Center announces honorees for 2017 Awards for Integrity in Public Communication
The Page Center is excited to announce the honorees for its first Awards for Integrity in Public Communication. On Feb. 22 in New York City, the Center will recognize Ann Barkelew, Dick Martin and Alan Murray for their commitment to ethics and integrity in the profession.
Effects of writing style and photographs on moral judgment in public relations
To help communicators of non-profits and social movements achieve their goals, Page Center research scholars looked at whether writing style and photographs could improve how audiences think about right and wrong. The research was published in Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly.
Arthur W. Page featured in BBC history of internal communication
Guest blogger Tom Watson was featured on a BBC radio program to discuss the history of internal/employee communication. He writes that the history of internal communication would not be complete without reference to Arthur W. Page, who he describes as “the exemplar for all that is best in internal communication and corporate communication.”
Call for proposals: Legacy scholar grants to focus on digital media
The Page Center will award grants to support scholars and professionals making important contributions to knowledge, practice or public understanding of ethics and responsibility in public communication. This year's call will collect proposals on the ever-changing world of digital media in public relations.
2017 Awards for Integrity in Public Communication Tickets Available
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.