Former Merck Communications Exec to Lead MS in PR at NYU
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Former Merck Communications Exec to Lead MS in PR at NYU

John Doorley, former head of corporate communications for Merck & Co., has been named academic director and clinical assistant professor of the new M.S. in public relations and corporate communications program at New York University.

Paul Holmes

NEW YORK—John Doorley, former head of corporate communications for Merck & Co., has been named academic director and clinical assistant professor of the new M.S. in public relations and corporate communications program at New York University’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

During Doorley’s 12-year tenure at Merck, the company was named America’s Most Admired Corporation seven times by Fortune magazine. Doorley has designed and copyrighted a new, strategic approach to help organizations measure, monitor and manage their reputations, Comprehensive Reputation Management, and is a co-author with Helio Fred Garcia of a forthcoming book on the topic, titled Reputation Management: The Key to Successful Public Relations and Corporate Communications.

During the past several years he has been a faculty member at NYU SCPS and Rutgers University.

NYU SCPS’s new master’s in public relations and corporate communications addresses the expanding and increasingly complex role played by communications strategists in all sectors. One of 14 industry-focused graduate programs at NYU SCPS, the program weds theoretical learning with real-world practice through research experiences and a faculty drawn from leading industry practitioners.

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