School of Advertising & Public Relations

COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION & INFORMATION

ADPR Director Note

On Thursday, May 12, 2016 over 60 students graduated with Bachelor of Science degrees from the School of Advertising and Public Relations. The College of Communication and Information Convocation featured former UT Women’s Athletic Director, Joan Cronan, as the Commencement Speaker.
 
The faculty and staff in the School of Advertising and Public Relations congratulate all of the graduates and wish them the best as they embark upon their careers in Tennessee, NY and across the world. 
 
Stay in touch, keep us updated on your lives through ADPR twitter and always remember your time in the College of Communication and Information. Go Vols! 
 
Best Wishes, 
 
Maureen Taylor, Ph.D.
 
Director

Karen Maier Scholarship- A Second Chance for Esther Kim

Karen Maier Scholarship- A Second Chance for Esther Kim

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CCI Alumnus Karen Maier (BS/JEM ’74), recently retired as vice president of marketing and board of director’s member with Frisch’s Big Boy Restaurants in Cincinnati. Maier received the UT Accomplished Alumni Award on Sept. 24, 2015 from CCI Dean Mike Wirth.

Maier has established a scholarship to provide support to non-traditional female students who have financial need. This year, advertising student Esther Kim, was recognized as the 2016 recipient.  

2016 Distinguished Alumni Scholar Award from the University of Georgia, Eric Haley

Eric Haley Professor Eric Haley is the recipient of the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Scholar Award from the University of Georgia, Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. Eric holds three degrees (BS, MS, and Ph.D.) from the University of Georgia.

Eric Haley is an award winning teacher and researcher.  While he primarily teaches graduate and undergraduate advertising courses, Haley has taught the College's core doctoral classes.  His research interests include issues of advertising and society, advocacy advertising and account planning. 

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