Logos Institute Celebrates 2015 Graduates

The Logos Institute for Crisis Management & Executive Leadership is pleased to congratulate 2015 graduates. In particular, the Institute recognizes the work and achievement of New York University’s School of Professional Studies Public Relations and Corporate Communication (PR&CC) newly minted master’s students.

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Helio Fred Garcia with NYU PR&CC graduates

Several members of Logos Institute are adjunct faculty in the PR&CC program, teaching several courses including Crisis Management; Strategic Communications; Communication Ethics, Law, and Regulation; and Public Relations Consulting.

Logos Institute members who also serve as NYU PR&CC faculty participated in Sunday’s commencement ceremony, which took place at Madison Square Garden.

View from the graduation stage at Madison Square Garden

The graduation stage at Madison Square Garden

Following the commencement, Logos hosted an open house for graduates and their families, as well as NYU faculty, administration, and past graduates to celebrate scholarship and friendship.

Kristin Johnson signs a program

Kristin Johnson signs a student program

About Logos Institute

Logos Institute for Crisis Management and Executive Leadership stands at the intersection of scholarship and practice, providing both rigorous analysis and practical application of key leadership principles. We illuminate best practices, current trends, emerging issues, and leadership skills.

Logos Institute is a thought leader in its field, conducting research, publishing, and providing an extensive range of executive education workshops, seminars, conferences, and highly-customized coaching of senior executives of all sectors, around the world.

Logos Institute creates and maintains an inventory of Best Practices, along with attendant tools and concepts that can inform our clients of what works and why, and that can help our clients to enhance their capacity to perform at higher and higher levels.

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