Upcoming Programs

Changing Behaviors Through Social Marketing: Wisconsin DOJ Sends a DOSE OF REALITY

Feb. 17, 2016

In the words of Attorney General Brad Schimel, prescription opiate abuse is now a “public health crisis” in Wisconsin. Deaths and hospitalizations from overdoses are increasing, and four out of five heroin addicts start by abusing prescription painkillers. That’s why Schimel ordered the development and implementation of a statewide Prescription Opiate Abuse Prevention, Education, and… Read more »

Saturday Seminar: Good Luck? No, Good Planning! A strategic public relations planning workshop for mid-level practitioners

March 12, 2016

In the words of the late, great Yogi Berra, “If you don’t know where you’re going, you’ll end up someplace else.” That’s certainly true in public relations, where ever-changing conditions, a plethora of tactical possibilities and the sheer speed with which today’s information moves can easily divert focus from your desired goal. A good strategic… Read more »

Jagler to Review Changes and Challenges in Communicating for Businesses

March 16, 2016

Big changes are ahead for the business of journalism and how journalism covers business. This goes beyond corporate consolidations and includes new technologies and techniques being used to cover news. Major organizations like the Associated Press, The New York Times, ProPublica and Oregon Public Broadcasting have turned to automation technology to churn out some of… Read more »

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