultural contexts, especially in...
Portrait of Brendan Mahoney
Brendan Mahoney is a young researcher who has become determined to one day understand the people around them. This desire originated in studies of critical theory and centered on inquiries into how...
Portrait of Lizzie Martin
Lizzie Martin is a joint Ph.D. student at the Annenberg School for Communication and the Department of Political Science interested in international political communication and diplomacy. Martin ...
Portrait of Muira McCammon
Muira McCammon studies the media, the military, and the relationship between the two.  Prior to beginning the doctoral program and under the auspices of the Beinecke Scholarship, McCammon received...
Portrait of Hanna Morris
Hanna E. Morris researches media, culture, and climate change. Morris is an Appointed Member on the Board of Directors for the International Environmental Communication Association. She completed her...
Portrait of Subhayan Mukerjee
Subhayan Mukerjee is a computational social scientist, broadly interested in studying news consumption as a socio-political process. To gain a holistic understanding of how it works, he situate his...
Portrait of Chloé Nurik
Chloé Nurik is a dual degree (Ph.D./J.D.) candidate at Annenberg and Penn Law. She researches freedom of expression protections and limitations, self-regulation of media industries, media advocacy,...
Portrait of Samantha Oliver
Samantha Oliver is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. Her work involves approaching monuments, memorials museums, and commemorative...
Portrait of Prateekshit Pandey
Prateekshit (pruh-TEEK-shit) Pandey is a member of the Communication Neuroscience Lab at the Annenberg School, where he explores the effect of political humor on a variety of behavioral outcomes, and...
Portrait of Jacob Parelman
Jacob (Jake) Parelman is broadly interested in how group psychology leads to perceptual and behavioral biasses. Currently his research is applied to understanding political polarization between ...

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