2017 Arthur W. Page Awards Dinner

An evening honoring integrity: The 2017 Arthur W. Page Center Awards

The members of the inaugural class of the Arthur W. Page Center Awards share a common goal: pursuing the truth. The honored journalist and two public relations professionals discussed this pursuit with nearly 230 colleagues at the Center's awards dinner in New York City on Feb. 22.

Denise Botree

Combating ‘post-truth’ with honesty and integrity

Page Center director Denise Bortree shares three ways for communicators to maintain integrity in a "post truth" world. In her blog post, Bortree channels Arthur W. Page's commitment to integrity and PRSA's Code of Ethics as guides for professionals working in an unpredictable and ethically-challenging media landscape. 

Marcus Messner

Placing health communications under the microscope

Marcus Messner focuses his research on methods and trends in communication for non-profit organizations. What he is learning could change the way health organizations communicate with their publics and make the world a healthier place.

Digital Call

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 Call for Grant Proposals on Digital Media & Technology

Submit a Proposal

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Legacy Scholar Grants

Support for scholars and professionals making important contributions to ethics and responsibility in public communication.

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Resources

Resources for teaching and research on corporate communication ethics and responsibility topics.

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Sustainability Communications Initiative (SCI)

Research that highlights best practices in sustainability communication across disciplines.