The third annual Arthur W. Page Awards highlighted the commitment to integrity communications leaders make every day. The 2019 class of honorees included innovators and groundbreakers who are respected in their fields and beyond.
More than 200 people braved a winter storm to honor Dean Baquet, Marilyn Laurie and Jack Rowe on Feb. 20 at the Grand Hyatt… More
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. Each will be honored with a Larry Foster Award for Integrity in Public Communication at an awards… More
Journalist Suki Dardarian joined the Arthur W. Page Center’s advisory board, bringing with her more than 35 years in the news business and a unique view of public communications as a leader in journalism.
Dardarian joined Minneapolis’ Star Tribune in April of 2014 as senior managing editor and vice president, overseeing news and digital. Prior to that,… More
The Arthur W. Page Center has launched an international search for a senior research fellow to join the Center for a four-year appointment from July 2019 to June 2023. The work of the fellow will align with the Center’s mission to conduct timely and innovative communications research and promote integrity within the professional and academic fields.
The Arthur W. Page Center is hosting a discussion among four current and former executives that have a combined 150 years of experience in public communications. From personal successes to global challenges, the industry leaders will share stories geared toward the importance of ethical and well-informed decision-making.
“PR Roundtable: A Discussion Among Corporate Leaders” will feature panelists who… More
Each year, the Page Center funds a select group of research projects as part of its Page/Johnson Legacy Scholar grant program. While focus areas differ from year to year, the Center aims to support research that fosters an understanding of the Page Principles and Johnson & Johnson Credo, two philosophies that promote ethical decision-making in public relations.