It is difficult to identify authenticity in a time when fake news and mistrust make headlines. Diana Sisson, an assistant professor of public relations at Auburn University, is bridging the gap between how practitioners and researchers define authenticity.
In 2017, Sisson’s proposal on digital media research was selected by the Page… More
Installing ethics education into classrooms around the globe is the top recommendation of a 2018 report released by the Commission on Public Relations Education. Marlene Neill, assistant professor at Baylor University, is creating a plan to help the Page Center answer the Commission’s call.
Gary Sheffer is a senior corporate strategist at Weber Shandwick, where he advises on “high-level” corporate, executive reputation and engagement, government and cultural issues. Sheffer joined the Page Center advisory board last fall.
Prior to his role at Weber Shandwick, Sheffer was the head of global communications and public affairs at… More
To broaden the scope of integrity in public communication perspectives, the Arthur W. Page Center expanded its advisory board to include members Tom Martin, executive-in-residence at the College of Charleston; Ellyn Fisher, senior vice president of the Advertising Council; and Gary Sheffer, communications strategist for Weber Shandwick.