Tag Archives: professionalism

Take a nap, get ahead.

  A new study released today by HealthDay News reveals that taking a mid-day nap can increase your brain’s ability to remember things. Now to me, this has always made sense. I have always been a fan of afternoon naps; … Continue reading

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Know your role…

Back when I was a freshman I, like many others, was still undecided on my major. I’m sure we’ve all had different paths that brought us to PR, but I think it would be more important for those thinking about … Continue reading

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Weekly roundup

JMC417 students have explored quite a range of topics this past week, as they dip their toe into blogging. Cast Communications looked at propaganda, which tied into last week’s classroom discussions as well. How can we keep PR from devolving … Continue reading

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Your Search Engine Results are as Important as Your Resume

by Metis PR I selected a posting from the PRos in Training blog called, “Your Search Engine Results are as Important as Your Resume.” Most public relations professors, like many of the people in this class, focus on honing their … Continue reading

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