Stay tuned… website changes coming Spring 2014! Be sure to follow @SUPRSSA on Twitter and Facebook for updates!
With over 200 members, our chapter strives to continue the work of William P. Ehling in cultivating future public relations professionals. Please explore our website to find out more!
Come join us for Cuse Con: The Secret to Social Commerce, March 1-2. Follow @CuseCon and visit cusecon.com for updates. See you there!
We offer a variety of different programs for members to join, including EDGE, SOAR, Communications Committee, Programming Committee and so much more. It is never too late to sign up!
Check out these pictures from recent PRSSA events/projects. Last year, we held a mixer with the Central New York PRSA chapter, had a Google hangout session with Chris Brogan, social media guru, and hosted a human resources representative from Burson-Marsteller.
By Tara Courtney, email@example.com Social media gives organizations the opportunity for direct feedback from its audience. By reading comments posted on a Facebook page or including a hashtag in a tweet, the producers can easily engage in dialogue with their consumers. This type of feedback mechanism creates messages for multiple stakeholders to access. Why would […]View This Project »
By Tara Courtney, firstname.lastname@example.org The Struggle for Power The Lack of Control The Diverse Audience In today’s tech-savvy society, any type of information can be seen on multiple platforms. Society relies on social media to transmit information to a large audience without having to worry about personal contact. One’s current location is obtainable just […]View This Project »
By Carly Yeung, email@example.com PRSSA formals are always one of my favorite semester events. Besides getting a chance to talk to chapter members I have not met before, it is also a great opportunity to see members I already know in a more relaxed, fun environment. PRSSA formals embody the work-life balance that many industry […]View This Project »