Travis Parman, APR, chief communications officer at AppHarvest, returned to his alma mater to speak on the ethics of truth telling in a crisis. With experiences in various international positions, Parman is well versed on handling any scandal with ethics… Read More »Event Recap: Truth or Dare! Ethics of truth telling in a crisis
On Wednesday, Sept. 14, at the Rothchild Catering & Event Center, PRSA Volunteer Chapter and the American Marketing Association held a panel on Effective Strategies for Handling a Crisis. Dylan Jones, BA., Gail E. Rymer, BS., and Mary Ellen Miller,… Read More »Recap: Effective Strategies for Handling a Crisis
“Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed (or published); everything else is Public Relations.” – Attributed to George Orwell That quote by author George Orwell has been making the rounds on the internet and social media for… Read More »Ethics in Journalism and Public Relations: It’s Personal
The recent Rocky Top Revolution is proof positive that social media ignites online fury and stokes offline uprisings.
Equal work? Then equal pay. It doesn’t seem like too much to ask, but it’s a concept that continues to befuddle far too many management cultures. According to the American Association of University Women report, “The Simple Truth about the Gender… Read More »Does your employer perpetuate a gender divide?
April is APR Month — but APR Month has nothing to do with Annual Percentage Rates. A second, less recognized, definition for APR is Accreditation in Public Relations. In the world of communication professionals, Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) is… Read More »April Is APR Month – Do you know what that means?
At its core, public relations is about relationships. Specifically, it’s about building good relationships. Public relations is about building and strengthening relationships with customers, employees, stakeholders, supporters and even rivals. Relationships are especially important in service industries like education, especially in… Read More »Building relationships takes time