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  1. Shaping the Future of Communication. The Annenberg School for Communication is a vibrant, diverse, and close-knit community of scholars at the forefront of engaging today's media landscape and its impact on the major issues of our world.

  2. The Annenberg School for Communication is the communication school at the University of Pennsylvania. The school was established in 1958 by Wharton School alum Walter Annenberg as the Annenberg School of Communications. The name was changed to its current title in 1990.

  3. Learn about Annenberg's interdisciplinary programs, faculty, and research in the field of Communication. Find out how Annenberg prepares students to become leaders in media, politics, business, and more.

  4. Annenberg School for Communication. Home to 22 full-time faculty members, more than 70 doctoral students, more than 20 postdoctoral fellows, 81 research and support staff, and 15 research centers and programs, the Annenberg School is the nation's premiere doctoral program in Communication.

  5. Learn about the history, mission, and programs of the Annenberg School for Communication, a leading interdisciplinary institution for media studies and policy. Founded by Walter H. Annenberg, the School offers M.A.C. and Ph.D. degrees, as well as undergraduate courses and public events.

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  6. Damon Centola, Ph.D. Elihu Katz Professor of Communication, Sociology, and Engineering. (215) 898-7954 damon.centola@asc.upenn.edu.

  7. Communication is a dynamic, interdisciplinary major that helps students understand the ever-changing media and communications landscape. One of the oldest in the nation, the Annenberg School for Communication's undergraduate program focuses on communication systems, institutions, processes, and effects. Our students gain deep insight into how ...