2022 call for research proposals will focus on sustainability communication
September 17, 2021
Organizations are constantly adapting their missions and initiatives to achieve ambitious sustainability goals. Communicating those practices in an efficient and ethical manner to internal and external publics can be challenging. The Arthur W. Page Center hopes to alleviate those challenges with its 2022 Page/Johnson Scholar Grant program call for research proposals. The year’s topic is sustainability communication
Page Center working with Museum of PR to chronicle industry’s COVID-19 response
June 30, 2021
The Museum of Public Relations announced a major effort to document the PR industry’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic in partnership with the Page Center, the Page Society, the Institute for Public Relations, the PR Council, and the Grady College at the University of Georgia. The initiative is modeled on a longstanding New York Historical… More
Research Call: Sustainability journal publishing CSA/CSR special issue
June 4, 2021
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.
The call will be… More
Page Center announces 2021 grants on corporate social advocacy, ethics of care and activism
April 1, 2021
The Arthur W. Page Center announced the recipients of its 2021 Page/Johnson Legacy Scholar Grants. This year’s call included two areas of research (Corporate Social Advocacy and Ethics of Care) and a call for curriculum development (Activism).
The 17 funded research projects will expand the knowledge and understanding in these important communications topics. The four… More
Fauci, Woodruff, Robinson and Heyman honored at fifth annual awards
February 25, 2021
The discussions at the fifth annual Page Center Awards were as inspirational as they were timely. This year’s class of honorees shared stories, principles, advice and reflection during the virtual event on Feb. 24.
Honorees were Dr. Anthony Fauci, NIAID director; Judy Woodruff, anchor and managing editor of PBS Newshour; Eugene Robinson, Washington Post columnist and editor; and… More
New Page Center training module focuses on effects of fake news
December 15, 2020
By Alyssa DeLuca, Page Center intern
The Page Center recently launched an addition to its online Public Relations Ethics Training. The new module is called Ethical Implications of Fake News for PR Professionals.
Module developer Lori McKinnon, associate professor at Oklahoma State University, says the module provides an introduction to how ethical responsibility impacts earned, owned… More