This workshop will cover techniques for those who need to accomplish deeper research on the open internet. Make sure to register!
Hilltop on the Hill 2018 is just around the corner. Students interested in a career in political communication should not pass up this excellent opportunity. During October 6-11, Drs. Rita Kirk, Sandy Duhé, and Christopher Salinas will lead students on a backstage tour of Washington DC politics. See how Congressional aids, journalists, campaign managers, and consultants have made careers in Washington DC. All applicants will be qualified financial assistance as Bauer scholars. Applications should be turned into the CCPA office no later than September 14, but please apply early as spaces are limited. To access the application, drop by the CCPA office; click on the link below; and/or request an application and questions about the application process by emailing [email protected] When: October 6-10, 2018 Where: Washington DC Who: Faculty Leaders: Drs. Salinas, Kirk, and Duhé To access the Hilltop Application, click on the following link: Hilltop Intel and Application 2018
CCPA is stepping up its communication game this year, expanding our blogging efforts, adding new sections to the SMUCCPA.com website and diving into video and podcasting. We do, after all, teach communication so we should do what we preach. Expanded activities mean a larger team of content developers. But like any good organization, we want to hear from you. Use the Contact Us form below to tell us what you want to know.
Champion Management Looking for Public Relations Intern Job Description Champion is one of the fastest growing PR and Branding agencies in Dallas. We are looking for a Public Relations intern to help us keep our clients in the headlines. We are seeking a PR Intern for our home office in Addison. Working closely with Champion’s award-winning PR team, our intern will receive real-world experience by participating in client campaigns, assisting with local store marketing projects and attending client events.
by Alex Twiss Public relations is evolving into an industry driven by data. With so much data, artificial intelligence (AI) plays an inevitable part in sifting through it all. Though the future of public relations will include AI, Jon Iwata, in his interview with PRSA, provided a wise warning to proceed ethically and with caution. He stated that “AI should be a partner, not a leader, to PR practitioners.”