Karen Russell book
Russell uncovers earliest known corporate PR practitioner in new book July 14, 2020 Karen Russell, a Jim Kennedy New Media Professor at Grady College, has written a new book, “Promoting Monopoly: AT&T and the Politics of Public Relations, 1876-1941.” “Promoting Monopoly,” e... read more about Russell uncovers earliest known corporate PR practitioner in new book
Stephanie Dixon, Lockheed Martin
Apollo 11 anniversary meant more for PAC graduate July 13, 2020 Stephanie Dixon (AB '18), an inaugural cohort member of the Public Affairs Communications program, experienced the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing last year in a very special manner ... read more about Apollo 11 anniversary meant more for PAC graduate
Speakers Bureau
Register now for Speakers Bureau July 10, 2020 Visit the Speakers Bureau registration form to tell us about your interests. Reassurance, encouragement, advice and support are what our students are most in need of right now and one way alumni... read more about Register now for Speakers Bureau
Scripps Howard Foundation awards grant to fund Cox Institute’s reporting project June 30, 2020 The Scripps Howard Foundation has awarded a grant to the James M. Cox Jr. Institute for Journalism Innovation, Management and Leadership for a poverty reporting initiative. The grant of $7,500 w... read more about Scripps Howard Foundation awards grant to fund Cox Institute’s reporting project
eHealth class addresses intersection of healthcare and technology June 25, 2020 There is nothing like a global pandemic to emphasize the reliance on technology. One of the sectors that is gaining momentum is healthcare, with the growth of concepts like telehealth consultations... read more about eHealth class addresses intersection of healthcare and technology
Sabriya Rice assesses journalism amid the Covid-19 pandemic June 24, 2020 Sabriya Rice, Knight Chair for Health and Medical Journalism, has worked for some of the nations' foremost authorities in medical journalism. She uses her experience now to train journalists coveri... read more about Sabriya Rice assesses journalism amid the Covid-19 pandemic
New class teaches digital literacy tools to combat information disorder June 23, 2020 A new Grady College course is equipping students with skills needed to discern between truth and misinformation when consuming digital media. “Media Savvy: Becoming Digitally Literate” is an onl... read more about New class teaches digital literacy tools to combat information disorder
Cox Institute’s eBook from The Lead Podcast Wins Gold Medals June 19, 2020 This story was originally published on the Cox Institute page here. An eBook featuring excerpts of interviews from The Lead podcast won two gold medals in the 2020 eLit Book Awards competition, ... read more about Cox Institute’s eBook from The Lead Podcast Wins Gold Medals
Lexie Little: From Hearst Award to study of Confederate monuments June 18, 2020 It’s been an eventful summer for Lexie Little. The season started out in a great way for the journalism graduate student when she heard she was the recipient of a coveted Hearst Award, and the s... read more about Lexie Little: From Hearst Award to study of Confederate monuments
Peabody Awards partners with PBS for documentary roundtable discussion June 17, 2020 The Peabody Awards has partnered with PBS for a roundtable special featuring the filmmakers of this year’s 10 Peabody documentary winners. The co-production, “Peabody Presents: Best in Documentary,... read more about Peabody Awards partners with PBS for documentary roundtable discussion