The Drake University School of Journalism and Mass Communication welcomes Patrick Merle, Ph.D., to share his international communications experiences in the inaugural lecture of the Drake University Public Relations Distinguished Lecture Series. His talk, “Notes From the Field: The Secret Life of a Passport,” will be held in Sussman Theater in Drake University’s Olmsted Center […]
Assistant professor David Remund, Ph.D., APR, is among the worldwide team of scholars who contributed to the second edition of Encyclopedia of Public Relations, recently published by SAGE. This two-volume set is a comprehensive resource about the field of public relations, as well as the evolution of public relations practice. Remund’s contributions are in the area […]
Assistant professors David Remund, Ph.D., APR, and Kelly Bruhn, Ph.D., APR, have published an article in Teaching Journalism and Mass Communication, the peer-reviewed journal of the Small Programs Interest Group of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. The article is titled Beyond Simple Service Learning: Reengineering the Public Relations Capstone to More […]
Assistant professor David Remund, Ph.D., APR, has published an article in Teaching Public Relations, the peer-reviewed journal of the Public Relations Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. The article, titled Scholar as Social Connector, advises public relations professors how to connect theory with practice in this fast-changing digital age, in […]
This fall, Jennifer Glover Konfrst will join the School of Journalism and Mass Communication as an assistant professor, teaching public relations and also a few courses within the SJMC core curriculum. We asked Professor Konfrst to share 25 things about herself, so that we could all get to know her better. Here’s the list: 1. […]
Assistant professor Dave Remund, Ph.D., APR, has published a study in Public Relations Review, the oldest peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of public relations practice. The study, titled Integrating Evidence-Based Practices into Public Relations Education, tests a pre-professional teaching model typically associated with fields such as law and medicine. By adding discussion and analysis of […]
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