USC Annenberg’s Center on Communication Leadership and Policy (CCLP), together with partners from across USC, is launching an innovative training program that empowers election and campaign officials nationwide to reinforce their defenses against digital attacks that may affect the integrity and outcome of elections.
Even before Ruby Yuan set foot on campus, he knew what type of education he wanted to get. The journalism major, who will be graduating in 2020, was interested to find the intersection between journalism and technology and he knew USC Annenberg was the place to explore this.
Eighteen journalists from around the nation will be at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism this week to take part in the Center for Health Journalism’s 2019 Data Fellowship. The highly selective program, which runs from Oct. 23-26, helps reporters gain investigative data skills through an intensive four-day series of workshops. It also provides six months of one-on-one mentoring by some of the best data journalists in the country and grants of $2,000 to help underwrite reporting and data acquisition.
After World War II, when the Japanese American community returned to Los Angeles after having been forced into internment camps, St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in Koreatown opened its doors to those who had nowhere else to go. Now, thanks to some committed Trojans, the church is once again opening its doors — this time for college students who don’t have a place to sleep at night.
The USC Annenberg Innovation Lab (AnnLab) has launched a fellowship program to empower social entrepreneurs, artists, organizers, scholars, and others to increase awareness, understanding, and engagement around pressing areas of public interest — with particular attention to underrepresented communities. The fellows are all emerging leaders in leveraging popular culture, media, and technology for social progress, and come from diverse perspectives, communities, and areas of practice.
When Houston-area native Kaleigh Finnie was searching for the ideal college experience back in 2013, it quickly became clear that USC was the best fit.
Roberto Suro is taking his research into the challenges that recent flows of asylum seekers pose for many Western democracies on the road.
USC Annenberg names 20 National Fellows and awards grants for reporting on health and child well-being
The Center for Health Journalism at USC Annenberg will welcome 20 journalists from around the nation to the University of Southern California on July 28 for five days of intensive training to improve their coverage of vulnerable children and families and community health