Annenberg Communication Professors Janet Fulk and Peter Monge recently published an article entitled “The Emergence and Evolution of Social Networking Sites as...
Name: Paromita Sengupta
Hometown: Kolkata, India
Undergraduate/Graduate Institutions: Jadavpur University (BA in English, MA in English); University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (MA in Media Studies)
Research Area: Humour, prank culture, participatory politics
Publications/Presentations while at USC Annenberg: Upcoming presentation at the...
Name: Tisha Dejmanee
Year: Fifth, All But Dissertation
Hometown: Sydney, Australia
Undergraduate/Graduate Institutions: University of New South Wales, University of Sydney
Research Area: Gender and Digital Media
Dissertation Topic: Performing Femininity and Feminist Resistance on Food Blogs
Peer Reviewed Journals:
Rhode, F. and...
Name: Sandra K. Evans
Graduation Year: 2014
Current Position: Assistant Professor of Communication at California State Polytechnic University Pomona (aka Cal Poly Pomona)
Research Area: Organizational Communication; Organizational Change; Communication Technology; Media Organizations
Recent Publications and Lectures:
Evans, S. K. (In press). Staying...
Name: George Villanueva
Graduation Year: 2014
Current Position: Assistant Professor of Advocacy and Social Change, School of Communication, Loyola University Chicago
Research Areas: Advocacy and Social Change; Engaged Scholarship; Community-Based Research; Urban Communication; Visual Communication; Urban Planning and Development; Democracy; Space and Place; Public...
Emeritus Professor Walt Fisher awarded SDSU School of Communication Outstanding Alumni Award.
Former USC Annenberg School of Communication Director and Emeritus Professor Walter Fisher received the Outstanding Alumni Award from the San Diego State University School of Communication. The award was presented to...
Name: Brittany Farr
Year: 6th; ABD
Hometown: West Grove, PA
Undergraduate Institution: Harvard College
Research Areas: Media Studies; Critical Race Theory; Feminist Theory
Dissertation Topic: The legacy of the 1965 Moynihan Report in legislation, public policy, and popular culture.
Recent publications and presentations: