The Page Hall of Fame recognizes lifetime achievement in a distinguished career of leadership in corporate communications and public relations. It honors those who, in the mold of Arthur W. Page, have benefited their enterprises with strong leadership not only on communications issues, but on business and policy matters as well. Hall of Fame inductees have demonstrated a strong commitment to the Page Principles and had their career of accomplishments recognized by their peers.
The Distinguished Service Award honors an individual who has helped strengthen the role of public relations over their lifetime of service to the profession. Successful candidates have benefitted the profession by improving its overall value and effectiveness. The recipients of this award helped strengthen the role.
The Page Up Innovation Award recognizes Page Up members who develop and implement groundbreaking approaches used by their organizations to chart new pathways in the profession. We present the Innovation Award annually to one or more individual Page Up members at the Page Up Annual Conference to celebrate and reward new ideas and approaches to evolving communications practices.
Page, in alliance with the Institute for Public Relations, conducts an annual competition for the writing of original case studies by students enrolled in a school of business, communication or journalism and who are pursuing a degree that is focused on corporate communications and the practice of public relations.