College of Journalism and Communications Intra-College Newsletter
VOL. 36 DECEMBER 18, 2003 NO.6
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To Naeemah Clark (Ph.D. 2002), whose dissertation, "These
Dames are Bananas: The History of Action for Children's Television,
1969-1992," was selected for honorable mention for the 2003 Ameri-
can Journalism Historians Association's top dissertation award.
Bernell E. Tripp chaired Clark's dissertation committee. Clark is an
assistant professor at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
To MA/JD students Alison Rumley and Meghan McShane, who
were invited to join the Journal ofLaw & Public Policy and were
elected to the JLPP Senior Board. Rumley will serve as assistant
managing editor and McShane will serve as articles text senior.
Amanda Reid (J.D./Ph.D. student) will serve as JLPP 's editor-in-chief
beginning spring. MA/JD student Wes Brewer will be concluding his
term as Executive Managing Editor on the Florida Journal oflnterna-
tional Law at the end of this semester.
To Linda Correll, who has two presentations accepted for interna-
tional conferences. "Hello! Developing a User-Friendly Ideation
System in a Global Village" was accepted for the First AIMS Interna-
tional Conference on Management, to be hosted by the Indian Institute
of Management Dec. 28-31. "New Directions in Global Commercial
Communication: Creative Aerobics: The Art of Ideation" has been
accepted for the Second International Conference on New Directions
in the Humanities, to be held July 20-23 at Monash University Centre
in Prato, Tuscany, Italy.
To Lisa Duke and John Sutherland, whose paper, "The Central
Properties of Creative Concepts: A Qualitative Content Analysis of 583
Working Creative Professionals," has been accepted for presentation at
the 2004 American Academy of Advertising Conference to be held in
Baton Rouge, March 25-28.
To Colleen Connolly-Ahern (Ph.D. student), who has accepted a
position as assistant professor at Penn State University.
EARLY HEARST RESULTS
Congratulations to Journalism
students Greg Undeen and Cynthia
Wallace, who placed in round one
(portrait/feature) of the Hearst photo
journalism contest. Undeen placed
seventh and won a $500 award
with a match for the department.
Wallace placed in a tie for 14th
FOR THE RECORD
Lisa Duke has been appointed to
serve on the
oversees three ,
titions: Lisa Duke
the Outstanding Contribution to
Research Awards, Research Fellow-
ships and the dissertation grant
Sandra Chance presented a
workshop Nov. 21 at the Florida
Bar's Reporters Workshop in Talla-
hassee. More than 20 reporters from
around the state attended the three-
day conference that teaches how to
report on the courts and the judicial
system and use
Sandra Chance 5-7. She
received the highest number of votes
in this year's election to the
organization's national Professional
Freedom and Responsibility (PF&R)
Committee, and began serving a