Posted At: May 17, 2012 12:36 PM
by Mariah Fairweather
Dr. V has spent much of her career as a PR scholar. She has done some consulting on the side, but most of her work is related to PR research, scholarship and teaching. Currently, she is interested in the work on online identity management across social networking sites.
Posted At: May 17, 2012 12:25 PM
by Anna Ellis
In a world where technology reigns supreme and companies tend to lean away from the use of grassroots, going back to basics can oftentimes lead to greater success than companies realize.
Posted At: May 3, 2012 2:30 PM
by Katie Bishop
Over the last two years college athletics have been victim to two major crises: Cam Newton and Auburn University’s recruiting scandal, and former Pennsylvania State University assistant coach Jerry Sandusky and his sex abuse allegations.
For those unfamiliar with the choice, it may seem as if there would be little difference between in-house and agency PR work, but depending on skills and personality, individuals are often more suited for one more than the other.
Posted At: April 23, 2012 3:00 PM by Ashley McDaniel. How far does creativity and individuality go when interviewing and actually working for the first job?
Posted At: April 20, 2012 7:00 PM
by Kera Cottingham
It’s about the time of year when soon-to-be graduating seniors are scouring the job market for the position that will grow into their perfect career. For certain students that means the pursuit of the ultimate sales job. But what are sales employers looking for in a candidate and do your education choices affect your ability to gain a coveted sales position?
Posted At: April 18, 2012 1:00 PM
by Savannah Bass
What does it really take for a sponsor to become a part of the festivities and incorporate its product or service into the mainstream content of the Olympics?
Posted At: April 12, 2012 3:15 PM by Katie Kallam. City leaders face a distinct public relations challenge following community tragedies. They must acknowledge and honor the tragedy that has occurred while remaining relevant to national media, even years after the event. But just what are they communicating through these anniversary services? Do they serve as reminders and opportunities for communities to mourn? Are they a last ditch effort for media attention? Just what effect do they have on the memory of these community tragedies?