Posts filed under: social media

Why PR professors & students need to present at APS

While many of my colleagues are attending and presenting at other conferences in PR and Communications, I decided to go to one of my favorite conferences. Was this another PR conference? No. It was a Psychology conference. And it is […]

5 Lessons for PR and Crisis Communications from NBC’s “The BlackList”

I wouldn’t necessarily call myself an avid TV watcher, but there are some shows I have enjoyed over the years and I do try to catch up over the summer with some of these shows. One show that I have […]

Crisis Messaging Research showcased on The Crisis Intelligence Podcast

Chatting with fellow professionals about work and research is always enjoyable. But when it is one of the leading professionals in the field, it’s especially rewarding. This is what happened this past week with Melissa Agnes. Kristin and I had […]

Podcast Interviews: Another element to enhance personal brand for PR professors

I had a chance to talk with Harry Hawk about teaching social media here at the University of Louisville on his podcast this past week. I first started corresponding with Harry after he heard my podcast interview with Kevin Anselmo […]

6 Social Media Education Resources for Professors

I have gotten several emails and notes on social media about what tools and resources professors could use in the classroom for either for the summer term, or even prepping for the upcoming fall semester. The thing I really have […]