The United States and China are more closely connected than ever before, but surveys show that trust between the two countries has declined in the last three years. At a time when global collaborations are crucial for tackling issues like climate change, how can the US and China build trust despite differences in values, politics, and communication styles?
Two online publications associated with USC Annenberg have been nominated for Webby Awards, the leading international award for excellence on the Internet.
Blackstone Charitable Foundation announces entrepreneurship program including Annenberg Innovation Lab
The Blackstone Charitable Foundation announced last week another expansion of its campus entrepreneurship program, Blackstone LaunchPad, to Southern California. The three-year, $3.5-million partnership includes USC Annenberg and several other campuses: The University of California, Los Angeles, The University of California, Irvine, and The Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation...
The study was commissioned by Sundance Institute and Women In Film Los Angeles and was conducted by Stacy L. Smith, Ph.D., Katherine Pieper, Ph.D. and Marc Choueiti at USC Annenberg.
First-ever annual review of global public diplomacy trends; papal diplomacy leads CPD’s Top 10 list