James R. Rubin

Assistant Professor of Business Administration

Area coordinator of Management Communication at Darden, Rubin is an expert in corporate communication, media and business relations and organizational communications theory — the art of successfully communicating within organizations. He has used this expertise to consult for communication specialists and give talks on management and corporate communications.

Additionally, Rubin has written numerous cases on corporate communication, as well as articles on corporate brand and crisis communication. His work has appeared in publications including The Washington Post, the Journal of Brand Management and Strategic Communication Management. He is a member of the Arthur Page Society, the Conference on Corporate Communication, the Corporate Branding Initiative based at the Copenhagen Business School and the Association for Business Communication.

B.A., Boston University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Virginia.

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