The Logos Institute for Crisis Management & Executive Leadership celebrated New York University graduates last week. The firm opened its doors on Thursday, May 19, for an Open House to celebrate 2016 graduates, families, faculty, administrators, and friends of New York University’s School of Professional Studies (SPS) master’s degree program in public relations and corporate […]

May 2016

Anthony Ewing co-hosts the 6th Annual Teaching Business and Human Rights Workshop at Columbia University.

Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership Research Fellow Iris Wenting Xue led students at New York University’s MS in Public Relations and Corporate Communication program through a discussion of effective apologies. Ms. Xue spoke on April 30, 2016 in an advanced elective on crisis communication taught by Logos Institute executive director Helio Fred Garcia.

New York University’s School of Professional Studies (SPS), Division of Programs in Business (DPB), hosted a “Hot Topics Breakfast Series” panel Monday, April 25, titled, “Organizational Culture: The Secrets to Success.” The panel included SPS DPB faculty, including Kristin Johnson from Logos Consulting Group and the Logos Institute for Crisis Management & Executive Leadership, representing […]

In their fifth one-on-one debate, Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders got more personal than ever, according to analysis by Adam Tiouririne of Logos.

One of Japan’s largest business magazines interviewed Adam Tiouririne of Logos to learn more about how Donald Trump uses Twitter.

Donald Trump finally talked like a frontrunner in Thursday’s debate, according to an analysis by Adam Tiouririne of Logos with Bloomberg Politics.

Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio ganged up on Donald Trump at Thursday’s Republican debate, according to a Bloomberg analysis featuring Adam Tiouririne of Logos.

Donald Trump has mastered the media, online and off, according to a Bloomberg analysis featuring Adam Tiouririne of Logos.

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