Insights from PR Place
Catherine Maguire summarises her dissertation study into the impact of social media in reducing the stigma attached to mental illness.
This week in PR (8 May)
It's a Bank Holiday, but it's also a Friday, so here's our pick from #ThisWeekinPR
#PartnersInComms: Ann Pilkington and Kevin Ruck, co-founders of PR Academy
We profile Ann Pilkington and Kevin Ruck, co-founders of PR Academy, in a new series celebrating those who work together and live together.
This week in PR (1 May)
Thoughts are starting to turn to the future. Here's our round-up of #ThisWeekinPR.
Shortlist announced for #prstudent #bestPRblogs
Having featured 246 posts from 31 students at seven different universities, we announce the shortlist for UK's Best PR student Blogger.
Career building blocks
Given the employment uncertainty created by the global Covid-19 crisis, Dr Heather Yaxley provides guidance in this article to help you create an agile professional development plan (PDP) using a dynamic and flexible set of career building blocks.
Review: Influencers & Revolutionaries
On Earth Day, we review a book that explores how capitalism can repurpose itself in the face of the climate crisis.
My doctoral diary (part two)
'I spent my time observing conversations on the bus, or while walking.' Miriam Pelusi discusses the use of ethnography to explore dialogue in her latest doctoral diary.
University students have immediate worries - and long-term concerns - arising from the coronavirus lockdown.
This week in PR (10 April)
It's Good Friday. Please forgive us for treating it as another working day.