The USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism announced this week that applications are now being accepted for Knight Grants for Reporting on Religion and American Public Life.
As part of USC Annenberg’s diversity initiative, the School of Journalism began educating new students this academic year with a “Fault Lines” approach that teaches them to better recognize race, class, gender/sexual orientation, generation and geography when reporting
The collaborative grant, awarded to USC Annenberg's Metamorphosis Project, aims to create an implementation strategy for redevelopment in northeast Los Angeles and use Metamorphosis’ Communication Infrastructure Approach
Olympic athlete, WWII hero and subject of top-selling biography Louis Zamperini to visit Fellenzer's class
20 additional spots are open in Jeff Fellenzer's class to hear Louis Zamperini, the subject of author Laura Hillenbrand's best-selling book "Unbroken," speak about his remarkable life
USC Annenberg and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) announced today that applications are now being accepted for the seventh annual Arts Journalism Institute in Theater and Musical Theater
In a "Science" article, doctoral student Martin Hilbert calculates the world’s total technological capacity
Communication Management student Sarah Erickson advances to final round of three in Academy/mtvU “Oscars Correspondent Contest”
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and mtvU, MTV’s 24-hour college network, announced that USC students Sarah Erickson (Communication Management '11) and Joel Kutz are one of three teams nationwide to advance to the final stage of the 2011 Oscars Correspondent Contest. The grand prize-winning team — which is based on public voting — will be revealed at a Feb. 26 Academy press conference.
The public can vote for Sarah Erickson and her contest partner Joel Kutz until Jan. 28