Arturo Sierra (BA, communication, ’21) brings his Amazon bestseller, Fates of the Few, to life by utilizing all his creative, marketing and communication skills. The young adult fantasy adventure series, produced by his Fun Flow Publishing company, aims to help reluctant readers by making books as accessible and diverse as possible. Learn more about Fates of the Few and Fun Flow Publishing at...
Daniel Prince (BA, Journalism ’00; MCG, Communication Management ’02) and Professor Miki Turner to receive honors from the USC Black Alumni Association
Daniel Prince will receive the 2023 Black Alum of the Year Award. Miki Turner and Kiesha Nix also will be recognized .
On Aug. 8, USC Annenberg alumna Rachel Scott reached a career milestone that only a select few journalists ever attain: For the first time as an official White House correspondent, she asked a direct question of the president of the United States.
Rachel Scott. Photo courtesy of Rachel Scott At an impromptu press conference at...
At the Aug. 26 virtual Lunch with a Leader event, Elizabeth Luke of Pinterest shared her thoughts on how to keep one’s career fresh and exciting. “Always be interviewing so that you know your own value,” she told an audience of nearly 100 USC Annenberg students and recent alumni via Zoom. “Once I don't feel valued anymore, I just move on to the next opportunity and learn something new.”...
USC Annenberg students and alumni honored with L.A. Press Club’s National Arts and Entertainment Journalism Awards
Ampersand, an arts and culture digital magazine produced by students in the master of specialized journalism (the arts) program won four awards at the 11th annual Los Angeles Press Club’s National Arts and Entertainment Journalism Awards on Dec. 2
Callie Schweitzer’s Twitter bio reads, “internet person” and “media and technology nerd” — descriptors that couldn’t be more authentic. After all, the USC Annenberg alumna’s feed has been named one of Time’s 140 Best Twitter Feeds in the World, and she has twice made the Forbes 30 under 30 list.
The philanthropist and Trojan alumna brings her business acumen and passion for community service to the university’s governing board.