As journalism professor Diane Winston (pictured) contemplated how and where to teach her students the relevance of religion and politics, she could think of no destination more significant, complicated and immediate than Israel and the West Bank. After a nine-day trip there last month, the work of her 13 graduate students is now being picked up by the Huffington Post, the Global Post, KPCC online, The Salt Lake Tribune and Religion News Service
USC Annenberg and Center for Investigative Reporting produce multimedia series “Hunger in the Golden State”
Investigative series reveals escalating hunger crisis in California
Exploring a new model to increase investigative reporting coverage in the United States, USC Annenberg and the Center for Investigative Reporting partnered to produce an online multimedia project about the Iraq war’s impact on Southern California. The project was produced by a mix of graduate and undergraduate students in a class taught by journalism professor Sandy Tolan
Annenberg Radio News -– a new Web site with audio stories written and broadcast by students –- is now online. Listen to stories about Michael Moore’s recent USC visit, reaction to the Presidential Election, and other work. The staff includes students from the Public Radio News Production class (Journalism 409) taught by journalism professor, NPR commentator and ABC News correspondent Judy Muller (pictured).
Jesse Aron , a senior broadcast journalism student at the USC Annenberg School for Communication, is the 2005 recipient of the Chick Hearn Memorial Scholarship . The $5,000 scholarship is funded by an endowment established by the Los Angeles Lakers in memory of legendary sports broadcaster Chick Hearn, who died in 2002.
USC Annenberg welcomes new undergraduate and graduate students for the Fall 2005 semester. Classes begin Monday, August 22 . In addition to nearly 200 new undergraduate communication, journalism, and public relations students, USC Annenberg is enrolling 19 new Ph.D students and nearly 200 students beginning coursework for master's degrees in communication management , global communication ,...
Print journalism graduate student Daniel Konecky has been awarded a $5,000 Bayliss Radio Scholarship for the 2005-06 academic year. Conferred by The John Bayliss Broadcast Foundation, these awards recognize students for their "academic achievement and extracurricular radio activities, their passion for radio and their desire to contribute to the overall advancement of the radio industry." This...