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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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Oklahoma Senior Wins Latest Culpwrit Award

May 3rd, 2018 · 1 Comment

TweetPR major Chelsea Journee won the Culpwrit Award at this week’s program honoring outstanding achievement by 26 staffers at Lindsey + Asp, University of Oklahoma’s award-winning student-run agency. Chelsea is an account lead at the impressive PR/ad agency, and she recently was elected OU PRSSA Chapter President for the fall term. She graduates in December. “Chelsea and her team have […]

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Job-Seeking Students Nix Industries They Don’t Like

April 27th, 2018 · No Comments

Tweet College students are more particular than ever when picking industries where they are willing to work. According to my unscientific survey of communication students at five universities, soon-to-graduate job seekers have absolutely no interest in working in certain major industries, while others consistently rank high on their wish lists. During recent visits to Penn State, […]

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Best & Worst States for Millennials–Some Surprises

April 17th, 2018 · No Comments

TweetDuring recent visits to Penn State, Arizona State and Marquette, I urged soon-to-graduate PR students to begin their careers in major markets such as New York, Chicago and San Francisco. While I still stand by my belief that these cities are where the most PR jobs can be found, a new report from the personal-finance […]

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Writing a Case Study? Insights from a Winner

April 13th, 2018 · No Comments

TweetBy Steven Pelham and Brooke Smith Every year, the Arthur W. Page Society teams up with the Institute for Public Relations to hold a case study competition between students from accredited business and communications schools to see who can craft the most relevant, comprehensive case study. This year, we were the grand prize winners for […]

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