UF launches nation’s first center for public interest communications

UF launches nation’s first center for public interest communications

The University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications has announced the launch of the Center for Public Interest Communications, the first center in the U.S. dedicated to developing, translating and applying the science of strategic communication to drive social change. The Center will work with philanthropic, governmental, academic and business organizations on their efforts to have sustainable impact on social issues.

UF launches nation’s first center for public interest communications

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