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Apr
12
2021
WACO, Texas (April 12, 2021) — Managers should listen more, be empathetic and be sure they give feedback — even if they cannot solve a problem immediately, according to a Baylor University study that focused on workplace communication during the pandemic.
Jan
23
2021
The Baylor Journalism, Public Relations & New Media Alumni Engagement committee was very busy during the 2019-20 academic year. Committee members planned various activities throughout the year to connect with alumni in meaningful ways. Prior to these efforts, alumni, faculty and staff reported feeling disconnected.
Jan
23
2021
The Baylor Journalism, Public Relations & New Media department offers more than $200,000 in annual scholarship funds to students. An additional $40,000 is set aside for incoming freshman and transferring journalism majors.
Jan
23
2021
Baylor Student Media earned a number of prestigious awards this semester, including Editor & Publishers’ national EPPY Award, long considered the Pulitzer Prize of college journalism. This award for Best College Campus Website recognized baylorlariat.com for its stellar multimedia coverage over the past year.
Jan
23
2021
We are excited to introduce the new Baylor, Journalism, Public Relations & New Media Advisory Board. Members of this esteemed group of journalists, PR professionals, attorneys, entrepreneurs, educators are committed to giving back to the next generation of writers, reporters, and communicators.
Jan
23
2021
My father-in-law Dick Wall was a member of the Baylor class of 1930, a journalism major and editor of the Round-Up. For years he had lunch every week with friends, especially some he had gone to Baylor with.
Jan
23
2021
Baylor Journalism, Public Relations & New Media Professor Robert Darden, BSED ’76, continues to share his talents with newspapers and magazines. Darden, who earned the designation of Master Teacher in 2019, published several articles last year.
Jan
23
2021
Without a doubt, this semester has been the most challenging in all my 19 years of teaching in the Baylor University Department of Journalism, Public Relations & New Media. Kudos to our majors for making it through the term, despite the many obstacles they faced.
Jan
23
2021
After a full semester of preparations with online instructional designers, the new online MA in advertising and public relations is ready for a January 2021 launch.
Jan
23
2021
The Baylor University Journalism, Public Relations and New Media department seeks a dynamic individual to fill this position beginning Fall 2021.
Jan
23
2021
Dr. Doug Ferdon had increased the faculty from six to 14 when he retired in 2014. Ferdon was on the hiring team for Drs. Clark Baker, Marlene Neil, JPR&NM Chair Mia Moody-Ramirez and Burleson, as well as Robert “Bob” Darden, Maxey Parrish, Sharon Gripp, Kevin Tankersley, and former faculty member, Dr. Amanda Sturgill, now a tenured associate professor at Elon University in North Carolina.
Jan
23
2021
Despite the challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, the department’s goals to assist our current students and reach prospective students have remained the same. Specifically, we offered more summer classes than ever before to help our students gain valuable skills and make progress towards graduation on time.
Jan
23
2021
A new book, PR Women with Influence: Breaking Through the Ethical and Leadership Challenges, explores how women in the profession of public relations and communication navigate through attitudinal, structural and social barriers in advancing their leadership roles.
Jan
22
2021
Alumna Pens Book of Prayers
When Kimberly Willingham Hubbard found herself in the role of a parent a few years ago she remembered how her parents had prayed scriptural promises over her and her sister when they were children.
Jan
22
2021
Alumna's Book Offers Advice for Women
In her second book, "Is It Just Me?," alumna Grace Valentine focuses on trust. It’s about learning to trust God in doubts and fears….
Jan
22
2021
Baylor in Budapest Returns
After having to cancel last year’s trip due to COVID, we are excited to be planning for the Baylor in Budapest Summer 2021 program.
Jan
20
2021
Even during the Covid-19 pandemic, members of the Baylor Journalism, Public Relations & New Media faculty continued to publish research in the industry’s top journals, conferences and with leading publishers.
Aug
6
2020
WACO, Texas (Aug. 6, 2020) – Marlene S. Neill, Ph.D., associate professor and graduate program director of Baylor University’s department of journalism, public relations and new media, has been named a member in the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) College of Fellows.
Jun
12
2020
Baylor Department of Journalism, Public Relations and New Media faculty and staff are excited to present this issue of the alumni newsletter! It is filled with good news and updates of interest to our JPR&NM family.
Jun
10
2020
Throughout the summer we are featuring videos of Journalism, Public Relations and New Media alumni. Below are a few of the videos on our Facebook page. Please send us your video if you would like to be featured on our social media.
Jun
10
2020
The Baylor Department of Journalism, Public Relations and New Media is committed to cultivating a culture of global and domestic diversity, equity and inclusion in our student body, faculty, staff and curriculum.
Jun
10
2020
More than two dozen students were honored in the first-ever virtual awards ceremony for the Department of Journalism, Public Relations & New Media Friday, May 15. COVID-19 could not keep faculty and staff from recognizing our best students and graduates, continuing a long-standing end-of-the-year tradition.
Jun
8
2020
As part of an outreach strategy starting in January 2020, JPR&NM folks decided to start touring Texas cities with large alumni bases. When the COVID-19 pandemic restricted travel, the tours were switched to Zoom meetings.

Along the way, it was decided to combine various classes with the physical location to attract "Zoomers" with similar interests.
Jun
8
2020
Kimberly Willingham Hubbard, a 2008 JPRNM graduate, has just published her first book, Crowned in Promise: 100 Prayers for Your Children, which contains “individually-themed prayers to claim over the lives of your children.”
Jun
8
2020
She was “a young girl at Baylor” who had to “buy a book about writing books” when she realized her dream could be won with “enthusiasm and Jesus.”

Grace Valentine.

That’s her real name. There are multiple facsimiles on Facebook but only one Grace Valentine with 30,000 copies of “Am I Enough?” sold worldwide.
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