Graduate Students

Celeste M. Wagner is a Ph.D. student and CARGC fellow at Annenberg. She is broadly interested in political communication and entertainment, and particularly in the role of the media in the shaping of...
Walter’s research is centered on the intersection between classic media effects theories, and novel computational social sciences methods. His research addresses the ways by which methods such as...
Alexander Williams Annenberg School for Communication UPenn ASC
Williams’ research explores how economic, political, and technological changes influence media innovation and political discourse. His research has been supported by fellowships from the National...
Chioma Woko is a first year doctoral student conducting health communication and social network research. She is interested in the use of social media as an avenue for public health interventions and...
Sijia Yang has been interested in applying computational data analytical methods to the study of message effects during online social interactions. In past research projects, he has compared and...
Tian Yang’s research interests include political communication and social networks. Before joining Annenberg, he received his B.E. degree in computer science and B.A. degree in journalism both from...
Young's research is situated at the nexus of political communication, media psychology, and public opinion, with a substantive focus on class and inequality and methodological expertise in...
Alvin Zhou is a first-year doctoral student at the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. Zhou is broadly interested in research on social networks, strategic...

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