Thursday, December 16, 2004

USC's New Center on Public Diplomacy


The University of Southern California has created a new Center on Public Diplomacy headed by executive director Joshua Fouts, "a cross-disciplinary research, teaching and training institution run jointly by the USC Annenberg School for Communication and the School of International Relations in the USC College of Letters, Arts & Sciences.

"'U.S. society needs to understand and to be more aware of the fact that the world sees us in a dramatically different light than we see the world seeing us, or for that matter, than we see ourselves,' says Fouts. 'Enabling this process is a critical mission of our project.'"

USC plans to have the first public diplomacy master's-degree program in the U.S. Read the full interview with Fouts and more about the CPD here.

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