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Legacy Scholar Grant

The Page Center will award grants to support scholars and professionals making important contributions to knowledge, practice or public understanding of ethics and resposibility in public communication or other principles of Arthur W. Page.

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Download Furthering the Legacies of Arthur W. Page and Robert Wood Johnson, a Page Center publication.

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Lawrence G. Foster

 

Remembering Page Center Co-Founder

John A. (Jack) Koten

 


Jack Koten

Few people knew more about the legendary Arthur W. Page and his famous “Page Principles” than did the late Jack Koten, co-founder of the Page Center, who died in January 2014. Hear what he had to say in this 2004 interview from the Page Center’s Oral History Collection.

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The Arthur W. Page Center at the Penn State College of Communications...

  • is a research center dedicated to the study and advancement of ethics and responsibility in corporate communication and other forms of public communication.
  • was founded through a leadership gift from Lawrence G. Foster, a distinguished Penn State alumnus and retired corporate vice president for public relations at Johnson & Johnson.
  • announces its seventh Page/Johnson Legacy Scholar competition through which it will award up to $75,000 in grants to support scholars and professionals making important contributions to knowledge, practice, or public understanding of ethics and responsibility in public communication or other principles of Arthur W. Page.
  • and cooperates with the Arthur W. Page Society, the nation’s leading professional organization for senior public relations executives, but functions as a separate entity.