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Sacred Heart University - Online Master of Arts in Strategic Communication and Public Relations Virtual Open House
Join Dr. Candace Parrish, Strategic Communication and Public Relations program director, for a virtual open house session about the online MA in Strategic Communication and Public Relations. You’ll have the chance to ask Dr. Parrish questions about the program’s curriculum, benefits to your career, application process, and more!

Feb 4, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Candace Parrish, Ph.D.
Program Director & Assistant Professor @Sacred Heart University
Candace P. Parrish, Ph.D. is the Director & Assistant Professor of Strategic Communication & Public Relations Online Master’s Program. Candace received an interdisciplinary Ph.D. related to the areas of public relations, health communication and visual communication from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2016. She has been recognized nationally & internationally for her research centered around visuals (infographics) used in public relations and health communication — although her interests span over a few areas (including sexual assault, diversity, sustainability, and body positivity.) Additionally, Candace has over 9 years of industry/consulting experience, has published and presented research in top journals and conferences, and is a freelance writer who has contributed to PR Daily.
James Castonguay, Ph.D.
Associate Dean School of Communication, Media and the Arts @Sacred Heart University
Dr. James Castonguay is Professor of Communication and Founding Director of the School of Communication and Media Arts. He joined Sacred Heart University in 1999 after serving on the faculty at the University of Michigan. He was also the founding chair of SHU’s Department of Media Studies and Digital Culture in 2003, and served as the first director of Graduate Programs in the Department of Communication and Media Studies at SHU. Dr. Castonguay has published widely on film, television, and media in journals like American Quarterly, Cinema Journal, Discourse, the Hitchcock Annual, The Velvet Light Trap, Bad Subjects, and Global-e, as well as Headline Hollywood; Truth Claims; Nothing That Is; Hollywood and War; Rethinking Global Security; Glamour in a Golden Age; Cinematic Canines; Media Literacy Education in Action; Costume, Makeup and Hair; the Encyclopedia of Postmodernism; the Encyclopedia of American Immigration; the Encyclopedia of Television; and the Schirmer Encyclopedia of Film.