Monday, February 7, 2011

What Is The Center For Global PR? - Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is the Center For Global Public Relations (CGPR)?

A: A resource for practitioners, scholars/educators and students worldwide who want to increase their knowledge about global public relations.

Q: What is required of global public relations practitioners?

A: Specialists in global public relations must have the strategic, tactical and technical knowledge and skills that are required of all public relations practitioners. However, specialists in global public relations must have additional education and experience that increase the breadth and depth of their worldview to enable them to better understand, appreciate and respect the range of social, political, economic and cultural environments worldwide.

Q: What type of resources does the CGPR provide?

A: The Center For Global Public Relations provides a range of professional development opportunities for students & facilitators alike. To learn a bit more about our resources, click HERE.

Q: What type of events are to be hosted by the CGPR this semester?

A: This semester we will be hosting various events, including the Traveling Road Show, a U.K. Public Relations Seminar, an Advisory Board meeting and the 2011 CGPR Research Conference.

Q: How may I get involved?

A: We have a number of opportunities available for students and faculty, inclusive of volunteer and internship opportunities (students), as well as global associate and affiliate positions (faculty). More information will be posted HERE (on our official website) regarding positions in the near future.

Q: What are the Center's hours of operation?

A: Though it varies each semester, we are currently open on Monday 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM, Tuesday 2:30 PM - 6:00 PM, Wednesday 12:30 PM - 5:00 PM and Thursday 2:30 PM - 6:00 PM.

Q: How may I contact the CGPR?

A: If you have any questions, concerns or comments, we are available via e-mail at You may also follow us on Twitter @CGPR (click HERE) for exclusive updates and information.

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