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PR, civility, and keeping our audiences: Greenlee students share their experiences attending a Summit workshop

Greenlee students attended the 2019 Greenlee Summit and got a chance to network with experienced communications professionals. Find out more about what they learned about communication and civility at this year's summit! Read More

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Greenlee Summit on WHO TV Channel 13 News

Kelly Winfrey discussed Greenlee Summit: Communications and Civility in Our Democracy with Sonya Heithusen on WHO TV Channel 13 News Aug. 21. Read More

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Greenlee Summit on We Are Iowa 5

Kelly Winfrey, assistant professor, appeared on We are Iowa 5 "Good Morning Iowa" on Aug. 19 to discuss the Greenlee Summit with Elias Johnson. Read More

Greenlee Summit will explore solutions to incivility in communications and media

In this Des Moines Register opinion piece, Angela Powers, Greenlee School director and professor, shares how the Greenlee Summit will promote civility and civil discourse in communications. Read More

National Authority on Civility to Kick Off Greenlee Summit in Early September

Weber Shandwick Poll Says Nearly Two-Thirds of the American Public Believes Social Media is Undermining Civility in America Dr. Leslie Gaines-Ross, one of the world’s… Read More

Connected AND Protected: How Online Incivility Threatens Our Audience Bonds

Technology has obviously made it possible for journalists to connect with their audiences in incredibly powerful ways. Rather than waiting for letters or… Read More

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Class Notes – Spring/Summer 2019

1970s European Study Program – Summer 1976 Were you one of the 37 who studied in London &c? Want to get together before… Read More

2018: Alex Connor

"The Precedent of the President” Read More

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Social media and the Iowa caucuses

Before the first Democratic debate, guest blogger and Greenlee School Professor Daniela Dimitrova discusses social media and the Iowa Caucuses on the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics' Navigating Gender in Iowa blog. Read More