Media, Inequality and Change Center (MIC)

The Media, Inequality and Change Center (MIC) is a collaboration between Rutgers University’s School of Communication and Information and the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School. The Center explores the intersections between media, democracy, technology, policy, and social justice. MIC produces engaged research and analysis while collaborating with community leaders to help support activist initiatives and policy interventions. The Center’s objective is to develop a local-to-national strategy that focuses on communication issues important to local communities and social movements in the region, while also addressing how these local issues intersect with national and international policy challenges.

Directors

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Todd Wolfson

Associate Professor of Journalism and Media Studies and Co-Director of the MIC Center

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Sarah J Jackson

Sarah J Jackson

Presidential Associate Professor and Co-Director, Media, Inequality & Change Center
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Viktor Pickard

Viktor Pickard

C. Edwin Baker Professor of Media Policy and Political Economy and Co-Director, Media, Inequality & Change Center
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Faculty Members

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Juan D. González

Richard D. Heffner Professor of Communications and Public Policy and Professor of Professional Practice, Journalism and Media Studies

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Jeff Lane

Jeffrey Lane

Associate Professor of Communication

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