Congrats to our very own Rachel Moran for accepting a postdoctoral fellowship funded by the Knight Foundation at the University of Washington! She will be researching at the Center for an Informed Public. For more information about the Center, please see the following link: https://www.cip.uw.edu/. We wish you all the best Rachel!… Read More “Rachel Moran Accepts a Postdoc Fellowship”
We at ARNIC hope that you are staying safe and healthy during this stressful time. As many of you have already heard, USC has decided to move courses online for the rest of the semester and also decided to suspend all on-campus events as a result of the surge in COVID-19 cases in California. This means that our ARNIC lecture series has also come to an abrupt end for this academic year. We apologize that we were not able to see this through to the end of the semester,… Read More “All Events at USC Cancelled”
By Juliana Dias
On Wednesday, February 12th, Steven Weber joined our ARNIC seminar. Steven, a 2020 Berggruen fellow, is a professor in the School of Information and Dept. of Political Science, UC Berkeley. He conducted the seminar in order to talk about his new project which is currently under development: “How to make Machine Translation a Force for Liberalism in Global Trade and Communications”.
Steven talked about the early stages of this project and the motivations behind it…. Read More “Thoughts on Steven Weber’s Presentation”
Hoan Nguyen, ARNIC Member, and USC Annenberg Doctoral Student presented her paper entitled Splintering Communications: The Reality of Digital Practices Among People Experiencing Homelessness in an Urban Ghetto at the PTC’20: Vision 2020 and Beyond conference organized by the Pacific Telecommunications Council (PTC) in Honolulu from January 19-22. She also received the Yale M. Braunstein Student Award for this work at the meeting.
Splintering Communications examines the digital practices among people experiencing homelessness in Skid Row – an urban ghetto located in downtown Los Angeles…. Read More “ARNIC Member Hoan Nguyen Presents at PTC’20”
Congratulations to ARNIC member Sunghan Ryu on the recent publication of his book Beauty of Crowdfunding! Below is more information about the book as well as links to where you can purchase it.
While the limitation of the traditional capital market with its definite inequality has been discussed extensively, crowdfunding is expected to resolve the imbalance with a new approach. It fosters new ventures and organizations that have been neglected by traditional investors…. Read More “ARNIC member Sunghan Ryu publishes new book Beauty of Crowdfunding”
Associate Professor and ARNIC Director Hernan Galperin presented a paper at the 47th Telecommunications Policy Research Conference (TPRC) in Washington DC (Sep. 20-21, 2019). The paper is titled Who Gets Access to Fast Broadband? Evidence from Los Angeles County 2014-17, co-authored with doctoral students Thai Le and Kurt Daum, argues that competition between broadband providers and investments in high-speed services (e.g., fiber-to-the-home services) are less likely in low-income and minority communities, with the largest deficits observed in areas of high poverty and large shares of African-American residents…. Read More “ARNIC Director Hernan Galperin Presents at TPRC”
ARNIC is very excited to welcome Gabriel Laender as a visiting scholar! Gabriel Laender is a Brazilian attorney, ICT researcher and legal tech entrepreneur. He was policy advisor to the Strategic Affairs Secretariat of the President´s Office (SAE), and later became telecommunication advisor to the Chief of Staff of the Executive Office of the President (Casa Civil), where he coordinated the regulatory aspects of the Brazilian National Broadband Plan. He has a Law Ph.D. from the University of Brasilia,… Read More “Gabriel Laender joining ARNIC as a Visiting Scholar”