Applications are now open for the second Ragan Research Award, offered in partnership with the Institute for Public Relations.
This opportunity offers the chosen student a chance to conduct secondary research in the field of public relations, with the help of a $1,500 stipend.
Last year, Jeonghyun Janice Lee, a doctoral student at the University of Georgia, created a paper on “Engaging Employees Through Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Narratives.” Read more here.
“It’s so inspiring to share the thinking and original research from the next generation of comms professionals,” said Diane Schwartz, CEO of Ragan. “The Ragan Research Award is an incredible opportunity to support the IPR mission and to elevate the importance of research in the profession.”
The deadline to submit an application is June 15. Read more about how you can get involved here.