An investigative journalist and a social media expert were two of the many highlights at USC Annenberg's Trojan Parents Weekend events Friday, where the discussions ranged from political scandals and death threats to Facebook, job applications and Internet piracy
The School hosts more than a dozen leading journalism minds in Los Angeles and on campus this week for a summit on the future of journalism schools
McCormick Foundation awards Intersections $95,000 to continue news and media-mentoring program in South LA
The McCormick Foundation announced it will award a $95,000 grant to Intersections: The South Los Angeles Report, a program of the USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism
Author and computer scientist Jaron Lanier, who Time Magazine named one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2010, visited USC Annenberg from Sept. 13 to 15 as this year's “Innovator-in-Residence."
To mark the opening of USC Annenberg’s new Innovation Lab, organizers are kicking off a design competition that aims to recruit and showcase the university’s best student-led, collaborative innovations.
Dean Ernest J. Wilson III and the USC Annenberg School welcome new and returning students to the 2010-2011 academic year. Almost 600 new students —including almost 300 undergraduates and almost 300 graduate students — are enrolled for the fall semester. There are eighteen first-year doctoral students.
USC Annenberg mourns the death of Tim Miller, who worked at the School for 12 years, including more than eight as a full-time employee in the Facilities and Technology, Multimedia Technologies department
The iPad tablet computer has changed the way many people consume news, but a journalism class starting this fall taught by professor Bill Celis will explore how the iPad might also change the way news is created