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“The Provost’s Mentoring Award honors an individual faculty member who has demonstrated sustained success in mentoring other USC faculty, graduate students, or undergraduate students, and in helping them to succeed in their own research or professional development.”
Free Public Exhibit: September 27 through December 2012.
Exibit Launch: Thursday, September 27, 2012.
Exhibit opens at 6:30 pm, panel presentation starts at 7:30 pm.
USC Annenberg School for Communication
3502 Watt Way, LA, CA 90089
Kindly RSVP at annenberg.usc.edu/rsvp
Chen, N.T., Dong, F., Ball-Rokeach, S.J., Parks, M., & Huang, J. (2011). Building a new media platform for local storytelling and civic engagement in ethnically diverse neighborhoods. New Media and Society.Read More.
We are proud to announce the launch of the new MetaConnects website MetaConnects.org, an online space for knowledge sharing between researchers from the Metamorphosis Project and community-based practitioners from across the Southern California region and beyond.
Nien Tsu Chen and Wenlin Liu have recently presented at Kadir Has University in Istanbul, Turkey.
This years International Communication Association conference theme is “Communication @ the Center” and is taking place in Boston, Massachusetts.
On Tuesday, April 19th Dr. Ball-Rokeach recieved the USC Mellon Mentoring Award for her outstanding mentorship to graduate students at both the masters and PhD level. Congratulations to Dr. Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach!
To learn more about the Northeast Los Angeles Community Planning Grant, follow the featured story link , Villanueva & Ball-Rokeach Grant. The story is in the Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism website, under Annenberg News, and was written by Jackson DeMos.
This year’s National Communication Association (NCA) conference theme was Building Brdiges
A number of our researchers participated in panels and presented papers at the conference from Saturday, November 13th through Wednesday, November 17th, 2010 in San Francisco, CA.
The NELA Collaborative, a collaborative that Metamorphosis and multiple LA City department agencies and community partners are a part of, receive a Federal joint HUD/ DOT Sustainable Community Planning Grant to ensure sustainable and community-engaged urban redevelopment in the neighborhoods of Northeast Los Angeles.
The Alhambra Source is an outgrowth of the Alhambra Project, a research initiative at the University of Southern California Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism.
UNDERSTANDING ETHNIC MEDIA, PRODUCERS, CONSUMERS, AND SOCIETIES, by Dr. Matthew D. Matsaganis, Dr. Vikki S. Katz, and Dr. Sandra J. Ball-Rokeach.
Metamorphosis team members will be presenting on their research this June at the International Communication Association conference to be held in Singapore.
George presented on “Addressing the People vs. Place Urban Planning Debate: The Human Development-Overlay District Project and the Case of Hollywood”