Annenberg Center for Collaborative Communication
The Annenberg Center for Collaborative Communication (ANNCCC) enables scholars to think and work across institutional, geographic and disciplinary divides.
Jointly established by the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism and the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication, the center’s faculty and doctoral students seek to address emerging global issues broadly across the field of communication and media.
The first-of-its-kind center not only explores what “collaboration” means for the field of communication and media, but also provides critical infrastructure for reimagining and potentially revolutionizing how collaborative communication can be used to address complex issues such as health care, data privacy, cultural and demographic change, politics, new media, gender/racial equity and justice, media literacy and policy, journalistic trust, and the restructuring of media industries in an evolving age of streaming and networked distribution.
USC Annenberg and Annenberg Penn Professor Sarah Banet-Weiser — a leading scholar in feminist theory, race and the media, youth culture, popular and consumer culture, and citizenship and national identity — serves as the center’s director.
In the center’s inaugural year, we are working on programming, including:
Contact the Annenberg Center for Collaborative Communication at firstname.lastname@example.org.