Fall/Winter 2019

Thought for food

Going beyond the plate to explore issues of community, identity and food justice.

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Fall/Winter 2019 Features and Columns

Shine a light

Leveraging communication strategies has never been more critical to advancing an open conversation about mental health in our communities.

It’s sensitive

Preparing communicators to protect their intellectual property through rigorous digital security practices.

Planning the perfect schedule

Noriko Kelley breaks barriers as first woman to head planning and scheduling at a broadcast network.

‘Say it again’

Looking at memes through an academic lens.

Emmanuel Martinez digs into the data

Work on housing discrimination won alumnus numerous accolades.

Shredding perceptions

An exploration of culture and identity through a fusion of skateboards with traditional Iranian art.

New normal

Teens join USC Annenberg and Common Sense in Mexico City for discussion of new global study on mobile device use.

The Trojan Family steps in

When student loans, scholarships and part-time jobs aren’t enough, Student Success and Emergency Aid Funds can help.

Walking the walk

Willow Bay
Dean and Walter H. Annenberg Chair in Communication

This Fall, we were excited to welcome our new president, Dr. Carol L. Folt, along with new leadership, including Provost Charles Zukoski and USC Annenberg alumnus Glenn Osaki, who is serving as the university’s first chief communications officer. Dr. Folt is beginning to share her priorities, and it is abundantly clear that students are at the center of every decision she makes.

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About the USC Annenberg Magazine

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