Oct. 8–10 | Boston
Educators Academy, Educational Affairs Committee, and College of Fellows Session
Your Session ROI
Public relations education is in crisis with too many open teaching positions and too few Ph.D.’s to fill them. Bob Pritchard of the University of Oklahoma, Jeanette Drake of the University of Findlay, and Sandra C. Duhé of Southern Methodist University, introduce the highly acclaimed “Learning to Teach” series offered by the Educators Academy. They provide insight into how you can transition from the practice to the classroom, and share their journey into academe as well as the plusses and minuses of teaching.
Bob Pritchard, APR, Fellow PRSA, instructor and faculty adviser, Lindsey + Asp, University of Oklahoma
Pritchard has more than 25 years of experience as a public affairs officer in the U.S. Navy and 10 years of experience as a public relations educator. He serves as the faculty adviser for the OU PRSSA Chapter and for Lindsey + Asp, the advertising and public relations agency in Gaylord College.
Jeanette Drake, Ph.D., APR, Fellow PRSA, associate professor, University of Findlay
Dr. Drake has 20 years of experience in higher education, nonprofit public relations and corporate communication. She developed a master’s program at Kent State University and currently teaches at the University of Findlay, where she founded a PRSSA Chapter.
Sandra C. Duhé, Ph.D., APR, associate professor and chair, Division of Communication Studies, Southern Methodist University
Prior to joining academia in 2004, Duhé served as a public affairs manager for three multinational oil companies. She currently serves as outreach chair for the PRSA Educators Academy.