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Michele M. Strano (ASC’93, GR '01)

The impact of my education at the Annenberg School is apparent to me every day in the classroom as I teach research methods, media history and media effects. As I work to engage a new generation of media users and scholars in critical analysis of communication processes, I hear echoes of my mentors at Annenberg. The way I think, speak and write about communication was molded by the work of Carolyn Marvin, Larry Gross, Charles Wright, Kathleen Hall Jamieson, Joseph Cappella, Robert Hornik, Klaus Krippendorff, Joseph Turow and other faculty and students who inhabited the halls of Annenberg while I was there. I will always be grateful to the Annenbergs for providing me the opportunity to learn from these incredible scholars.