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Remembering PR Legend Dominic DiFrisco

May 9th, 2019 · No Comments

Students in DePaul PRAD professor Marshal Goldman’s class were invited to research and write about legendary Chicago PR pro Dominic DiFrisco, who passed away last week. Here is one of their tributes. By Allegra Acosta While many people during their lifetime on earth focus on leaving their mark on the world, Dominic DiFrisco dedicated his […]

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3 Tips for Job Search Success: Differentiate, Network & Build Attention Getting Resume

April 25th, 2019 · No Comments

Before I caught my breath to write about a great visit last week to the University of Florida, the UF PRSSA chapter beat me to it. While I would have talked more about the impressive students and faculty I met during my three days in Gainesville, their post pretty much sums up the key points from my […]

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How Being a Successful Brand Ambassador Landed Me at the Final Premiere of ‘Game of Thrones’

April 11th, 2019 · 1 Comment

By Arturo Echevarria When I first accepted my role to be a brand ambassador for HBO, never in a million years would I have imagined that it would lead to me being flown out to NYC to attend the final premiere of one of the most culturally prominent shows on television. In February, the account […]

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Alabama’s Alana Doyle Defines ‘Where (Public Relations) Legends Are Made’​

April 2nd, 2019 · No Comments

I met Alana Doyle during a February visit to The University of Alabama and then recently celebrated with Alana and her beaming father as she was named PRWeek’s Outstanding Student of the Year. Here, Mark Harris, one of her proud professors, writes about her win and what it takes to excel as young leader in […]

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How to Succeed as a Freelancer

March 25th, 2019 · No Comments

By Katie Perkins If you’re in the public relations profession, it may not come as a surprise to hear that many PR professionals consider dropping their 9-to-5 office jobs to work as independent consultants. Those who do take the leap say that finding freelance work is relatively easy thanks to advancements in technology. The benefits […]

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