Posted At: October 5, 2012 8:53 A.M. by Leighton Brown Every day we see, touch and hear things in our environment. These various senses help us to react and interact with the people and situations around us.
Posted At: January 1, 2008 10:12 AM by Betsy Beam A work environment where tickets flow freely, closets are stocked with the latest sports gear and relationships with star coaches and athletes are part of a day’s work sounds like a dream, but for University
Posted At: February 17, 2010 1:27 PM by Madeline Reeves College students hear repeatedly that the key to a successful future in the public relations field is largely dependent upon completing several quality internships. Some experts would say that internships, or the lack thereof, can ultimately
By Elizabeth Howell Attention PR junkies, it’s time to stop squeezing that tiny foam replica of planet Earth. There are rational strategies to manage the mania that is public relations. In an earlier post featured by Platform Magazine, PR = Satisfaction > Stress, Laura Rabushka
By Megan Cotton Ethics in public relations has always been a hot topic without black and white answers, only shades of gray. To provide an open discussion on this topic, The Plank Center hosted a Webinar, “Ethics in PR Education,” on Feb. 23, 2011, in
As a child, summertime meant signing up for camps, going to the pool and relaxing with friends. The only thing that really needed to be accomplished was summer reading. In college, summer takes on a whole different meaning. Students compete to see how much they
When I chose public relations as my college major, I honestly didn’t know what it meant. I’ve always enjoyed writing and knew communication was the field for me, but I didn’t really know what direction to take. Once I began to take my PR courses,
Public relations is going viral. If we’re going to put our lives out there (wherever the Internet is), we must first consider who else is out there with us and what they’re capable of.