New research will ID cues on Fortune 500 websites that elicit private information
Many Internet users say they are concerned about submitting private information online, but do it anyway. A Page-funded project is looking into this behavior inconsistency and identifying cues commonly used on Fortune 500 websites that elicit private information from the public.
Narratives may facilitate crisis communication
This Page-funded research project will examine the influence of narratives and message source in the context of crisis management. It will also seek to understand the potential impact of employees’ communication activities during a crisis.
Study on diversity & inclusion initiatives wins Arthur W. Page Center Benchmark Award
The award-winning research examined how organizations define and measure diversity & inclusion initiatives. The researchers specifically examined Arthur W. Page member organizations to identify top strategies for best D&I practices.
South African watchdog organization has important role in ensuring fair and equal media
Penn State PhD student Giuliana Sorce will travel to South Africa this summer to study issues in the country's local media system. She will volunteer with Media Monitoring Africa, a Johannesburg-based NGO, and learn about the monitoring and complaints facilitation, as well as interview stakeholders.
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.