One of the earliest known PR women remained unknown in PR history until a few months ago.Discovered by @KarenRussell, prof and historian at Museum partner @UGAGrady, she advised politicians, nonprofits and builders. Find out more on Mar 7. https://t.co/1DFYJAYSbb pic.twitter.com/dXtWvWMfyd— The Museum of PR (@museumofpr) March 6, 2019
A short thread about PR measurement.— Stephen Waddington (@wadds) March 5, 2019
Effective measurement isn’t easy. It’s why PR has adopted bullshit and proxy metrics. But the only way you’ll increase your value and budget is to prove your effectiveness in terms that your organisation understands.#measurepr
Whether you're a student, a graduate, or just looking to start a career in PR, the PRCA Careers Fair is the perfect place to find your dream job. Get your tickets now: https://t.co/m3XhxXaAM8 pic.twitter.com/9zSe6BtGwC— PRCA (@PRCA_UK) March 7, 2019
BU PR student highlight: It has been 4 years of watching the incredible @Y_Miladinova rise to the top. Not only is she the President of @BUPR_Soc, but her blogs are consistently recognized by @PR_Place and she is a top academic performer. BAPR Class of 2019 excellence in action.— Dr Joyce Costello (@DrJoyceC) March 4, 2019
Richard Bailey is editor of PR Place. He teaches and assesses undergraduate, postgraduate and professional students.