Cayce Myers, Ph.D., LL.M., J.D., APR
Professor of Public Relations, Director of Graduate Studies
School of Communication, Virginia Tech
Cayce Myers is a professor of public relations and director of graduate studies at the School of Communication at Virginia Tech. His work focuses on media history, political communication, and laws that affect public relations practice.
He is the author of Public Relations History: Theory Practice and Profession and Money in Politics: Campaign Fundraising in the 2020 Presidential Election. Dr. Myers is also the coauthor of the 4th and 5th editions of Mass Communication Law in Virginia. He has published over sixty peer reviewed articles, book chapters, law review articles, and trade press articles about public relations history, public relations strategy, political campaigns, and laws and policies that affect public relations practice.
In addition to his public relations scholarship, Dr. Myers is accredited in public relations, and in addition to his PRSA membership, he is a member of several public relations organizations including the Arthur W. Page Society, the Universal Accreditation Board, Legal Research Editor for the Institute for Public Relations, and the Commission on Public Relations Education.
Dr. Myers is also a frequent commentator about public relations, political campaigns, and legal issues, having been quoted in several media outlets including Time, Bloomberg, Fox News, the Los Angeles Times, the Hill, and the Associated Press.