The Institute for Public Relations presents a variety of PR education programs, executive development forums, conferences for public relations educators and scholars, and a Distinguished Lecture series with thought-provoking ideas for our profession.
Björn Edlund will receive the IPR Alexander Hamilton Medal for contributions to public relations practice and effective use of research, Nov. 21 at the Annual Distinguished Lecture & Awards Dinner in New York City. Edlund, chairman, Europe, Middle East and Africa for Edelman, will be the first Hamilton Medal recipient from outside the U.S.
James E. Murphy, chairman and CEO of Murphy & Co. will receive the Alexander Hamilton Medal, IPR’s highest award for contributions to the practice of public relations. Murphy will join Mark Penn, Karen Hughes, and Bruce K. Berger at IPR's Annual Distinguished Lecture and Awards dinner. The Fall Classic is set for November 8 in New York City.
- Events Calendar
- Annual Distinguished Lecture & Awards Dinner
- Business School Seminars
- Grunig Lecture Series
- International Public Relations Research Conference
- IPR European Professional Colloquium
- PR Executive Forum
- Measurement Summit 3.1
- PR Leadership Forum – Chicago
- PR Leadership Forum – New York
- Trustees Research Symposium