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PR Students Receive Honorable Mention in PRSSA Bateman Case Study Competition

PR Students Receive Honorable Mention in PRSSA Bateman Case Study Competition

Jen Himes  /  04/23/2019  /  Posted in: Student  /  Twitter  /  Facebook

A team of PR and Advertising students have received an honorable mention for their campaign in the 2019 PRSSA National Bateman Case Study... read more

PRAD Wins Again in Arthur W. Page and IPR Case Study Competition

PRAD Wins Again in Arthur W. Page and IPR Case Study Competition

Kristin Claes Mathews  /  03/20/2019  /  Posted in: Student  /  Twitter  /  Facebook

A team of Public Relations and Advertising graduate students from DePaul won first prize in the 2019 Arthur W. Page Society and... read more

Messaging for Change: PRAD Students Explore International Advertising in Europe

Messaging for Change: PRAD Students Explore International Advertising in Europe

Jacob Sabolo  /  03/15/2019  /  Posted in: Student  /  Twitter  /  Facebook

Just do it. Think different. Got milk? A simple phrase, a bold advertisement or a catchy jingle can be powerful enough for a brand to become... read more

Students Take on Campaign Promoting Diversity in Public Relations & Advertising

Students Take on Campaign Promoting Diversity in Public Relations & Advertising

College of Communication  /  03/04/2019  /  Posted in: Student  /  Twitter  /  Facebook

A team of five DePaul students, Di-Voice-City, is breaking down barriers and inviting people of all backgrounds to partake in... read more

Taking Flight: PRAD Senior Realizes His Passion for Public Relations

Taking Flight: PRAD Senior Realizes His Passion for Public Relations

Jacob Sabolo  /  11/20/2018  /  Posted in: Student  /  Twitter  /  Facebook

Andrew Willett originally thought he was meant for the stage. In high school, he worked with the Cleveland Play House, where he met a... read more

Meet Baylee Ritter: Communicating the Importance of Environmental Issues

Meet Baylee Ritter: Communicating the Importance of Environmental Issues

Carolyn Brinckwirth (Newsline)  /  10/18/2018  /  Posted in: Student  /  Twitter  /  Facebook

Coming from McDowell, a small town near Central Illinois, Baylee Ritter knew she wanted to attend college in a big city so she had a... read more

On the Move: Student Media Groups Get New Work Spaces

On the Move: Student Media Groups Get New Work Spaces

Jacob Sabolo  /  10/01/2018  /  Posted in: Student  /  Twitter  /  Facebook

The DePaulia, 14 East Magazine and Radio DePaul Sports moved into new homes on the Loop Campus this spring. Located on the first and... read more

Career Outcomes 2017: Communication Grads Landed Relevant Jobs in Their Chosen Industries

Career Outcomes 2017: Communication Grads Landed Relevant Jobs in Their Chosen Industries

Jen Himes  /  08/21/2018  /  Posted in: Alumni, Student  /  Twitter  /  Facebook

A degree from the College of Communication connects to student success at a high rate, as shown by the Career Outcomes report from... read more

DePaul Journalism Receives $20,000 Gannett Foundation Grant for FOIA Programming

DePaul Journalism Receives $20,000 Gannett Foundation Grant for FOIA Programming

College of Communication  /  08/06/2018  /  Posted in: Faculty, Student  /  Twitter  /  Facebook

The College of Communication received a $20,000 grant from the Gannett Foundation to expand annual programming related to Freedom of... read more

New Sports Communication Program Launches in Fall 2018

New Sports Communication Program Launches in Fall 2018

DePaul Newsline  /  07/24/2018  /  Posted in: Student, Faculty  /  Twitter  /  Facebook

Sports in the U.S. is a major force for economics, entertainment, education and culture. In fact, PricewaterhouseCoopers predicts the... read more

Students Visit Ketchum, a Global PR Firm

Students Visit Ketchum, a Global PR Firm

College of Communication  /  05/23/2018  /  Posted in: Student  /  Twitter  /  Facebook

PRAD 384, an international public relations course taught by Professor Nur Uysal, visited the Ketchum office in Chicago for... read more