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Gregg Feistman Associate ProfessorSchool of Media and CommunicationStrategic Communication
Work Room 228 Weiss Hall, Main Campus
Work Phone: 215-204-0532 Work Fax: 215-204-8543

Office Hours:
MWF, 10-11 am & 3-3:30 pm, or by appointment


Rowan UniversityCommunicationsBA
Marist CollegeCommunicationsMA

Biographical Information

Mr. Feistman’s 30+ years of business and PR experience includes past Membership on the Board of Directors of Philadelphia PRSA and a recipient of the Philadelphia PRSA Pepperpot and Drumbeater awards. In 2010, he was the recipient of PRSA’s Anthony J. Fulginiti Award for Commitment to PR Education. He received the School of Media and Communications’ Faculty Award for Service in 2012, and an Outstanding Service Award from the Dept. of Strategic Communication in 2011. He specializes in Public Relations, Strategic Communications Planning, Organizational Communication, Crisis Communications, Media Relations, and Reputation Management. On the Undergraduate level, Mr. Feistman teaches Fundamentals of PR Writing, Advanced PR Writing, Public Relations Management & Problems, and Public Speaking. On the Graduate level, he teaches Reputation/Image/Identity, Contemporary Issues in Communications, and conducts a PR Writing Boot Camp in the MS Program. He also serves as a Graduate student Capstone advisor. He serves as the Faculty Advisor for Temple’s chapter of PRSSA and Temple’s student-run PR firm, PRowl Public Relations. He also oversees the StratComm department’s Professional Advisory Board and hires, mentors and coaches PR adjunct faculty.

Courses Taught: (during the past 3 years)

STRC 3543 Fundamentals of PR Writing
STRC 3596 Advanced PR Writing
STRC 4859 PR Management & Problems
STRC 9090 Reputation/Image/Identity

Publications and Lectures

Feistman. G. (2011, October). Hard at work: Using games as a classroom learning device. Public Relations Tactics, 18(10). 17.


TypeTitleCoauthorsJournal or publicationDate
Textbook case studyPractical Public Relations: Theories and Techniques That Make a Difference“Protesters Crash A Corporation”06/06


Conducting a Strategic PR Campaign02/06
Event Planning05/07
Reputation: Building It, Maintaining It, and What It Means For the Bottom Line05/04
Storytelling to Build Organizational Culture and Values04/10
The Architecture of Social Media10/11
Using a game scenario in reputation management10/10
Using New Media in PR: What’s Over-hyped and What Do We Really Need to Pay Attention To?10/06


The War MerchantsNovel09/09

School Service:

PRSSADepartmentalFaculty Advisor09/200405/2010
PRowl Public RelationsDepartmentalFaculty Advisor09/200805/2010
TU-TV Faculty Advisory CommitteeCollegeMember01/10
SCT Branding CommitteeCollegeMember11/11
Faculty SenateCollegeMember09/1309/15
2013 PRSA ConferenceCollegeManager05/1311/13

Teaching Awards:

Phila. PRSA’s Anthony Fulginti Award12/10Commitment to PR Education
Outstanding Service5/11Strategic Communications Dept.

Service Awards:

Outstanding Service5/11Certificate/Peer Recognition
Faculty Award for Service5/12Certificate/Peer Recognition
Tony Fulginiti Award for Committment to Educations10/10Plaque/Peer Recognition
Categories: Strategic Communication
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