Sept. 14 — Aaron Brown, Fahlgren Mortine

Scripps PRSSA was pleased to welcome Executive Vice President Aaron Brown from Fahlgren Mortine to speak virtually with us on Zoom. During the Monday meeting, Brown spoke briefly about Fahlgren Mortine, but focused his presentation on a skill we may not often consider: listening. Fahlgren Mortine, Meaning and Precision, Making a Difference First, Brown defined … Continue reading Sept. 14 — Aaron Brown, Fahlgren Mortine

9 Things About the PR World You Don’t Believe Until You’ve Lived It

By Ashleigh Mavros, Ohio University graduate I’m an odd one; I did the whole graduation thing a bit differently. I got a job, received my diploma and will return next week to walk at commencement. Usually, it’s the other way around. Nonetheless, I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to dive into the PR industry at … Continue reading 9 Things About the PR World You Don’t Believe Until You’ve Lived It

In case you missed it: Scripps PRSSA 9/9/13, RECAPPED

By Briagenn Adams The first Scripps PRSSA meeting of the 2013-2014 school year was a huge success! With more than 93 people jam-packed into Scripps 111, the room was abuzz with positive energy and a particular PR excitement only known to us special Scripps kids. As a reminder, sign-ups have begun for the Social Affairs … Continue reading In case you missed it: Scripps PRSSA 9/9/13, RECAPPED

Which to choose: specialized vs. generalized PR

By Ashleigh Mavros Sometime during your PR college career, you may find yourself wondering whether you should become a specialist or generalist. Here’s the short answer; there is no right answer. Some PR students will graduate as generalists and others as specialists, and both have the potential for long, successful careers. Generalists who have experience … Continue reading Which to choose: specialized vs. generalized PR