The JJ&W Behavioral Science prize was created in 1991 to honor the 35th Anniversary of Jackson, Jackson and Wagner, a behavioral public relations and management consulting firm (jjwpr.com) now in its 60th year of practice. Recipients of the prize may be educator(s) and/or practicing Public Relations professionals who have contributed a significant body of Public Relations theory and/or research which enhances the understanding of behavioral public relations. This work must be available to scholars and practitioners through academic and professional publications. Recipients may come from the fields of public relations, social science, business or cognate activities whose theory and research focuses on behavioral outcomes. The winner(s) of the prize will be selected and notified by April 30th 2018. The prize winner(s) will be expected to be present at the PRSA International Conference in October 2018 to accept the Prize.
For further information about the prize, or to be considered, please contact the Chair of the Selection Committee:
Don W. Stacks, Ph.D.
Public Relations and Corporate Communications
University of Miami