Celebrate and Support Your Source for Public Diplomacy

Through the hard work of our staff, fellows, interns and board members, we have made significant progress toward establishing the USC Center on Public Diplomacy as a world leader in the study and practice of public diplomacy. Details of our activities can be found in our latest Annual ReportHighlights from this past year include: pursuing a focused research agenda to address the study-practice gap; developing a robust digital presence, with revamped website, improved social media, and more diverse content; achieving solid audience growth, with double-digit increases in viewership across web and social media platforms; and heightening relevance to the future of public diplomacy by investing in student engagement and expanding professional training offerings.

Looking ahead, the challenges to expand our reach and influence through research for action, innovative public-diplomacy learning, and broader public engagement remain as does our need to improve CPD’s financial stability. As the end of this calendar year approaches, we'd like to ask for your help in widening our circle of supporters for our ambitious venture. Together we will take CPD to new heights.

Here is what some of our supporters say about CPD:
"CPD helps scholars, practitioners, and others understand how public diplomacy works and why it is important. I am happy to support such significant efforts."  
          Philip Seib, Vice Dean & Professor, USC Annenberg

"CPD's impressive programs and content rich website make it a global leader and an indispensable resource for teachers and students in the field."  
Bruce Gregory, George Washington University

"I felt inspired and enlightened by my internship experience at CPD. I admire CPD and their work as a leading public diplomacy organization, nationally and internationally." 
Soraya Ahyaudin, MPD Class of 2015, USC

We hope that you'll make a donation to CPD's Annual Fund today. Your gift will help us to continue:

  • Providing you with the latest news and commentary about public diplomacy activities around the world;
  • Offering fellowship opportunities to PD scholars dedicated to exploring the field's history and best practices;
  • Hosting thoughtful events that bring together academics and practitioners to help chart the future of public diplomacy;
  • Recruiting the best and brightest for substantive student internships;
  • And so much more as outlined in our latest Annual Report.

Direct your tax-deductible gift to CPD online here or mail your check to:

The USC Center on Public Diplomacy 
Attention: CPD Annual Fund - Winter 2014
3502 Watt Way, Suite 232
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0281 

Thank you for your support!

All gifts directed to support the USC Center on Public Diplomacy also count toward The Campaign for USC.


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