Communications chief invites students to be ‘a part of the change’
United Nations Volunteers communications chief Jennifer Stapper spoke to around 150 students as a part of the Page Center's Professional-in-Residence speaker series. She encouraged the students to get involved and shared her vision for the U.N. over the next 30 years.
NGOs should work together to raise awareness of refugee crises, research says
Sparking the public's interest in a topic can come down to a single event. A Page-funded study is examining NGO objectives and the way they shape their communication efforts to tell the stories of refugees from all over the world, and raise awareness of organizational goals.
Study finds Israeli newspapers frame refugees as ‘infiltrators’
Between December 2013 and January 2014, refugees in Israel staged protests in response to the country's government denying protections to newly arriving refugees. A new Page-funded project analyzed the news-coverage of the protest in four Israeli newspapers.
Page Center announces 2016 call for grant proposals
Bridging gaps between professionals and researchers and building curricula on ethics for communications classrooms are two areas that the Arthur W. Page Center is focusing on with its latest call for grant proposals.
Legacy Scholar Grant Application Open Through March 1, 2016
Legacy Scholar Grants
Support for scholars and professionals making important contributions to ethics and responsibility in public communication.
Resources for teaching and research on corporate communication ethics and responsibility topics.
Sustainability Communications Initiative (SCI)
Research that highlights best practices in sustainability communication across disciplines.