Stories by Alex Reed:
Initiative aims to change the public perception of scientific research
USC Annenberg professor among those looking at how scientists and media can increase understanding of complex information.
Alumna helps Pulitzer Prize-winner Jose Antonio Vargas explore immigration
USC Annenberg grad lends her expertise to digital platform on race, culture and identity in the U.S.
USC Annenberg professor is inspired by the power of music
Sandy Tolan and a Palestinian performer combine music and the written word on a book tour bridging cultural divisions.
Recruited by LinkedIn, USC journalism student discovers another world in Silicon Valley
USC Annenberg senior has had several internships at top media companies but never one quite like this.
Board of Supervisors honors Félix Gutiérrez
The presentation recognizes Gutierrez’s four decades of teaching and scholarship at USC Annenberg.
Whistleblowers assess journalism’s role in national security
USC Annenberg’s “Patriot or Traitor?” looks at government surveillance.
Surviving the Golden Globes
USC Annenberg Senior Lecturer Mary Murphy talks about her role as a reporter at the Golden Globes.
Turning comments into real conversation
Ever taken an online poll or left an anonymous comment on a news story? Those actions have a bigger impact than you might realize.
Student-produced Salazar Project recognized with Web awards
The Ruben Salazar Project, completed by the students of USC Annenberg Professor Félix Gutiérrez, received two awards from the Best of the Web Competition.
USC Annenberg dissertations demonstrate a broad scope
The dissertations produced by the 14 doctoral students who graduated this year from the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism reflected the school’s wide range of scholarship, interest and disciplines.
USC alum has designs on the fashion industry
Professor Alison Trope was already exploring fashion in her “Gender, Media and Communications” class at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.