Marlene Neill

Public relations practitioners accepting of ethics counselor role, but training is a concern

Are public relations practitioners prepared to provide ethics counsel? How likely are they to provide it and what are the most common issues they face? New Page-funded research by Marlene Neill, published in the Public Relations Review journal, uncovered clues.

Yan Jin, Shelley Spector, Bryan Reber and Lucinda Austin

Standing on the shoulders of past communicators

Corporate communication is often overlooked from a historical perspective. We fail to examine the foundational wisdom of those who created the discipline. A new Page-funded project will view historical economic crises through the eyes of public relations for the first time.

Anthony Olorunnisola and Akshaya Sreenivasan

Data to action: Can we use mobile apps to reverse systematic educational failures in West Africa?

Page scholars are working on building solutions that will improve struggling schools in Nigeria. They will be launching pilot versions of two curricula that take advantage of new technologies—video and smart phones—in hopes of bolstering student success in the African country.

Ed Block

Page Center mourns loss of co-founder Ed Block

Edward M. Block, co-founder of the Arthur W. Page Center and the Arthur W. Page Society, died on Tuesday, Aug. 16. He was a lifelong proponent of ethics and integrity across the public relations industry and integral to the success of the Center.

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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 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.