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VOL. 35


CONGRATULATIONS

To Peg Hall, whose article,
"Fund Raising and Public
Relations A
Compai-son of
Prougrand
Concepts and
C har acteris-
tics," has been
accepted for
publication in the International
Journal of Nonprofit and
Voluntary Sector Marketing.
To Ted Spiker, who has
three articles accepted for
publication in Sports Illustrated
Women. "Your Best Body,
Some Assembly Required" and
"How Fit Are You?" appear in
the September and November
issues respectively, and "Sister
Acts" has been accepted for the
December issue.
To Meg Lamme, who in
October presented a paper
titled, "Beyond Barnum and
Berays: Rethinking Public
Relations History," at the
annual convention of the
American Journalism Histori-
ans Association in Nashville.
To Bernell Tripp, who made
two presentations based on her
paper titled, "Lewis Tappan and
the Friends of Amistad: The
Crusade to Save the Abolition-
ist Movement," at the recent
Symposium on the 19th Cen-
tury Press, the Civil War, and
Free Expression, in Chatta-
nooga, Tenn.


FOR THE RECORD

Julie Dodd attended the Quill
and Scroll board of trustees
meeting at the University of
Iowa, Oct.18-19. Quill and Scroll
is an international honorary
society for high school journal-
ists.


ON THE CALENDAR

Nov. 11: Veterans Day Holiday
Nov. 15: No Classes
Nov. 16: Homecoming
Nov. 16-19: PRSA, San Francisco
Nov. 20-24: NCA, New Orleans
Nov. 28-29: Thanksgiving Holidays


NOVEM1BER 4,2002 No.6


NATIONAL RECOGNITION

UF advertising students Jaclyn Derlly, Addam Ralston, Natalie
Gora, and Jacque McCullough and their faculty adviser, Lisa Duke,
were awarded the
2002 Collegiate
Gold ECHO for
their campaign,
"The Royal
Treatment," Oct.
20 at
S the International
ECHO Awards
Ceremony in San
Francisco. The
event, hosted
(1 to r): Jacque McCullough, Jaclyn Derlly, Addam by comedian
Ralston, Natalie Gora, Lisa Duke. Kevin Nealon,
took place during the DMA 85th Annual Conference at the Moscone
Convention Center. Hallmark Cards, Inc. provided the challenge in this
year's Collegiate ECHO competition: to introduce mothers to Hallmark
card and gift products across all channels including retail stores, their 800
number, Web site and subsidiaries. George Pimentel, Hallmark General
Manager--Consumer Relationship Marketing complimented the work of
the students. "Many of the entries demonstrated good creative and ana-
lytical thinking and exceeded our expectations," Pimentel said. "It's
exciting to see such strong work coming from the next generation of
marketing professionals."


NOVEMBER 4, 2002


No. 6




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