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LA DIVERSIDAD EN RELACIONES PÚBLICAS: ADAPTARNOS A UN MUNDO QUE NO PARA DE CAMBIAR

Hoy en día, el mundo está dividido en distintos países a las que pertenece cada individuo, donde en su mayoría no se habla un mismo idioma y no se comparten  las mismas tradiciones. Dentro de estas naciones existe un sentido de los que la habitan que actúa con la finalidad de integrarse, normalmente hacia un idioma […]

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Keep Austin Weird – PRSSA National Conference 2018

 For years, Austin, Texas has often been compared to Silicon Valley in California and has been dubbed Silicon Hills. However, there’s more to Austin than meets the eye. From the outside looking in you see a fast-growing, populated area that has been the result of gentrification over the years. What you don’t see is a […]

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Alabama, Boston, North Carolina—January and February Regional Conference Preview

Regional Conferences are kicking off this month, with schools from all over the country ready to host conferences for everyone to enjoy. The University of Alabama is first on the list, hoping to help all attendees fine-tune their public relations skills. Boston University and the combined forces of Elon University and University of North Carolina […]

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How to Make the Most of Your Degree’s Electives

Before every semester, students fret about what courses they need to take to fulfill their degree requirements. Next time you find yourself in this situation, use those extra electives and degree requirements to your advantage by choosing one of these out of the box courses. Screenwriting While this course is typically taken by theater and […]

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Lessons From a “New” New Professional

This post is part of a series of “Lives of New Professionals” guest posts for Progressions. Starting a new job as a new professional can seem a little scary. During my first few months as a new professional at Finn Partners, I’ve learned many things – about working in the social/digital space, engaging with consumers, […]

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Communicating with Culture

Fact: Social media has made the world a smaller, more interconnected place. #duh Fiction: Cultural lines are being blurred and relaxed, some altogether disappearing. #huh? A person’s culture is evident in every part of his or her life. From the way we do business to  how we speak to our friends to the way we select […]

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The Public Relations Battlefield

In May 2010, I joined a student journalistic embed with the Minnesota National Guard.  An embed is a militaristic term that means I lived in the barracks, ate MREs (meal, ready-to-eat) and experienced a military lifestyle, while improving my journalism skills during crisis, high-stress situations. For five days, I did field reporting work as an […]

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