Graduate Students

Jonathan Pace recently defended his dissertation at the Annenberg School for Communication, writing on digital economy, internet culture, and social theory. His dissertation is a comparative study of...
Prateekshit (pruh-TEEK-shit) Pandey is a member of the Communication Neuroscience Lab at the Annenberg School, where he explores various cognitive neuroscience applications to health communication. ...
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...
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,...
Yilang Peng is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication. His research interest is at the intersection among visual communication, computational social science, and human-...
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...
Revati Prasad studies global media and technology, focusing on issues of information access, including infrastructure, policy (and the politics thereof), and the journalism industry. 
John Remensperger is interested in the relationship between communication technologies and political institutions, including political parties, interest groups, and advocacy organizations. He...
Mohammed A. Salih is a doctoral student at the Annenberg School for Communication. He is primarily interested in extremist movements in the Middle East, and also the intersection of media, politics,...
Christin Scholz is a doctoral candidate in the Communication Neuroscience Laboratory (PI Dr. Emily Falk) at the Annenberg School for Communication. Her work focuses on innovative, mixed-methodology...

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