What I wish I knew freshman year as PR major
Written by Megan White Getting to stand in front of my peers at commencement in a few short months is something I’ve been waiting for since I was a freshman in college. I’ve always wanted to be a part of the working world. There’s a refreshing feeling about it. In college, you can easily overwhelm… Continue reading
How Public Relations Molded Me Into A Young Professional
By: Sebastian Szczurowski When I look back at my time at the University of Central Missouri I can’t help but to think about how fast it all went by. It seems like it was just yesterday that I made my first official visit to the university for my scheduled orientation day. When I first made… Continue reading
How Do We Solve Mental Health in Public Relations?
By: Elizabeth Ewell Mental Health Issues have become one of the leading common deaths in America. Mental health is often a topic that is shunned or embarrassing to discuss. Some take mental health issues as a joke, and some are not afraid to speak out about the issue. Still, there are more who pay no… Continue reading
Research is Boring, Time-Consuming and Absolutely Critical to Your Success
By: Ashleigh Horn Research is the key to all successful public relations strategy. It is the defining factor in how we choose to tell our client’s story and helps us identify how our target audiences will react—long before they are ever exposed to any messaging. But why is research crucial? How can it single-handedly define… Continue reading