Tag Archives: Communication

Annenberg’s first Institute on Diversity was a success this summer

Diversity can often be just a buzzword or an easily traded form of corporate capital, but it’s also an area of intense interest to those studying media and culture. For graduate students pursuing research in the field, there hadn’t been … Continue reading

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Inside USC Annenberg: Monday, October 7, 2013

USC Annenberg’s centers and programs focus on specific fields of research, conducting studies and producing projects that cover topics ranging from economics to the arts. See a recent list of those centers here. Each of these enterprises are constantly producing, … Continue reading

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Dean Wilson discusses communication scholarship in newly published essay

On Monday, July 29, Inside Higher Ed published an essay written by Annenberg Dean Ernest J. Wilson III titled Communication Scholars Need to Communicate.  The essay critiques communication scholars and the entire field through Wilson’s experiences in the past six years … Continue reading

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Annenberg alumna Amelia Brodka’s “Underexposed” to screen at Santa Monica Public Library

Annenberg alumna Amelia Brodka’s documentary, Underexposed, will be screening at the Santa Monica Public Library’s Martin Luther King Jr. Auditorium on July 27 at 6 p.m. The documentary showcases women skateboarders and addresses their underexposure across media and marketing platforms. … Continue reading

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Professors Fulk and Monge win Career of Outstanding Contributions Award

By Jackson DeMos Communication professors Janet Fulk and Peter Monge recently won the Academy of Management‘s Career of Outstanding Contributions Award in the Organizational Communication & Information Systems division. “In giving the award, we looked for preeminent scholars who have … Continue reading

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Trope dissects Hollywood and its meaning

Communication professor Alison Trope presented a talk on the multi-faceted nature of Hollywood in an April 9 Research Seminar held at USC Annenberg. Trope recently published a book titled “Stardust Monuments: The Saving and Selling of Hollywood” in which she discussed … Continue reading

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Architecture as Communication

By Laura Nelson Student Writer Los Angeles leaders in the creative world came to USC Annenberg on Thursday to discuss the role communication plays in the fields of art and architecture. The discussion, “Architecture as Communication,” took place in the … Continue reading

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Senior innovation adviser Ross: Technology and communication have sparked worldwide redistribution of power

By Laura Nelson Student Writer The fight for Internet freedom will be a major sticking point in international diplomacy in the next five years, a senior adviser to the secretary of state said Wednesday at USC Annenberg. During a forum … Continue reading

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Penn’s Krippendorff discusses “From Conversation to Discourse”

Communication professor Klaus Krippendorff from the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School Of Communication presented his topic, “From Conversation to Discourse,” in the Oct. 10 Annenberg Research Seminar. His presentation examined how conversation erodes into discourse and how the components of … Continue reading

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