Upcoming events

Celebrating Black PR History
Wednesday, May 3

Panelists Judith Harrison, SVP Diversity and Inclusion, Weber Shandwick, and president of the PRSA Foundation; David Albritton, Executive Director, Communications, Global Product Development Communications, General Motors; Terry Edmonds, former for speechwriter for President Clinton; Terrie Williams, legendary entertainment publicist to stars like Eddie Murphy and Chris Rock, will shine a light on such notable black PR professionals as Ofield Dukes, Inez Kaiser, Moss Kendrix and Pat Tobin. These PR professionals of the mid-twentieth century are unknown to many young people, and the impact of their careers may serve as great role models while attracting and retaining diverse young people to our profession. Tonight's presentation is the second of its kind, being brought back by the popular demand resulting in the travel-crushing snowstorm — which was coincidentally the date of the first presentation on February 9. Donald Singletary, president of The Singletary Group, and adjunct professor at Baruch College will emcee the event.

The Edelman Story: How Marketing Communications Forever Changed PR
Date to be announced
Learn the inside story of the 60-year history of the Edelman firm, the world's largest independently owned PR firm, well known as the pioneer of Marketing Communications. From Dan Edelman's invention of the media tour (1952) to the firm's founding of environmental PR (1991), to its culture-changing program for the Dove campaign (2004), to the creation of the world famous Edelman Trust Barometer, the firm has led the rest of the field in pioneering new methodologies, new technologies and new ways of thinking.


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About the Museum of Public Relations

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To visit the previous PRMuseum website, please click here

The Museum of Public Relations is a 501(c)(3) educational institution chartered by the New York State Board of Regents to serve the world's growing community of public relations students, educators, researchers and practitioners. Founded in 1997, the museum is considered the field’s primary repository for documents covering the evolution of the field over the last century. Its archives include more than 600 significant books (many first editions and signed); dozens of artifacts; correspondence; photographs of historically significant people and events; examples of old media technologies; and a digital archive of video taped oral histories. It is considered the world’s largest collection of materials documenting PR history.

The museum resides at Baruch College’s Newman Library Archives and Special Collections, where it is open to the public by appointment for tours, guest lectures and research. The museum also has a strong educational presence online, featuring both a popular website and a Facebook page that has more than 7,300 followers from 50 countries.