Graduate Students

Portrait of Revati Prasad
Revati Prasad is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania and a Doctoral Fellow at the Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication....
Portrait of Farrah Rahaman
Farrah Rahaman is a doctoral student at the Annenberg School for Communication.
Portrait of John Remensperger
John Remensperger is interested in the relationship between communication technologies and political institutions, including political parties, interest groups, and advocacy organizations. He...
Portrait of Mohammed Salih
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,...
Doctoral student Kristen Shumaker at Annenberg School for Communication ASC UPenn
Shumaker is interested in using neuroimaging methods, including fMRI and fNIRS, to examine the neural mechanisms of message propagation, social influence and narrative persuasion in health messaging...
Portrait of Leeann Siegel
Leeann Siegel is a doctoral candidate at the Annenberg School for Communication. She is interested in health communication, with a particular interest in how communication environments and...
Portrait of Melissa Skolnick-Noguera
Melissa Skolnick-Noguera is a joint research fellow and doctoral student at the Annenberg School for Communication and the School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2). Since 2010, she has worked...
Portrait of Rachel Stonecipher
Stonecipher's dissertation project tracks the history of lesbian politics in academic discourse, 1980-present, tracing the discursive formations around "butch" and "femme" identities alongside the...
Portrait of Jazmyne Sutton
Jazmyne Sutton is interested in health communication, specifically the aspects of mediated messages that make them most effective. Her focus is on the way that individuals receive health information...
Portrait of Jeanna Sybert
Jeanna Sybert is interested in the ways visual artifacts and trends in the media are leveraged rhetorically in the contemporary political moment. Primarily, she is concerned with the changing ways...

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