Fan Yang and Holly Overton

Research in Progress: Understanding corporate rumors and the psychology of how they spread

Corporate rumors can sap sales, sully reputations and, more importantly, damage the long-term relationship between corporations and the public. Through Page-funded reearch, scholars Fan Yang and Holly Overton are unearthing ways to develop an understanding of the effects and prevalence of corporate rumors.

Dean Baquet, Marilyn Laurie, John W. Rowe

Baquet, Laurie and Rowe named 2019 Larry Foster Award honorees

The third annual Arthur W. Page Center Awards will honor New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet; the late Marilyn Laurie, former executive vice president of brand strategy at AT&T; and former Aetna CEO John W. Rowe on Feb. 20, 2019 at the Grand Hyatt – Midtown Manhattan Hotel in New York City.

Kim Sheehan and Kati Tusinski Berg

Research in Progress: Strategies to address consumer motivations to adopt bike-sharing programs

Page scholars Kim Sheehan and Kati Tusinski Berg are conducting a study on the motivations of people to use bike sharing programs. Replicating previous research on potential bike-sharers in China, the duo will examine whether Americans exhibit similar motivations to participate in the program. 

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2019 scholar grants to examine advocacy and narratives in public communication

The Page Center has announced its 2019 call for research proposals. Scholars may submit proposals on two areas of research: advocacy communications and narratives in public communications. The calls are a part of the Center's annual Page/Johnson Legacy Scholar grant program.

The 2019 Arthur W. Page Center Awards for Integrity in Public Communication (Feb. 20 in New York City)

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The Arthur W. Page Center Awards

Relive the second annual Arthur W. Page Center Awards where icons of integrity Bill George, Gwen Ifill and John Onoda were honored.

Page Center Modules

Page Center Training Modules

The Page Center is strengthening the role of ethics education in communications classrooms. We offer 12 free online modules on a range of ethics topics in public relations.

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Legacy Scholar Grants

Support for scholars and professionals making important contributions to ethics and responsibility in public communication.