The Page Center welcomes John Onoda to its advisory board
September 23, 2020
John Onoda, one of the most respected and knowledgeable communicators in public relations, joined the Arthur W. Page Center’s advisory board. He brings more than three decades of experience and has become a voice of integrity across corporate communications.
Originally from the Midwest United States, Onoda started his career as a journalist at the Omaha World-Herald before reporting… More
Welcome Holly Overton, the Page Center’s newest senior research fellow
September 17, 2020
Holly Overton is joining the Arthur W. Page Center as a senior research fellow this year, but she is no stranger to the Center. She was named a Center scholar in 2014 while a Ph.D. student at Penn State, and Overton has since worked on several Page Center projects as a faculty member in the School of Journalism and… More
Three research calls target corporate social advocacy, ethics of care and activism
September 14, 2020
The Arthur W. Page Center is issuing three calls for proposals as part of its 2021 Page/Johnson Legacy Scholar Grant program. This year, two calls for grant proposals will address timely research topics facing corporate communicators every day: Corporate Social Advocacy and Ethics of Care. A third special call will recruit scholars to develop online modules that will deliver… More
Newest Page Center training module focuses on diversity in PR
September 4, 2020
By Alyssa DeLuca, Page Center intern
The Page Center’s newest online educational module, Introduction to Diversity in Public Relations, is now live on its Public Relations Ethics Training website.
The module, created by Riva Brown, associate professor of public relations at the University of Central Arkansas, provides introductory insight on the importance of diversity and inclusion… More
Page Center adds three senior research fellows
August 27, 2020
Three Penn State faculty members joined the Arthur W. Page Center as senior research fellows. The researchers will add expertise in three different areas of public communication further broadening the Center’s reach in the field.
All three fellows are faculty members in the Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications’ Department of Advertising-Public Relations. They are Frank Dardis, associate… More
Free Page Center ethics modules are tailormade for courses going virtual
June 30, 2020
As many communications courses transition to online or partial online instruction this fall, the Arthur W. Page Center offers free educational modules that make it easy for teachers to incorporate ethics into their classwork.
Students can access one or all of the 10 modules, which cover a variety of important topics in communications ethics. Scholars from around… More