The California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowships at USC Annenberg today announced journalism awards totaling almost $58,000 to support investigative and explanatory reporting projects on topics including the...
USC Annenberg faculty, students and alumni need to start building some shelves for the numerous accolades they earned this week.
USC Annenberg Professor Emeritus Félix Gutiérrez was honored Tuesday, June 24 with a scroll presented by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors.
USC Annenberg faculty and Ph.D. student collaboration wins National Institutes of Health video contest
Research on tranforming cancer knowledge through narrative has won the National Institutes of Health Common Fund 10-Year Commemoration Video Contest.
In recognition of their hard work, four USC Annenberg graduate students were recently awarded USC Graduate School Fellowships for the upcoming school year.
Truthdig, a political news website founded by USC Annenberg professor Robert Scheer and alumna Zuade Kaufman, won the Webby People’s Voice Award for best political blog for 2014.
This year’s award was won by a team from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, whose “Deadly Delays” series documented how delays in newborn screenings at hospitals across the country put babies at risk for disability and even death.
Two online publications associated with USC Annenberg have been nominated for Webby Awards, the leading international award for excellence on the Internet.