More than three dozen CEOs and other top executives of leading U.S. businesses publicly argued that federal funding for basic scientific research is an investment in Americans’ prosperity, security and quality of life, via a full-page ad published in the Wall Street Journal and New York Times.
Vice President Joe Biden toured the Annenberg Public Policy Center on Monday and met with some of the policy center's postdoctoral fellows in the Science of Science Communication.
The Internet Archive and APPC announced a collaboration to help journalists and the public better understand how TV news and talk shows present the presidential debates and what the public learns from them.
In an op-ed in the Washington Post, Kathleen Hall Jamieson said debates were an essential way for voters to learn about the presidential candidates, and that Donald Trump should participate in all three debates against Hillary Clinton.
In a new white paper, "Presidential Debates: What's Behind the Numbers?" researchers from the Annenberg Public Policy Center take a close look at the data on the audience, ratings, and motivations of viewers of general-election presidential debates.
Dominique Brossard, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and William K. Hallman, from Rutgers University, have joined APPC as visiting scholars in the Science of Science Communication.
Only a quarter of Americans can name all three branches of government, the poorest showing on that question in a half-dozen years, a new survey on civic knowledge has found. The GOP presidential candidate was known to only 84 percent of the public.
Ellis Island, formerly the entry point for millions seeking a new life in America, will host the swearing-in of more than 300 immigrants as new citizens on Friday, Sept. 16, in one of many events celebrating Constitution Day.
For Constitution Day, Annenberg Classroom has released a video on the First Amendment and a free press and re-released another about civil liberties and the detention of Japanese-Americans during World War II.