The Arthur W. Page Center is partnering with the journal Sustainability in an upcoming special issue titled “Corporate social responsibility, corporate social advocacy, and societal change.” Scholars are encouraged to submit manuscripts for research that will help build an understanding of the benefits and challenges of corporate support of social and environmental issues.
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
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
The September "Public Relations Journal" is a special issue presented by the Arthur W. Page Center that features four studies on digital media.
Eight scholars from five universities conducted Page Center-funded research that examines a variety of topics within digital media, including ghost-posting by CEOs, managing fake news crises, corporate social responsibility on social media and engaging… More
The May Public Relations Journal is a special issue presented by the Arthur W. Page Center that focuses on international corporate social responsibility (CSR). Fourteen scholars contributed Page-funded research to the project.
In the May issue, Page scholars delve into a number of topics, including the challenges of implementing global CSR strategies, the impact of CSR, building… More
With misrepresentation and half-truths plaguing public discourse these days, the Page Center identified a need to better understand the nature, dynamics and consequences of the “fake news” phenomenon as a contemporary form of misinformation. The Center will fund 11 research projects that study “fake news” from a number of perspectives, as well as seven other studies that tackle a… More