Annenberg Center for Communication

Annenberg Center for Communication

The Annenberg Center for Communication (ACC) at the University of Southern California promotes interdisciplinary research in communications between the USC School of Cinematic Arts, Viterbi School of Engineering, and the separate USC Annenberg School for Communication, also funded by Walter Annenberg.

Personnel

People affiliated with the ACC include:

Jonathan Aronson, Simon Wilkie, Mizuko Ito, Donald Abelson, Francois Bar, Julian Bleecker, John Seely Brown, Vincent Cerf, Peter Cowhey, Pierre de Vries, Bill Dutton, John Gage, Joi Ito, Michael Kleeman, Eli Noam, Larry Smarr, Robert Stein, Jeremy Strick, Robert Winter

2007 Reconfiguration

In March 2007, it was announced that (effective July 2007), the focus of the Annenberg Center for Communication funding strategy would undergo a major shift towards primarily funding graduate fellowships in interdisciplinary research with US$4 million annually planned for 100+ graduate fellowships [http://www.usc.edu/admin/provost/pdf/announcement031907.pdf] .

External links

* [http://annenberg.usc.edu/ USC Annenberg Center for Communication home page]


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