The partnership is the first of its kind in online news.
The longtime broadcaster comes to USC Annenberg from her post as senior editor of The Huffington Post in Los Angeles.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has been a long-standing benefactor to USC, supporting, in addition to this gift, a wide array of university initiatives.
The researchers offer not only a landmark first map of core white matter pathways, but they also show which connections may be most vulnerable to damage.
Digital USC is a university-wide initiative of $1 billion over 10 years going toward gathering, interpreting and applying digital data on a massive scale.
Threes! is a puzzle game in which players continuously create number combinations, pushing the progress of the game forward until they run out of moves.
The authors found that 77 percent of all trips made by fashion designers across the region were logged within the boundaries of the Garment District.
The survey also found that current use of Twitter and Instagram is growing rapidly.
“Project Syria” transforms a YouTube clip of an attack in Aleppo into an immersive experience created in a virtual reality.
“Encouraging political awareness among the student body is big,” said Haran Sivakumar, director of internal affairs for the USC College Republicans.
Stacy Scholder takes over the student-produced broadcast news organization for newly appointed Annenberg Media Center Executive Director Serena Cha.
“Freedom’s Ring” uses a USC-created digital platform to share the story behind Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech.
USC alum Kirk DeMicco chats about The Croods, his animated comedy adventure nominated for an Academy Award.
For technologists, the Consumer Electronics Show is the white whale of conferences.
Michael Juliani chats with the former editor in chief of Neon Tommy who now serves as director of innovation at Time.
The book presents case studies of the five most technologically advanced art museums in America.
Conversation at the California Club ranges from the evolution of the public library to the effect of technology on libraries.
One objective of Wallis Annenberg Hall and USC Annenberg’s 21st Century Literacies initiative is to rely less on school-supported computer labs.
A music special featuring the first use of gigabit-per-second connectivity and new video conferencing technology has nabbed two regional Emmy Award nominations.
The Center for the Digital Future has released the fifth edition of the World Internet Project Report.
Kate Langrall Folb, a leader in entertainment and social impact, has been named director of Hollywood, Health & Society.
Jacki Wells Cisneros and her husband have pledged a $500,000 donation to the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.
USC Telehealth is the first university-based clinic to offer mental health services using secure Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act-compliant videoconferencing technology.
SC CTSI has supported a study showing how technology can give Medicaid patients better access to medical specialists, with less hassle for the patients and lower cost for the providers.
Television news manager and educator Serena Cha has been named executive director of the Annenberg Media Center.
Sports and the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender experience was the subject of a three-day conference hosted by the Institute of Sports, Media, & Society at USC Annenberg.
The massive U.S. consumption of media was the topic of a report produced by USC Marshall.
The seventh annual USC Body Computing Conference brought together scientists, clinicians and business leaders to discuss innovative ideas that use technology to improve health care.
Learn about some of the business ventures driving the growth of Silicon Beach and industry leaders making LA a hotbed for tech culture.
Michele Wein Layne of the Securities and Exchange Commission was the featured speaker at the Geoffrey Cowan Forum on Sept. 12.
The Ruben Salazar Project, completed by the students of USC Annenberg Professor Félix Gutiérrez, received two awards from the Best of the Web Competition.
Professor Henry Jenkins of USC Annenberg is one of three new members of the board that selects Peabody Awards.