Inaugural 2022 Ragan Research Award

Jeonghyun “Janice” Lee (Doctoral candidate) received the Inaugural 2022 Ragan Research Award (faculty advisor: Juan Meng). The award is jointly sponsored by The Institute for Public Relations and Ragan Communications. The purpose of the Ragan Research Award is to offer students an opportunity to conduct secondary research on an important topic in the PR industry. Janice has published a research brief on the topic of ESG. The title of the research brief is Engaging Employees through Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Narratives. Janice Lee will receive the award at the 2022 IPR Distinguished Lecture & Awards Dinner in New York on December 01, 2022. Award information can be found at:  https://instituteforpr.org/ragan-research-award/  Janice also did an interview with PR Daily about her research interests and the study findings which can be found at: https://www.prdaily.com/findings-from-the-1st-ragan-research-awards-esg-narratives-on-social-media/

JeongHyun (Janice) Lee  Juan Meng 

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