Interested in pursuing a career in corporate communication? Or simply curious about the decisions one makes and the language one uses to shape public opinion? How do corporations and organizations deal with the serious public relations problems that inevitably occur from issues such as cyber-attack or environmental disasters (think BP)? Interested in learning how organizations can respond to crisis situations? How do they can manage public perceptions and restore public confidence?
If the answers to these questions seem intriguing, please register and participate in Communicating in a Crisis, EN.663.675. The 7-week short course is open to all Hopkins graduate students and postdoctoral fellows and is offered the second half of the Spring semester. It meets on Wednesdays from 5:30-8:00 on the Homewood campus. It is not too late to join. Find the description in SIS or at the Center for Leadership Education Website.