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APPC announces distinguished research fellows

The Annenberg Public Policy Center has named seven scholars from across the University of Pennsylvania campus distinguished research fellows of the center, with three-year appointments beginning in September 2010. APPC scholars and the distinguished fellows will share data sets and facilities and collaborate on jointly funded projects and seminar and lecture series. Learn more

APPC Welcomes New National Civics Outreach Director

The Annenberg Public Policy Center is pleased to announce that Scott Roberts, who for almost two decades directed Annenberg Media (formerly The Annenberg/CPB Project) at the appointment of Ambassador Walter H. Annenberg, will join us as National Civics Outreach Director on July 1. With Roberts at the helm Annenberg Media became an award-winning educational portal,

APPC Mourns Loss of Distinguished Professor Martin Fishbein

Martin Fishbein, the Harry C. Coles, Jr. Distinguished Professor of Communication at the Annenberg School for Communication and founding director of the Health Communication division of the Annenberg Public Policy Center, died in London of a heart attack, Friday, November 27. The founder of the theory of reasoned action, Fishbein worked at the Centers for

Opening and Dedication of the Annenberg Public Policy Center

The Annenberg Public Policy Center’s new home on 36th Street adjacent to the Annenberg School for Communication was officially opened at a November 4 ceremony featuring Center Director Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Annenberg School Dean Michael X. Delli Carpini and University President Amy Gutmann. President Gutmann unveiled portraits of the Center’s founders, Ambassadors Walter and Leonore