Seton Hall’s College of Communication and the Arts was recognized on PR News’ A-List for Public Relations Education for the third year in a row.
This recognition comes after subsequent nominations in 2021 and 2022.
PR News is a major public relations trade publication. They are responsible for the recognition of prominent public relations institutions.
The PR News platform is known for its pieces on crisis management, social media, media relations, among other important disciplines within the public relations sphere.
Professor Kathryn Lancioni, a faculty member in the College of Communications and the Arts and instructor in Seton Hall’s public relations department, said she was “delighted and humbled” to have been a part of an institution that was recognized for its PR program.
“This honor is a testimony to the dedication and commitment of our students and faculty,” she said.
The College of Communications and the Arts offers students three different choices for their degrees in public relations: a certificate, bachelors or masters. Not only are the faculty working professionals, but they also provide students with helpful advice and guidance throughout their journey working in the field.
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