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Congratulations to Bill Chamberlin,
who was selected
as one of only five
UF faculty to
receive a 2003
Doctoral Disserta-
tion Advisor/
Mentoring Award
from UF's Office
of Research and Bill Chamberlin
Graduate Programs. Chamberlin and
the other four UF faculty were recog-
nized for their "dedication to the
support of graduate education and
sponsorship of student research." The
recognition includes a $3,000 pre-cash
award to each faculty member and
$1,000 for each faculty member to use
to support his/her graduate students.
Special congratulations also to
Sandra Chance and Helga Williams
who have won Superior

Helga Williams and Sandi Chance
Accomplishment Awards from the
university. Both were honored March
6 at a reception in the Friends of
Music Room in University
Congratulations to Sylvia Chan
Olmsted, who has convention papers
accepted and three new publications.
Two papers will be presented to the

Management and Sales Division at the
annual meeting of the Broadcast
Education Association to be held in Las
Vegas, April 7-9. "Partnerships
between the Old and the New:
Examining the Strategic Alliances
between Broadcast Television
Networks and Internet Firms in the
Context of Convergence," by L. Fang
and Chan-Olmsted received a Top
Paper Award. "Assessing the Changing
Network Television Market: A
Resource-based Analysis of Broadcast
Television Networks," by Daphne
Landers (Ph.D. student) and Chan-
Olmsted, received a Second-Place
Paper Award.
"Competitive Advantage of Broadband
Internet: A Comparative Study
between South Korea and the United
States," by C. Lee, and Chan-Olmsted,
will be presented at the annual meeting
of the Communication and Technology
Division at the International
Communication Association to be held
in San Diego, May 23-27. Chan-
Olmsted also will present, "When the
Media Meet the Internet: Industry

Characteristics and Online
Publishing/broadcasting," during a
refereed panel discussion at ICA.
"Diversification Strategy of Global
Media Conglomerates: Examining its
Patterns and Drivers," with Byeng
Hee Chang (Ph.D. student), will be
published in the Journal of Media
Economics. "The Emerging
Broadband Television Market in the
United States: Assessing the Strategic
Differences between Cable Television
and Telephone Firms," with Jae-Won
Kang (Ph.D. student), has been
accepted for publication in the
Journal ofInteractive Advertising.

A "Faculty and Staff Appreciation
Breakfast" will be held March 26 as
part of Journalism and Communica-
tions College Council Week. Faculty
and staff members are invited to stop
by the third floor faculty lounge
9:30-10:30 a.m. for breakfast and to
meet the JCCC executive officers
and presidents of the College student

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John Kaplan's "Transcending Torture" project is garnering awards in
international competition. Kaplan's work recently won 3rd Place for Photo
Essay in the National Headliner
Awards, the Award of Excellence
for Photo Series / Projects from the
Society of News Design, and the
Award of Excellence Editing Divi-
sion for Multiple Page Picture Story
from Pictures of the Year Interna-
tional. The latter award recognized
Photograph by John Kaplan Kaplan, Sue Morrow, assistant
managing editor for visuals and Christian Potter Drury, designer.

MARCH 24, 2003

No. 10


To Juan-Carlos Molleda and
coauthor Ana-Maria Suarez
(Universidad de
Medellin), who won
the top paper award
in the Business
Sciences Division
for the International,
Public Relations Juan-Carlos Molleda
Research Conference
to be held March 20-23 at the Uni-
versity of Miami. The authors
received a $500 cash award for their
paper entitled, "The Role of Colom-
bian Public Relations Professionals
as Agents of Social Transformation:
How the Country's Crisis Forces
Professionals to Go Beyond Com-
munication with Organizational
Publics." Molleda and Suarez also
will present a paper titled, "Social
Reports as a Measure of Effective-
ness of the Public Relations Func-
tion and Relationship Quality As-
sessment in Colombian Organiza-
Molleda also has been invited to
visit Cuba to conduct a public
relations research workshop in La
Havana, April 18-21, sponsored by
the Cuban Public Relations Circle
and the University of Havana, and to
speak at the Second Hemispheric
Conference of Public Relations, to
be held April 28-30, sponsored by
the Colombian Center of Public
Relations and Organizational Com-
To Mike Mitrook, who has two
papers accepted for presentation at
the upcoming ICA conference in San
Diego. The papers are titled, "So-
cially Desirable Response Patterns in
Computer-Administered Surveys,"
and, "A Longitudinal Time Series
Analysis of the Foreign Affairs
Issue: Agendas of the President, the
Media, the Public."


To Kaye D. Trammell and An-
drew Paul Williams (Ph.D. stu-
dents), who received second place in
the Broadcast Educators Association's
Research in Progress Competition for
their paper, "Local News in a Global
Venue: A Trend Study of How Local
News Stations' Web Sites Deliver
Content, Offer Interactivity, Provide
Multi-media, and Generate Revenue."
Trammel and Williams will present
the paper at the BEA national confer-
ence in Las Vegas.

Welcome to Donna Del Buco, who
is the new business manager in the

joined the
for over
Donna Del Buco two years
as coordinator of academic affairs
budgets at Santa Fe Community Col-
lege. Prior to that, she was at Yale
University as business manager for the
Department of Anthropology and
business manager for Yale's Yale-New

Haven Teachers' Institute. She
earned the B.A. in business and
economics from Albertus Magnus
College in New Haven and is cur-
rently enrolled in the M.B.A. pro-
gram offered by Saint Leo University.
Donna succeeds LaWanna Reaves,
who moved to WUFT as business
manager at the end of January.
The Division of Graduate Studies
and Research welcomes Michelle
Boyd, a new program assistant who
will handle the admissions process.
joins the
for the
past few
months Michelle Boyd
with Cromwell Associates, Accoun-
tants, Inc. Prior to that, Boyd
handled graduate student admissions
for UF's College of Medicine for
three years. Boyd replaces Pam
Handley, who recently resigned to
accept a position in the College of
Horticultural Sciences.

Magazine students pose with Ted Spiker in New York City

Ten magazine students visited national magazines in New York City
over spring break. They met with editors, art directors and photo
directors to talk about the publishing industry and career opportunities
in magazines. Included in the trip were Popular Science, Glamour,
Latina, Jane, People, In Style, Stuff Men 's Health, AARP The Maga-
zine and New York. The group traveled with Ted Spiker.

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Greg Smith will
be moderating a
panel titled, "Mak-
ing Your Mark with
Enterprising Sto-
ries," at the national
RTNDA convention
S, to be held in Las
'' Vegas, April
Greg Smith
7-9. Greg was
asked to moderate the panel based on
his RTNDA Communicator article,
Steps to Better
published in
Lisa Duke
has been Lisa Duke
invited to speak on a panel discussing
aging and creativity at the upcoming
American Academy of Advertising
conference to be held March 27-30 in
Broomfield, Col.
Meg Lamme participated on a
panel titled, "Where
the Girls Are:
Pedagogical Issues
Surrounding the
Female Majority in
Journalism and
MegLamme Mass Com-
munication Class
rooms," at the AEJMC Southeast
Colloquium in Little Rock.

To Linda Correll, whose ADV 4101 Copy and Visualization students
wrote commercials that swept the Missouri Broadcast Educators' Student
Competition in the Audio Commercial Division. This is the third year in a
row that UF students have swept the Missouri competition. Southeast
Missouri State University's radio students, under the direction of Bruce
Mims, provided production assistance.
Special congratulations to student Aimee Sable, whose commercial for Red
Bull captured First Place. The ad also received a Gold ADDY in the
Gainesville Ad Federation Student ADDY Competition.


Congratulations to Linda Correll and Elaine Wagner who had two winning
entries in the 2003 AAF District Four (Gainesville Advertising Federation)
ADDY Awards. Correll and Wagner's poster for Seekonk (MA) Congrega-
tional Church was runner up to "Best of Show" in the Public Service Cat-
egory and received a Silver ADDY The local campaign for Seekonk Con-
gregational Church, "Triumph of the Spirit" poster, postcard and program,
also received a Silver ADDY in the Public Service Category. Both entries
advance to the regional ADDY Competition.

In the Student Division, Journalism and Communications students per-
formed well, receiving 27 awards out of 50 student entries. The winners are
listed below.

Category: Student Print Single

Gold ADDY:
Silver ADDY:

Katherine Cobb
Jordana Kava and Dawn Chartschlaa, Phi Anh
Nguyen, Matthew Zeifert, Sara Reynolds and Sharone
Likerman, and Kristen Zucks

Category: Student Radio Single

Gold ADDY:
Silver ADDY:

Aimee Sable and ADV 4101 Spring 2002 students
ADV 4101 Fall 2002 students

Category: Student Print Campaign

Gold ADDY:

Silver ADDY:

Ashley Swanson and Lauren Oppenheimer, Jordana
Kava and Dawn Chartschlaa, Heather Frank, Jennifer
Markunas, Vanessa Gary and Kathryn McLean

Brooke Mastro, James Sheedy, Lauren Oppenheimer,
Aimee Sable, Julia Thomas, Jennifer Markunas,
Nicole Keene, Brenda Silbergleit, Jennifer Gillingham
and Maurice Lewis, Ryan Brainard and Amber
Billman, Nicole Keene, and Ashley Swanson and
Lauren Oppenheimer

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Congratulations to Pat Hayden on
the arrival of her new granddaughter,
Jocelyn Lillie Gibson. Jocelyn was
born January 28 to parents Narie
(Pat's daughter) and Bobby Gibson
and sisters Madison and Chamber-
lain. The Gibsons live in Charleston,


To Jaemin Jung (Ph.D. student),
who has accepted an assistant profes-
sor position at the University of West


March 24-25: Knight Division's
Spring Job and Internship Fair
March 24-25: Scott Zamost, Tele-
communication Hearst Visiting
April 3-4: Public Relations
Advisory Council
April 10: College Awards
Banquet: Reception 6 p.m.
April 25: College Retirement
Celebration 4-7 p.m.
May 3: Spring Graduation,
9 a.m.
May 3: Graduation Reception in
Atrium, 11 a.m.

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