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SPEAKING OUT

Public speaking is public relations

Kathleen Kelly has been speaking to several public relations
groups around Florida.
She discussed "Nonprofits and Public Relations: Understanding
Society's Third Sector" at Capital Chapter of the
Florida Public Relations Association (FPRA) in
Tallahassee; "Fund Raising Is Public Relations"
at the Sunshine District Conference of the
Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) in
Fort Lauderdale; and "A Public Relations
Primer on the Nonprofit Sector" at the North
Florida Chapter of PRSA in Jacksonville.
"Since coming to UF, a number of organiza-
tions have invited me to speak," Kelly said. "I
Kathleen Kelly delayed most of the presentations until summer
when I could better afford to be away from campus. Now I'm getting
a chance to explore my new home state and to meet some of the
wonderful professionals who work here."
Alumni greeted Kelly at each presentation, she said. "Gators are
everywhere!"


PAPER TRAIL

Gators address telecommunication,
'Cross-national conflict shifting'
Justin Brown and several students presented papers at the recent
National Cable Telecommunication Association's Academic Semi-
nar.
Brown presented "Exploring Alternatives
to Digital Must-Carry."
Doctoral Student Nissa Laughner
presented "The Cable Netherworld: Explor-
ing the Limits of Cable Property Rights and
their Implications From a Fifth And 14th
Amendment Perspective."
And master's students Jong-Hyuok
Jung and Yang-Hwan Lee presented
"Internet Business Strategy for Multiple Justin Brown
System Operators (MSOs): Exploratory Study of Multiple System
Operators Web site."
Journalism Studies accepted "Cross-national conflict shifting:
Expanding a theory of global public relations management through
quantitative content analysis" for publications. It was written by
Juan-Carlos Molleda; Colleen Connolly-Ahern, PhD 2004; and
Candace Quinn, MAAC 2003.


TROPHY CASE

Chamberlin wins
international award
Bill F. Chamberlin recently won
the Applied/Public Policy Research
Award from the Washington, D.C.-
based Interna-
tional Communi-
cation Associa-
tion (ICA).
"The award
meant a lot,"
Chamberlin said.
"It's the first
academic recog-
nition of our Bill Chamberlin
unique research project."
He received it for his "long-stand-
ing leadership in research, education
and public service directed at improv-
ing open meetings and open records
law in government at all levels,"
according to an ICA news release.

JUST HIRED
Cynthia Watts-Thomas recently
jointed the Department of Advertis-
ing as senior
secretary.
She has been
Working at the
University of
Florida since
1988. She
served as senior
secretary at the
Academic
Cynthia Watts-Thomas Av a emic
Advising Center
since 1991. She also worked at the
TREEO Center and Dairy Science
Department.
Prior to coming to UF, she worked
at the North Florida Regional Medi-
cal Center for 14 years.


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CALENDAR
Aug. 6: Summer B ends
Aug. 7: Graduation
Aug. 16: Annual college
faculty retreat
Aug. 19-20: Registration
Aug. 19-20: Graduate
Orientation
Aug. 23: Classes begin
Aug. 23-26: Drop/Add
Sept. 6: Labor Day
Sept. 16-17: Rosh Hashanah
Sept. 25: Yom Kippur
Nov. 11: Veterans Day
Nov. 12-13: Homecoming
Nov. 25-26: Thanksgiving

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