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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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|Biography of Arthur W. Page|
Arthur W. Page, the longtime vice president for public relations at AT&T, is often regarded as the founder of the modern practice of corporate public relations. He also was a noted educator, publisher, and adviser to several U.S. presidents. Page was the first person in a public relations position to serve as an officer and director of a major corporation and, in that capacity, was widely known for management according to the Page Principles, his guidelines for ethical and effective communication with the public and for responsible corporate behavior.
A formal portrait of Arthur Page from his days at Harvard University.
Page and his wife Mollie with two of their children, most likely at County Line,
The Lawrenceville Class of 1901, a prep school located near Princeton, N.J. Page is seated
Page and his dorm mates from Woodhull Hall, Lawrenceville School in 1900. Page