Graduate Students

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
I am a computational social scientist, broadly interested in studying news consumption as a socio-political process. To gain a holistic understanding of how it works, I situate my doctoral research...
Portrait of Chloé Nurik
Chloé Nurik is a dual degree (Ph.D./J.D.) student at Annenberg and Penn Law. She researches freedom of expression protections and limitations, self-regulation of media industries, media advocacy, and...
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 interested in combining methods from neuroscience, network science and communications to understand how people engage with information in the new media landscape. He is...
Portrait of Rui Pei
Pei is interested in communication strategies that alter the health-related attitudes, opinions, and behaviors, especially areas such as adolescent decision-making, technology-based communications,...
Portrait of Yilang Peng
Yilang Peng is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication. His scholarship is at the intersection of emerging media, visual communication, science communication, and computational...
Portrait of Pawel Popiel
Pawel Popiel is interested in examining the way media are shaped through the interactions between media industries, state and nongovernmental institutions, and media users. This includes...
Portrait of Revati Prasad
Revati Prasad studies global media and technology, focusing on issues of information access, including infrastructure, policy (and the politics thereof), and the journalism industry. 

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