Students past, present and long gone

26 Oct

Meet Katie Scoggins, a first year BA PR student. (It’s the return of ‘student diaries.’)

This year, graduate students are also being tracked: Katie Keenan talks of her move to London to work in a PR consultancy. (Please, no comments about ‘stereotypical PR blondes’).

I’m keen to track down some of those who graduated with PR degrees in 1995 (from Leeds Metropolitan or from Bournemouth: I’m not sure other UK PR degree courses were running at high volume back then). Where are you now? Are you working in public relations? How helpful – or otherwise – was your degree?

One Response to “Students past, present and long gone”

  1. Anne Laszlo-Howard 01/11/2005 at 7:38 pm #

    Talking about PR is important and I am looking to reading how well your students are doing after graduation. I never studies PR but went to journalism school. Now I combine both skills. Please feel free to visit my blog too at
    , RushPRnews Daily Gazette, Open-Call for Writers.
    My site is** RushPRnews press release services, distribution and free web posting** . Cordially, Anne Laszlo-Howard

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