Juan-Carlos Molleda is a public relations expert whose research focuses on global corporate public relations management. At the University of Oregon, he is the Edwin L. Artzt Dean of the School of Journalism and Communication. Molleda has authored more than 41 refereed publications, 20 book chapters, and 55 conference research papers. He has more than 21 years of experience teaching and researching public relations and communication management, serving most recently as the public relations department chair in the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications. In addition to his outreach to the professional community, Molleda is a member of the Board of Trustees of the Institute for Public Relations and a founding member of its Commission on Global Public Relations Research, the Latin American liaison of the Public Relations Society of America’s Certification in Education for Public Relations, and a member of The LAGRANT Foundation Board of Directors. Between 2007 and 2013, he also held leadership positions (secretary, vice chair, and chair) with the Public Relations Division of the International Communication Association.
Opinion: Local journalism needs federal support (The Oregonian, Oct. 29, 2021)
Lessons Earned: Leadership in a pandemic through the lens of higher education (Institute for Public Relations, June 2, 2020)
Public-funded Oroville Dam advertising called ‘propaganda.’ Here’s how much it cost (Sacramento Bee, Nov. 14, 2019)
Venezuela’s crisis is a tragedy - but comedy gold for satire, cartoons and memes (The Conversation, April 12, 2019)
Five on 5 – Juan-Carlos Molleda, PHD – University of Oregon (KOBI Medford, April 12, 2018)
Optimism, broad communications experiences drive new SOJC dean (Around the O, July 15, 2016)
Venezuelan propaganda infects and undermines Latin American PR professional organizations (The Conversation, April 10, 2015)