Journalism Dept. hosts Georgia Military College faculty for ‘Inspiring Student Writers’ workshop November 11, 2014 Fifteen faculty members from Georgia Military College (GMC) - a liberal arts junior college with campuses across the state-heard about innovative approaches to teaching writing during a workshop No... read more about Journalism Dept. hosts Georgia Military College faculty for ‘Inspiring Student Writers’ workshop
Grady AdPR first to partner with Moxie on N>GEN education initiative November 11, 2014 Moxie, a digitally driven agency with full-service capabilities, formally announced the launching of its new education initiative, N>GEN. Through this groundbreaking program, discipline leads at... read more about Grady AdPR first to partner with Moxie on N>GEN education initiative
Grady College announces Dean’s Medal for Don E. Carter November 10, 2014 Don E. Carter (ABJ '38) has been awarded the Dean's Medal for Leadership Excellence by the University of Georgia Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. Charles Davis, dean o... read more about Grady College announces Dean’s Medal for Don E. Carter
UGA professor named first C. Richard Yarbrough Professor in Crisis Communication Leadership November 7, 2014 The University of Georgia Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication has named Bryan H. Reber, a public relations professor, as its first C. Richard Yarbrough Professor in Crisis Communicat... read more about UGA professor named first C. Richard Yarbrough Professor in Crisis Communication Leadership
ADPR Connection 2014: Share Your Story November 6, 2014 Students and professionals will share their stories at the fourth annual ADPR Connection on Tuesday, Nov. 11 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in University of Georgia's Tate Grand Hall. It is a common ... read more about ADPR Connection 2014: Share Your Story
Peabody Decades presents Watching the Detectives November 6, 2014 The following is a blog post printed by permission from the Peabody Awards website. The post details programming for the next Peabody Decades installment Nov. 11. In the realm of broadcasting, cri... read more about Peabody Decades presents Watching the Detectives
Communicators should address failures, be transparent during crisis recovery, UGA research finds November 5, 2014 Crisis communicators play a vital role in how the public views a business immediately after an unexpected and disruptive situation. According to a recent University of Georgia study, it is essentia... read more about Communicators should address failures, be transparent during crisis recovery, UGA research finds
Grady aims to double its collections for annual Hunger Bowl benefiting the Food Bank of NEGA November 4, 2014 For the second year in a row, the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication is collecting donations for the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia’s Hunger Bowl.  The annual food drive&... read more about Grady aims to double its collections for annual Hunger Bowl benefiting the Food Bank of NEGA
Grady Newsource to produce live election night special November 3, 2014 Broadcast and digital journalism students in Grady Newsource will gain valuable, hands-on political reporting experience this Election Day, Nov. 4. In addition to gathering stories throughout the ... read more about Grady Newsource to produce live election night special
UGA research shows viral ads spread due to two types of social Web sharing November 3, 2014 In August 2013, Americans watched viral video ads 22.8 billion times. According to a new study conducted by the University of Georgia, this has to do with two processes of social Web sharing: refer... read more about UGA research shows viral ads spread due to two types of social Web sharing