Ezine 2020
The 2020 edition of our departments Ezine is now available! Included in this year's issue: Dr. Black Explores Canadian Culture, Breaking Barriers for Transitioning Citizens, LEADS Program Enhances Students' Education,Dr. Jiang Researches in Rio De Janeiro, Interview Fashion Show Workshop and much more! Read more >>

Coronavirus Information
As we monitor novel coronavirus (COVID-19), we are committed to supporting students, faculty and staff and ensuring that all students can fulfill their academic requirements as planned. LEARN MORE.  Read more >>

Application Deadline Extended and GRE Scores No Longer Required
Good news for applicants to the graduate program in Communication Studies, the final deadline for applications has been extended to March 15th and applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until then. Additionally, GRE scores are no longer required as part of the application program into the graduate program.  Read more >>

USC Annenberg Q&A Explores Grano's Sport and Religion Book
They had questions, he had answers -- and both are available online! Dr. Dan Grano, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies, recently shared his thoughts about his new book, The Eternal Present of Sport: Rethinking Sport and Religion, with Religion Dispatches, a series from USC Annenberg. In the Q&A interview, Grano explains how some scholars see sport as "a form of '... Read more >>

Feel the News: Plotnick Publication Studies Haptics
Just in case you aren't feeling your first full day of classes, here's some touching news from Dr. Rachel Plotnick, Communication Studies Department Assistant Professor. Her article on haptic media, "Force, flatness and touch without feeling: Thinking historically about haptics and buttons," was published last week in New Media and Society:... Read more >>