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No. 12


SPECIAL AWARDS EDITION

The College of Journalism and Communications annual awards banquet
was held April 10 at the Holiday Inn West. The College recognized new
Alumni of Distinction and numerous students for excellence in scholar-
ship, professional accomplishments, teaching and research. The College
also named journalism professor Ted Spiker 2003 Teacher of the Year.
The college named five new Alumni of Distinction: Michael Connelly,
best-selling author, former journalist; MaryAnne Golon, picture editor,
Time Magazine; J. Keith Moyer, president and publisher, Minneapolis
Star Tribune; W. Bradford Todd, principal in The Richards Group and
Jean Hoehn Zimmerman, executive vice president, Chanel Beaute and
Frangrance Division. Moyer and Todd and members of their family at-
tended the ceremony.
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Congratulations to Olivia Jeffries and Pat Wickham for outstanding work
in planning and preparing for the banquet and to Eric Ingerman who handled
the audio and video production. Kudos to Sean Lewis who produced the "In
My Life" video for the banquet, with an assist from Jeffries and John Wright.


NATIONAL RECOGNITION
The Florida FlyIns website has
placed first in the nation in the interna-
tional Best of Photojournalism compe-
tition. Fourteen
students participated
in the project. John
Kaplan served as
picture editor and
general office clerk.
Kaplan offered spe-
cial thanks to Joe Weiss, Joh Kaplan
multimedia editor at MSNBC, who led


this year's web design and coached
students in gathering sound while in
the field. Photojournalism graduate
students Yoonserk Pyun and Roberto
Westbrook helped coordinate the
audio production for the site. The
FlyIns site also won an honorable
mention in the Best Multimedia Pack-
age category. Photojournalism student
Dave Cone won Third Place in the
same category for his project, Speed-
way Hearts and Thunder, gathered
during a summer internship at the
Durham Herald-Sun.


TEACHER OF THE YEAR
Professor Ted Spiker was
named 2003 College of Journal-
ism and Communications
Teacher of the Year at the
annual awards banquet April 10.
Dean Terry
Hynes
recognized
Spiker for
his "cre-
ative,
innovative
and enthusi-
astic teaching
and for the high standards he
demands from students." Jour-
nalism chair William McKeen
said Spiker's "excellence will
systematically raise the level of
everyone else's performances.
We are in awe of him and what
he accomplishes in the class-
room. I've rarely known a more
effective and dedicated
teacher." Spiker will be recog-
nized at a university ceremony
April 23.

SPECIAL CONGRATULATIONS

To David Bulla (Ph.D. stu-
dent), who won
a University-
wide award for
excellence in
teaching. Bulla
also is the
"Outstanding
Graduate Stu- David Bulla
dent Teacher" for 2003 for the
College of Journalism and Com-
munications.


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MORE STUDENT AWARDS
College of Journalism and Commu-
nications students won the following
first place and second place awards in
the Florida AP college news competi-
tion:
FIRST PLACE:
Short Light Feature Dan Cohen
Long Serious Feature Kim
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CONGRATULATIONS


To Chang-Hoan Cho, who has
two articles accepted for publica-
tion. "Factors Influencing Click-
ing of Banner Ads on the WWW"
will be published in
"CyberPsychology and Behavior."
"The Effectiveness of Banner
Advertisements: Involvement and
Click-through" will be published
in the Autumn 2003 edition of
"Journalism and Mass Communi-
cation Quarterly".
To Jooyoung Kim (Ph.D.
student) whose article, "The
Effect of Advertising on the


Market Value of Firms: Empirical
Evidence from the Super Bowl
Ads," has been accepted for publica-
tion in the "Journal of Targeting,
Measurement and Analysis for
Marketing".
To Kaye Trammell (MA 2002
and Ph.D. student), Lynda Lee
Kaid, Andrew Paul Williams
(Ph.D. student), and Kristen
Landreville (journalism student),
who recently published an article
titled, "Under the International
Spotlight: Marketing Politics
through Debates," in the 10th
volume of the "Business Research
Yearbook: Global Business Perspec-
tives" (2003), a publication of the
International Academy of
Business Disciplines. The research
also was presented at the 2003
IABD conference in Orlando. The
article stemmed from data collected
as a part of the Florida Campaign
Analysis Team 2002 (FCAT.02) that
researched communication strategies
and mass media effects from the
2002 state gubernatorial election.
To Samsup Jo (Ph.D. student),
whose paper, "The Use of Public
Relations in the News Media," has
been accepted for publication in
"Mass Communication & Society."
To Sanghoon Lee (MA, 2002),
whose article, "The Communication
Effect of Provocative and Humorous
Advertising," was presented at the
American Academy of Advertising
national conference in Broomfield,
Colo.
To Sid Pactor, whose paper titled
"Finding a Voice: Newspapers for
Blacks in the Colonial Bahamas,
1887-1956," has been accepted for
presentation at the Black Atlantic
Community Conference at Central
State University in Wilberforce,
Ohio, May 29.


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VISITING PROFESSIONAL

Jean Hoehn Zimmerman (ADV
1968), executive vice president of sales
and marketing for Chanel Beaufe and
Fragrance Division in New York,
participated in the Department of
Advertising's Women in Advertising
lecture series April 14. Prior to her
lecture, Dean Hynes presented
Zimmerman with a 2003 Alumni of
Distinction award.


SPECIAL CONGRATULATIONS

To Michelle Hinson, director of
development and administration for
the Institute for
Public Relations.
who has been
included il the i
2003/2004-
edition of the
"Empire \\Vho's
Who Executil\ e
& ProfessionalI
Registry. The Michelle Hinson
publication is
committed to providing professional
networking services and recognizing
the achievements of executives and
professionals worldwide. Hinson also
is content manager for IPR's web site,
which has been identified by the
Philanthropic and Knowledge Man-
agement Initiative at the Dorothy A.
Johnson Center for Philanthropy and
Nonprofit Leadership as one of the
most helpful resources for nonprofits.
The Nonprofit Good Practice Guide is
being assembled through a grant from
the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

BEST WISHES

To Samsup Jo (Ph.D. student),
who has accepted an assistant profes-
sor position at Texas Tech University.


DEEPEST SYMPATHY

To the family of Charlotte Yates,
who passed away April 14 at North
Florida Regional Medical Center.
Yates was the widow of former Jour-
nalism faculty member Ed Yates who
died in December 1999.


ON THE CALENDAR

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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