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College of Journalism and Communications
VOL. 36 OCTOBER 6,2


COLLEGE NAMES 2003 WINNERS OF STAR AWARDS AND
FLANAGAN PROFESSORSHIP

Special congratulations to Linda Hon, Sandi
Chance, Sylvia Chan-
Olmsted and Debbie Treise
who received maj or awards
for their accomplishments at
the College faculty meeting
Sept. 26th. Chance, Chan-
Olmsted and Treise received "
the inaugural Flanagan
Hon STAR awards for excellence ,
in teaching, research and service. The awards
include a $3,000 stipend. The Chnce
College recognized Hon as
recipient of the first Al and Effie Flanagan Professor
in Journalism and Communi-
cations. The Professorship
recognizes Hon's outstanding
teaching, research and service
during the past five years.
Flanagan Professors receive a
summer salary supplement and
up to $17,000 to support a
Chan-Olmsted graduate assistant during each
of the three years of the appointment.

Triese


NATIONAL RECOGNITION
Congratulations
to Bill
Chamberlin, who
has been named an
inaugural member
of the OMB Watch
Public Interest
Hall of Fame.
OMB Watch is a
national organiza- Chamberlin
tion founded in 1983 to monitor and


bring to public light activities of the
White House Office of Management
and Budget. The organization now
promotes accountability and openness
in all areas of government. The selec-
tion committee recognized Chamberlin
as a "champion of public access" for
his many years of leadership and his
work with the Marion Brechner Citizen
Access Project. Chamberlin will be
inducted at the OMB Watch 20th
anniversary celebration Oct. 9 in
Washington, D.C.


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Intra-College Newsletter
003 No. 3


CONGRATULATIONS
To Elaine Wagner and Linda
Correll, whose poster titled, "Tri-
umph of the
Spirit," has been
selected by the
Library of
Congress to be
added to the
library's perma-
nent design
archives. The
Library of
Congress works
with the American Institute of
Graphic Arts each year to select
distinguished American design from
posters submitted to the AIGA annual
design competitions. Wagner de-
signed the poster and Correll contrib-
uted the copywriting.
To John Kaplan, whose book,
"Photo Portfolio Success," has been
published by Writers Digest Books.
The manuscript is accompanied by
more than 200 photographs, including
27 of Kaplan's.
The book is
S distributed in
the U.S., the
United King-
dom, France
and Japan.
Former and
current UF
students are
interviewed and represented in the
book, including Tom Kennedy, JM
1972, the former Director of Photog-
raphy at National Geographic who is
now journalism advisory council
member working with Washington
Post/Newsweek Interactive.


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MORE CONGRATULATIONS

To Lynda Lee Kaid, whose paper,
"Advertising and the Image of Politicians
in Evolving and Established Democracies:
A Comparative Study of
the Polish and the U.S.
Presidential Elections in
2000," won the top
paper award at the sixth
annual Political Market-
ing conference held in
London in September.
S Kaid co-authored the
paper with Wojciech Cwalina and Andrzej
Falkowski of the Warsaw School of Social
Psychology. Kaid and co-authors Andrew
Paul Williams (Ph.D. Student), John C
Tedesco, Virginia Tech University, and
Daniela Dimitrova (Ph.D. 2003), also
presented a paper titled, "Comparing
Political Advertising Around the World."
The 2003 political marketing conference
was hosted by Middlesex University
Business School.
To Ted Spiker, who
has published several
magazine articles. "Your
Brain: An Owner's
Manual" appears in the
Oct. 6 issue of Fortune.
"In Sickness and In
Hell" appears in the Spiker
October issue of Men 's Health, and "What
Men Really Think About Their Bodies"
appeared in the August issue of O, The
Oprah Magazine.
To Jon D. Morris, who will present a
paper titled, "Provocation and Humor in
Ad Effects: Constrained
Multi-Group Analysis
and Beyond," at the
Association for Con-
sumer Research confer-
ence in Toronto Oct 11.
Morris co-authored the
paper with ChongMoo
Moris Woo (Ph.D. student) and
Sanghoon Lee (M.A.M.C. 2003). Mor-
ris also has been asked to write an invited


column for the advertising web site
"Talent Zoo."
To Tom Krynski and Forrest
Smith and the
AM 850 WRUF
news staff who
received two 1st
place awards in
the Society of
Professional
Journalists Mark
Krynski of Excellence
national competition. WRUF was
recognized for "Best Daily Radio
Newscast" and for "Front Page on
the Air," WRUF's news magazine
program. Congratulations also to
WUFT-TV, who won 2nd place
for "Best Daily Television News-
cast." Two students also won
awards. Matt Blubaugh received
2nd place in radio for "Best Spot
News" for his coverage of a white
supremacists rally in Gainesville
and the counter protest. Erich
Spivey received 3rd place in radio
for "Best In-Depth Reporting" for
his series on the homeless in
Gainesville and Alachua County.
The awards were handed out Sept.
13 at the national SPJ conference
in Tampa.
To Julie Dodd,
Michael Foley,
John Freeman,
Joseph Glover,
Sid Pactor,
Linda Perry,
Marilyn Roberts
Leonard Tipton, Freeman
Michael Weigold and
Julian Williams,
who were desig-
nated by UF
Anderson Schol-
ars as teachers
who have
"greatly influ-
enced" them.
Pactor The faculty


members were
recognized during
a convocation
program Oct 1. in
University Memo-
rial Auditorium.

Williams
FOR THE RECORD
Jon D. Morris has been named
chairman of the Gainesville-
Alachua County Regional Airport
Authority.
Al Holt finished second in his
age group in the Florida Track Club
Dog Days 5K Run in Gainesville
Sept. 27. The run was a benefit for
the UF Student Chapter of the
Veterinary Medical Association.

NEW ARRIVAL
Congratulations to Bill and
Nicole McKeen on the birth of
Travis Edward McKeen, who was
born Sept. 18. Travis weighed 7 lbs,
8 oz.

ON THE CALENDAR
October 9-10: Public Relations
Advisory Council
October 21: Knight Division
sponsored Job and Internship
Fair
October 22: Journalism
Advisory Council




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