A group of Public Relations (PR) students who graduated today from Edge Hill University have received the highest mark ever received for a piece of work since the course began.
Budding PR executives at Edge Hill University are helping local charities make a difference to vulnerable communities – and boosting their employability at the same time.
After his college radio production course was axed before
it had even started, Liverpudlian Brad…
Bagging a dream job in marketing before donning her cap and gown is down to networking and making the most of her time at university, according to Marketing graduate Daisy Simonis.
Edge Hill University’s Senior Lecturer in PR and Politics, Paula Keaveney, has written the following post about the reputational problems the BBC has faced and why a good PR team is essential.
Edge Hill University’s Senior Lecturer in PR and Politics, Paula Keaveney, has written the following post about the public relations behind the EU referendum campaign: If there’s one book you’ll find on most politicians’ bookshelves it’s Drew Westen’s The Political Brain. This 2007 work said that facts and logical arguments are not enough in […]
Edge Hill academic Paula Keaveney, Senior Lecturer in Public Relations and former journalist has written a news article titled Charities Face Perception Problems for online magazine Behind the Spin, which is an online publication aimed at PR students and young practitioners.