Each year the Institute for Public Relations presents its highest award to someone who has made major contributions to the practice of public relations.
This program is designed to recognize graduate study and scholarship in public relations. The winner receives a $2,000 cash grant. The winner’s faculty advisor receives a $1,000 cash grant.
Winners in each category of the PRSA NY Big Apple Awards are eligible to receive the “Best Use of Research, Measurement and Evaluation Award” presented by the Institute for Public Relations.
The IPR Global Commission supports and promotes research that expands management tools by which organizations can more effectively execute their global public relations programs. Any paper accepted by the BledCom Symposium is eligible for the special prize.
The Arthur W. Page Society, in alliance with the Institute for Public Relations, conducts this annual award competition for original case studies written by students at accredited schools of business, communications or journalism that focus on corporate communication and the practice of public relations. Winning students and their faculty advisors receive cash prizes up to $5,000 and $1,500 respectively, plus recognition at an awards ceremony dinner in New York City
This 500 Euro prize for the best new research in a selected area of international public relations is awarded at the EUPRERA (European Association for Public Relations Research & Education) Annual Congress.
The Institute for Public Relations awards the Grunig PRIME Fellowship on an annual basis, sponsored by PRIME Research. The award supports and encourages graduate student interest in applied public relations research as a career opportunity.
Three awards are given annually at the International Public Relations Research Conference for the top three papers. Winners receive $1,000 per paper.
This award recognizes excellent public relations research and measurement as an integral part of public relations practice. Entries are sought from the four pillars of public relations measurement – Client, Counseling, Research Provider, and Academic. The award is bestowed by the Commission on Public Relations Measurement and Evaluation, a commission of the Institute for Public Relations.
Sponsored by Ketchum, this grant & internship program is designed to promote, foster and assist in the development of new research methods in public relations, focusing specific attention on measuring public relations effectiveness. The winner receives a $2,500 cash grant and a $7,500 8-week public relations internship with Ketchum in New York City.
A $2,000 cash grant is given in recognition of an original program of scholarly research that has made a significant contribution to the body of knowledge and practice of PR.