Measuring controversy’s impact in public relations messaging
Corporate social advocacy and CEO advocacy are becoming increasingly relevant topics of study in the communications field. While studying differences between forms of advocacy-focused content, Page Center scholars found that the level of controversy plays a role in a message’s impact.
Q&A with new advisory board member Thomas Martin
Three public communications leaders joined the Page Center advisory board in November. One of those members, executive-in-residence at the College of Charleston Tom Martin, shared his thoughts on the industry and his excitement for being a part of the Center in a Q&A interview.
Millennials feel unprepared and are unlikely to provide ethics counsel, survey may reveal solutions
The majority of millennial public relations practitioners indicated they did not feel prepared to provide ethics counsel, and surprisingly did not even expect to face ethical dilemmas. However, new Page Center-funded research may have found a glimmer of hope.
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.
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.