Traci Gillig will be earning her Ph.D. in communication from USC Annenberg at Friday’s commencement, but she won’t have long to celebrate. She’s already been hired as an assistant professor of communication at Washington State University.
Siddharth Pandey, an international student from Dubai, talks about how the personal relationships he was able to form with his professors and peers, coupled with learning how to think on his feet while creating dynamic PR campaigns, shaped his two years in the Master of Arts in Strategic Public Relations Program at USC Annenberg.
“Every day I think, ‘Am I doing right by the institution and by journalists? Am I doing what I need to do to preserve credibility and integrity of the industry?’” said POLITICO Editor Carrie Budoff Brown to a packed audience in the Wallis Annenberg Hall Forum last month.
Do liberals enjoy the same TV shows as conservatives? Do they experience similar emotions while viewing their favorite shows? A new study by the Norman Lear Center’s Media Impact Project, titled “Are You What You Watch? Tracking the Political Divide Through TV Preferences,” looks for connections between media diets and political beliefs, tracking changes from 2008 to 2018.
“I think what I’ve learned from working on Moonlight is, we see what happens when you persecute people,” Mahershala Ali said as he accepted the 2017 Screen Actors Guild Award for outstanding performance by a male actor in a supporting role
Three USC Annenberg students were among the Trojans honored April 9 at the university’s 38th annual Academic Honors Convocation. Held at Town and Gown on the University Park Campus, the event recognizes the outstanding scholarship and achievements of USC students, faculty, alumni and other members of the Trojan Family
When The Force Report, a database that collects information about police use of force in New Jersey, released a major announcement in mid-November 2018, reporter Disha Raychaudhuri of NJ Advance Media was ready to crunch the numbers.
Alumni earn Pulitzer Prize honors