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    * USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism *

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    (Wikipedia) - USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism Annenberg Building on the edge of Founder''s ParkEntrance to the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism

    The USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism comprises a School of Communication and a School of Journalism at the University of Southern California (USC). It is led by Dean Ernest J. Wilson III, Ph.D.

    USC Annenberg was established in 1971 through the support of Ambassador Walter H. Annenberg. The USC Department of Communication Arts and Sciences and the School of Journalism became part of USC Annenberg in 1994. The Annenberg School offers a range of academic and professional degrees. The School of Communication offers a Ph.D. program.

    Ambassador Annenberg’s mission statement remains the central focus of the Annenberg School:

    Every human advancement or reversal can be understood through communication. The right to free communication carries with it the responsibility to respect the dignity of others, and this must be recognized as irreversible. Educating students to communicate this message effectively and to be of service to all people is the enduring mission of this school.

    During Dean Geoffrey Cowan''s leadership (1996–2007), the endowment rose from $7.5 million to $218 million.

    In 2003, leading internet sociologist Manuel Castells left UC Berkeley to join the USC Annenberg faculty.

    USC Annenberg has become a center for inquiry and dialogue among scholars and professionals in communication, journalism, public policy, media, and education. Multidisciplinary and international in scope, focused and practical in application, USC Annenberg scholars, both students and faculty, are defining communication and journalism for the 21st century and beyond.

    Play mediaWallis Annenberg Hall, set to open 2014, will feature advanced technology for communication and journalism programs.

    Contents

    Academic units School of Communication

    The School of Communication provides students with an education grounded in theory with applications across the communication and media spectrum. Rooted in both the social sciences and the liberal arts, the School is committed to the exploration of the social, cultural, rhetorical and organizational processes that make up the human experience. Professors conduct research furthering the public interest in fields such as telecommunication regulation, communication in urban areas, health communication, and tobacco control.

    Degrees offered: B.A. (communication), M.A. (global communication, communication management, public diplomacy, strategic public relations), Ph.D. (communication)

    Director Larry Gross

    Larry Gross spent 35 years teaching communication at the University of Pennsylvania before joining USC Annenberg in 2003 as director of the School of Communication. He was the Sol Worth Professor of Communication and deputy dean of the Ivy League university''s Annenberg School for Communication. A specialist in the areas of media and culture, art and communication, visual communication and media portrayals of minorities, Gross helped found the field of gay and lesbian studies.

    Planned Director Sarah Banet-Weiser

    The communication school will get a new director when USC professor Sarah Banet-Weiser takes over in summer 2014.

    School of Journalism

    Journalism has played an important role at USC for nearly a century. Today, USC Annenberg’s School of Journalism has become one of the most respected schools of journalism in the nation. It benefits from one of the most professional faculties in the U.S. All members of the faculty are skilled writers as well as reporters, with prize-winning expertise in beat reporting, magazine writing, investigative and foreign reporting, editorials, essays and feature reporting. Broadcast faculty include Emmy and Golden Mike Award winners and anchors. Students in broadcast courses work with state-of-the-art equipment that is the envy of journalism schools across the nation. All members of the faculty share their knowledge, expertise, insights, professional advice and contacts with students, and the School’s coursework is comprehensive and compelling.

    Degrees offered: B.A. (journalism, public relations), M.A. (journalism, specialized journalism, strategic public relations)

    Director Willow Bay

    Willow Bay, a veteran television news anchor will be the next director of USC''s School of Journalism, campus officials announced 26-March-2014.

    Past Director Geneva Overholser

    On April 14, 2008, the USC Annenberg School announced the selection of Geneva Overholser as the next director of the School of Journalism, with a term beginning July 1. Overholser was previously the Curtis B. Hurley Chair in Public Affairs Reporting for the Missouri School of Journalism, and she was editor of The Des Moines Register when the newspaper won a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service in 1991. The award that year recognized the Register''s use of a rape victim''s name in its reporting, a break with convention that led to an industry-wide reexamination of the practice. In 2012, USC Annenberg announced Overholser would depart the post in June, at the end of the 2012/13 school year.

    Past Director Michael Parks

    Pulitzer Prize-winning foreign correspondent and editor Michael Parks joined the faculty in Fall 2000, after serving for three years as editor of the Los Angeles Times, during which time the paper garnered four Pulitzer Prizes. He became interim director of the School of Journalism in 2001, and was named director a year later and continued as director until 2008. Parks returned as interim director from 2013-2014.

    Centers

    USCI was established in 2006 by USC President C.L. "Max" Nikias (then provost). In fall 2011, USCI became part of the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism, whose world-class programs include those on public diplomacy, new Chinese media, and economics reporting.

    Professional education Awards presented Publications

    Editors: Manuel Castells, Larry Gross

    Editor: Robert Niles (ceased operation on June 16, 2008)

    Student activities

    Students are active with USC’s student-run newspaper, the Daily Trojan; USC Annenberg’s online news publication, Neon Tommy; USC Annenberg’s nightly television newscast, Annenberg TV News; its TV newsmagazine Impact; Radio show Annenberg Radio News; Community digital journalism news website focusing on South Los Angeles Intersections South LA. USC Annenberg is also home to the nationally ranked, award-winning Trojan Debate Squad, as well as student chapters of the Radio-Television News Directors Association and Public Relations Student Society of America. Students also run TriSight, an in-house public relations agency that works with non-profit and small business clients.

    Annenberg TV News airs Monday through Thursday at 6 p.m. on Trojan Vision. Students are responsible for reporting local, national and international news and producing the newscast live on air. The show is also available on ATVN''s website.

    Careers

    USC Annenberg’s career development office provides services exclusively to USC Annenberg students and alumni. Services include daily online job and internship postings; career and job fairs; and a variety of workshop, counseling and interview opportunities. Students and alumni are recruited by top employers, including major newspapers and magazines, local and national broadcast and cable TV stations, public relations and consulting firms, film and music studios, public agencies and non-governmental organizations, and corporations from AT&T to Xerox.

    Facilities

    Resources include a fully digital three-camera broadcast studio, a television newsroom, a digital lab equipped with more than 50 Avid nonlinear video editing systems, four computer classrooms and the Experiential Learning Center. Fourteen classrooms feature multimedia display capabilities. Professional media and research software applications are installed on more than 200 computers available for student use.

    International programs

    USC Annenberg offers study-abroad opportunities for undergraduate students in Amsterdam, Auckland, Buenos Aires, Christchurch, Hong Kong, London, Singapore and Sydney. Graduate journalism and public relations students may complete summer internships in Cape Town, Hong Kong and London, and public diplomacy students have the opportunity to complete summer internships abroad. USC Annenberg offers a joint MA/MSc graduate degree program in global communication with the London School of Economics & Political Science.

    Notable faculty members and instructors Communication Journalism Admissions statistics Undergraduate

    Total undergraduate enrollment (Fall 2007): 1,321

    Freshman class statistics
    Number applied 1,876
    Number admitted 326
    Number entered 157
    Average GPA (weighted) 4.10
    Middle 50% SAT 1920–2130
    Middle 50% ACT 27–31
    Graduate

    Total graduate enrollment (Fall 2007): 545

    Graduate program statistics Program No. Enrolled
    Communication Ph.D. 92
    Communication Management 238
    Journalism 97
    Public Diplomacy 52
    Strategic Public Relations 54
    Finances and fundraising

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