Veteran radio journalist Dan Gorenstein is being collaboratively supported by three University of Pennsylvania entities, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and the California Health Care Foundation in the launch of a new media outlet producing in-depth podcast reports analyzing topical health care issues.
A new center at the Annenberg School will focus on the implications of the ever-increasing merger of the digital and the physical in our lives.
ScholarlyCommons is the University of Pennsylvania's open-access online home for academic work, including journal articles, dissertations, and research papers. Below are a few facts and graphics showcasing the Annenberg School's contributions to ScholarlyCommons.
ScholarlyCommons contains more than 1200 papers authored by Annenberg faculty and students. These have been downloaded over 1.5 million times since January 2008.
As part of an ongoing University-wide initiative to foster diversity and inclusion, the Excellence Through Diversity Fund, awarded annually by the Provost’s office, provides Penn faculty with resources to launch interdisciplinary projects related to diversity and inclusion. When Ezekiel Dixon-Román first received the grant in the 2016-17 academic year, he had precisely this type of forward-thinking project idea in mind.
Based on fieldwork she conducted at border sites in Texas, California, and Mexico in early 2018, former CARGC Undergraduate Fellow Julia Becker C'18 examines the political climate in the U.S. and Mexico, rhetoric about immigration, and how street art functions as protest.
As Professor of Communication, Psychology, and Marketing and director of the Communication Neuroscience Lab, Falk uses imaging techniques like fMRI to unlock the unconscious and hidden dynamics in the brain that shape our thinking.
CARGC Briefs Volume I: ISIS Media is comprised of short essays that began as presentations at a small, by-invitation workshop entitled “Emerging Work on Communicative Dimensions of Islamic State.”
It’s not hard to accept the idea that a journal article or a book fits the definition of “scholarship.” But what about a film? Or a podcast? Or dance?
The aim of CAMRA at the University of Pennsylvania is to support students doing multimodal research, and whose output can be represented by images and sounds, rather than just the printed page. As one of the group’s core activities, CAMRA’s collective of graduate students serve as mentors to an annually-chosen group of undergraduate fellows.
Jin Woo Kim, who received his Ph.D. from the Annenberg School in 2016, has spent the last two years as a postdoctoral research fellow at Dartmouth College’s Program in Quantitative Social Science.
President Amy Gutmann and Provost Wendell Pritchett are pleased to announce the appointment of Duncan Watts as the University of Pennsylvania’s twenty-third Penn Integrates Knowledge University Professor, effective July 1, 2019.