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Profiles of Tenacity: Karenia Murry
Fourth-year journalism student Karenia Murry currently serves as the vice president for the National Association of Black Journalists at UGA. She enjoys the community she’s found through organizations and classes […]
Research indicates policing videos contribute to trauma symptoms among Black Americans
Viewing violent police videos can result in trouble sleeping, symptoms of PTSD and feelings of being on guard, especially among Black Americans, according to research published in the Fall 2023 […]
SEE Suite benefits from Brazil PR agency partnership
The week of November 5, a team representing the Department of Advertising and Public Relations at Grady College visited Brazil to exchange practices and continue research collaboration. Itai Himelboim, Michael […]
NaYoung Song takes on Crisis Communication
After completing her bachelor’s degree at Korea University, NaYoung Song decided to attend the University of Georgia to receive her master’s, becoming the inaugural scholar in a partnership between the […]
Profiles of Tenacity: Dani García Pozo
Dani García Pozo’s love of writing motivates them to craft memorable stories and projects during their time at Grady College. Read more about their creative pursuits below. Why did you […]
AdPR Academy continues to grow in 7th year
In late October, a diverse group of 30 students from colleges and universities across the Southeast gathered in Atlanta for just under a week of training to advance their skills […]
“Above all else, this fund has allowed people to identify their stories, stories that matter,” Carter said. “Many who I have interviewed have said, ‘you are the first person who has asked me about my experience at UGA.’”