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I have taught communications based subjects to a wide range of students with different needs. I have provided diploma courses for those who sought a minimum qualification to enable entry level for career purposes. I have provided Bachelor of Arts level programmes for those familiar with communications work, but seeking to be in a position to advance their careers.
And finally, I have assisted students with their doctorates which had enabled them to teach the subject at third level.
I am a retired lecturer from Technological University Dublin with qualifications up to and including Doctorate Level. I developed courses and taught at Master's level there for nearly twenty years. Prior to that I was the Communications Manager at Dublin Airport.
The vast majority of my students are now working in public relations and marketing. I was conferred with a Fellowship by the Public Relations Institute of Ireland.
Born in New York, Dr John Gallagher is the retired Course Director of Postgraduate Public Relations Programmes at the Technological University, Dublin in Ireland where he lectured in the Theory & Practice of Public Relations and Public Relations Programmes: Strategy and Tactics and the Theory and Practice of Public Affairs and Political Communications.
Academically, he acquired a B.A., M.A. and a H.Dip Ed. from the National University of Ireland and an Ed.D.from the University of Sheffield in the United Kingdom. He has also completed a Diploma in Marketing with the Marketing Institute of Ireland, a Higher Diploma in Public Relations at the University of Stirling in Scotland and a Diploma in Operations Management from A.O.C.I.
His career began working as a Journalist between1975-79. He was recruited to the Press Office at Dublin Airport by the Irish Airport Authority where he worked in various capacities from 1979 to 2002. He was seconded to Irish Department of Justice 1989-91 and to Irish Department of Foreign Affairs 1997, where he served as Advisor to the Minister in both Departments. He was appointed a Peace Commissioner from 1991. In 2002, he left the Irish Airport Authority as Communications Manager at Dublin Airport upon his appointment as lecturer at the Dublin Institute of Technology.
Dr Gallagher has been a Member of the Public Relations Institute of Ireland from 1982 and a Director of the Institute for two periods: 1995-2004, 2005-2010. He was elected a Fellow of the Institute in 2005 and a Life Fellow in 2011. He served as the Chairman of Institute’s Education Council 1995-1997, 2007-2010 and represented PRII during the founding of the Global Alliance of Public Relations and Communication Management Associations.
Other memberships include: the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (UK), the Public Relations Society of America and EUPRERA, the European Public Relations Education & Research Association. Dr Gallagher is a member of the CEPR Accreditation Committee of the PRSA in the United States.
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