Blog Archive for Teaching Category

Stephanie Madden - Senior Research Fellow

It’s easier than ever to bring the Page Center Awards into your classroom

February 4, 2021

One of the many challenges of being a university-level educator during the COVID-19 pandemic is watching our prepared and motivated students face an uncertain professional future. While canceled internships and potentially lackluster job prospects are a very real challenge, one opportunity provided by our Zoom-based reality is the enhanced access available to professional events that were once financially or… More

Colleen Connolly-Ahern

Connolly-Ahern appointed as Page Center senior research fellow

October 12, 2015

Colleen Connolly-Ahern brings a strong research background and a commitment to educating future public relations professionals to the Arthur W. Page Center. She was appointed as a Page senior research fellow earlier this year.

An associate professor in advertising/PR, Connolly-Ahern researches international political advertising and health communications. She also focuses on culture, media framing and media access in… More

Teaching Module: Corporate social responsibility of ICT companies during social unrest

February 11, 2014

Arthur W. Page stood for responsibility and integrity in the telecommunications industry. He called upon the industry to “turn the searchlight on ourselves and see that we are actually, in every possible way, doing our job in the public interest” (Page, 1933, p. 6). Training students for careers in the information and communication technology (ICT) industry comes not only… More

Training future leaders: The case study method in the classroom

January 31, 2014

“In order to make the process of teaching effective it has to have variety…. It must appear in relation to what is going on in the company and the world.”

– Arthur W. Page, 1938.

In 1938, Arthur Page urged public relations practitioners to learn and apply skills of critical judgment in the solution of emerging problems.… More