“When I first started interrogating Google’s output, it was incredibly unpopular,” Safiya Noble said. “I got a lot of pushback from people in academia and people in industry who said, ‘Google is the peoples’ company.”
Cultural historian Josh Kun will be chair’s inaugural holder
The best part of a day of service? It usually turns into a day of learning and inspiration.
The Trojan Debate Squad, USC’s oldest chartered student organization, is gaining momentum. It teaches critical analysis and reasoned argument during an era of trolls and “fake news.”
There are thousands of panel discussions held on college campuses each year, and most have a well-worn look and feel: chairs arranged on stage, occupied by academics. But when Alison Trope, USC Annenberg clinical professor of communication and director of undergraduate studies, was given the opportunity to curate a series of events on fashion, she began by turning the topic inside out, re-imagining the very presentation of scholarly thought.
Mike Baker and Justin Mayo of the Seattle Times have won the 2018 Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting for their series “Quantity of Care.”
This May, USC Annenberg will debut a new Maymester program in Los Angeles offering students the opportunity to explore the evolution and future of sports media industries, including eSports, while enhancing their understanding of career possibilities.
USC Annenberg launches Health Journalism Impact Fund with support from the California Wellness Foundation
The USC Annenberg School of Journalism today announced the launch of the Center for Health Journalism Impact Fund, which supports results-focused, explanatory and investigative reporting on the health of underserved communities.