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Social Media and the Presidential Election

In today’s connected world, it’s easy to voice your political stance or support a candidate with the click of a button. A new course in the… 476 more words

DePaul Professors

BU Women's Leadership Symposium showcases female professionals

The Inaugural BU Women’s Leadership Symposium on Tuesday night touched on an array of issues, from the role of women in professional settings to the way feminism has changed since the movement began more than 50 years ago. 719 more words

Tune In: Conference Recap

On February 20th, 2016, we hosted our annual regional conference, PRAdvanced: Tune In! The main theme of our conference centered around the fundamental communication principal of learning how to “listen first and talk second”. 328 more words

Public Relations

Public Safety Messenger: Karen Bartuch (CMN MA '10)

The phrase “Run at the problem, not away” is ingrained in Karen Bartuch (CMN MA ’10), and it’s a mantra that has served her well over the years. 355 more words

Alumni

Guest Speaker Jodeane Brownlee

Radio broadcasting has always been an area that I have been hesitant about doing. Not because

I don’t think I have the chops to do it if it were asked of me but because it was never my first pick… 275 more words

PR Students Honored in Prestigious Competition

DePaul’s public relations and advertising (PRAD) master’s program proved its excellence once again this year when two groups of students placed in the 14th annual… 429 more words

Alumni

With CILSE construction, a greater cost to BU's campus

Boston University’s Institutional Master Plan proposes to funnel over $750 million into development projects around the school’s Charles River Campus, but for students like freshman Becky Davis, the changes wouldn’t come without a shock. 297 more words