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CJC Public Relations Doctoral Student Receives Prestigious Grunig PRIME Research Fellowship

University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications Public Relations doctoral student Alexis Bajalia has been awarded the Grunig PRIME Research Fellowship from the Institute for Public Relations (IPR)  at their 58th Annual Distinguished Lecture and Awards Dinner in New York City.

Alexis Bajalia

The PRIME Fellowship is one of the most prestigious awards for public relations doctoral students and supports and encourages students interested in applied public relations research as a career opportunity.

IPR awards the Grunig PRIME Fellowship on an annual basis, sponsored by PRIME Research. The Fellowship is named for James E. Grunig and Larissa A. Grunig, professors emeriti, University of Maryland.

Mila Khalitova, Ph.D. 2018 and now Cision client insights manager, received the fellowship in 2017.



Posted: November 20, 2019
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