The Center will award grants of $500 to $15,000 each to support scholars and professionals making important contributions to knowledge, practice, or public understanding of ethics and responsibility in public communication.
Legacy Scholar Grants
Researchers from universities around the world contributed in-depth educational modules on important issues facing public relations practitioners today. Topics include digital ethics, transparency, codes of ethics and more.
Page Center Training
The Center maintains—and continues to develop—research materials in the area of ethics in public communication and corporate responsibility.
Oral History Collections
The Page Center’s initiatives address important topics in communication ethics through research, teaching, and other forms of engagement with the practice. These ongoing, coordinated efforts are findings answers for current communication issues.
Throughout the year, the Page Center organizes a number of outreach events that support and promote its mission, as well as engage the community in important discussions about ethics and integrity with leaders in public communications.
Page Center Awards
The Arthur W. Page Center for Integrity in Public Communication is a research center at the Penn State College of Communications dedicated to the study and advancement of ethics and responsibility in corporate communication and other forms of public communication.
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