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Welcome to the Workplace

May 21st, 2018 · No Comments

Tweet By John Millen Congratulations on your college graduation! You might have heard amazing commencement speeches with advice on your role in changing the world; on thinking globally but acting locally; on finding your bliss and living your dreams. That is all good and inspirational advice. You should follow your dreams. But as a veteran […]

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Thank Your Mentors Now and Along The Way

May 14th, 2018 · No Comments

TweetBy Libby Roerig Loved ones celebrated the end of one journey and the beginning of another as more than 1,800 Sycamores crossed the commencement stage Saturday — and became graduates of Indiana State University. It was the first of such events for President Deborah Curtis, who became the 12th president of Indiana State on Jan. […]

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What I’ve Learned Moving from Agency to In-House

May 10th, 2018 · 1 Comment

Tweet By Christie Dooley About a year ago, I experienced that moment in just about every agency-person’s career when you stop and think, “maybe it’s time?” Time, that is, to go in-house. Having worked at PR agencies since I quit the TV news industry just one year post-college, I worked my way from intern to […]

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Are You the Next PRWeek Outstanding Student?

May 7th, 2018 · 1 Comment

TweetBy Maret Montanari If you had asked me four years ago if I’d major in public relations, I would have laughed and told you it wasn’t even on my radar. Fast forward, and I’m three years into pursuing a bachelor’s degree in communication from The University of Alabama. How did this happen? Some days I […]

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Why You Should Master Business as a Second Language

May 4th, 2018 · No Comments

TweetThis article first appeared in Strategies & Tactics, a monthly publication of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). By Matt Ragas, Ph.D., and Ron Culp, Fellow PRSA Chief communication officers are bilingual. They fluently speak the language of public relations and the idioms of business and the C-suite. In many ways, CCOs and other […]

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