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Students with an interest in network theory and methods are encouraged to
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The Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania is
now accepting PhD applications for the 2015 academic year. 


We are looking for outstanding students willing to work with an
award-winning eclectic faculty.  We all share a passion for the determinants
and consequences of communication and a focus on the new trends and
transformations brought about by digital technologies. 


Research areas include <>: 


*         Culture and Communication

*         Digital Media and Social Networks 

*         Global and Comparative Communication

*         Health Communication

*         Media and Communication Effects

*         Media Institutions and Systems 

*         Political Communication 

*         Visual Communication 


Successful applicants are fully funded for 5 years and benefit from teaching
and research opportunities at one of the most prominent communication
schools –and one of the best universities-- in the world. If you have a
background in communication and journalism studies, political science,
sociology, psychology, computer science or information systems, and your
research interests fit our offerings, consider applying to our program!    


To find more about our application procedure, visit:

To find more about our students, visit: 

For other questions, contact Joanne Murray, Assistant Dean for Graduate
Studies: [log in to unmask] <mailto:[log in to unmask]> 




Sandra González-Bailón

Assistant Professor

Annenberg School | UPenn



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