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Vol. 37, No. 02 College of Journalism and Communications


Au2.23 20041


IN MEMORIAL


'Larger-than-life' Davis
dies of a heart attack at 80
Buddy Davis died last week of a heart attack. He was 80.
His wife Margie and their daughter and son were with him when he died.
He earned a bachelor's in journalism in 1948 and a master's in 1952 from
UF. He joined the journalism faculty in 1954 and
retired in 1985. During most of his teaching career,
he also worked at the Gainesville Sun. He won the
Pulitzer Prize for editorial writing in 1971. That same
year he was recognized as the College's second
alumnus of distinction and was named a distin-
guished alumnus of UF.
In 1977, he received the Wells Key Award from
Sigma Delta Chi. That year he also was named a
SD Distinguished Service Professor at UF. In 1963, he
received the Sidney Hillman Award for editorials
dealing with race relations and civil liberties.
"Buddy was larger than life while a faculty member and a legend to
generations of journalism students," Dean Terry Hynes said. "He taught
almost every course in the journalism curriculum at one time or another, so
almost every student in the college had a class with him."
Many of his students put the lessons he taught them to good use, Dean
Emeritus Ralph Lowenstein said.
"Buddy was simply a great teacher," he said, "and the outstanding editors
that he produced throughout the nation is proof of that statement."
Davis' body will be cremated. The family plans to have a public memo-
rial service, Sept. 5 at 3p.m.


John Free-
man took
this photo
earlier this
month at his
hotel room
during the
AEJMC
Convention
in Toronto.
See story,
Page 2.


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ADVISORY ALERT
Pepsi exec joins PR
Advisory Council
Angela A. Buonocore, vice
president for corporate communi-
cations at The Pepsi Bottling
Group, recently joined the Public
Relations Department's Advisory
Council.
She informed Kathleen Kelly
that she plans to attend the
council's Dec. 2-3 meeting.
PAPER TRAIL
Madrid journal
picks up Kiousis paper
Sprio Kiousis, Maxwell
McCombs, University of Texas
and Iris Chyi, Chinese University
of Hong
Kong re-
cently pub-
lished "How
the News
Media Set
the Agenda"
in the Span-
ish j ounral
DOXA Cor- Spiro Kiousis
municacion: Revista
Interdisciplinar de Estudios de
Comunicacion y Ciencias Sociales.
Debbie Treise, Elaine Wagner,
Lindsay Minter and Linda
Correll's "Guidelines for Accom-
modations: What Advertising
Teachers Need to Know About
Working with Learning-disabled
Students in Team-based Classes"
will appear in the spring issue of
the Journal ofAdvertising
Education.






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ALL-AEJMC TEAM
Faculty, grad students,
alumni a class act
in Toronto convention
Faculty, grad students and alumni
took the stage at the AEJMC Conven-
tion earlier this month in Toronto.
Professors, students, alumni, and
other co-writers presented the follow-
ing papers:
Doctoral student Byeng-Hee Chang
and Sylvia M.
Chan-Olmsted:
"Relative Con-
stancy of Advertis-
ing spending: A
Cross-national
Examination of
Advertising Expen-
ditures and their Sylvia Chan-Olmsted
Determinants."
Chan-Olmsted and
doctoral student Goro Oba: "The
World Media Landscape: A Compre-
hensive Examination of Media Mar-
kets and Their Determinants in 98
Countries."






J. Robyn Goodman: "Mapping the
Sea of Eating Disorders: A Structural
Equation Model of How Peers, Family
and Media Influence Body Image and
Eating Disorders." It won a top faculty
paper in the Commission on the Status
of Women.
Goodman and
Kim Walsh-
Childers: "Sculpt-
ing the Female
Breast: How Col-
lege Women Nego-
tiate the Media's
IEathidgisttrdmkge." It was accepted
for publication in
Journalism and Mass Communica-
tion Quarterly.


and doctoral students Xu Wu and
Trent Seltzer: "First- & Second-
Level Agenda-Building &
Agenda-Setting Effects: Exploring
the Linkages among Candidate
Press Releases, Media Coverage,
& Public Opinion during the 2002
Florida Gubernatorial Election."
Meg Lamme and Dave
Westover,
MAMC
2004: "A
Qualitative
Study of
Military-
Media Rela-
tions During
Meg Lamme the War in
Iraq: Investigating Embedding,
Discovering Relationship Theory
in Action."
Lynda Lee Kaid, grad student
Hyoungkoo Khang, and
Jinyoung Tak of Kiemyung
University in Korea: "The Influ-
ence of Cultural Parameters on
Videostyles of Televised Political
Spots in the U.S. and Korea." It
received the Top Paper award in
the International Communication
Association Division and the
Asian Journal of Communication
Outstanding Paper Award.
Helena Sirki6: "Virtual Girls:
A Framing Analysis of Girlhood
in Four Online Girls' Magazines."
Faculty members participated in
several panel discussions:
Linda Hon
participated in
"Getting
Published in
AEJMC
Divisional
Journals."
Meg
Lamme Linda Hon
organized "Women's Work: The
Influence of Ideas in Women's
Movements."


She also helped conceive and moder-
ated "How Countries Managed Their
National Reputation in the Face of
Crises."
Kaid participated in "Getting
Published in AEJMC Divisional
Journals."
Spiker participated in "How to
Help Students Find the Best Ideas and
Fresh Angles for Features."
Also, Jiyang Bae, MAMC 2004,
received the Public Relations
Division's Roschwalb Award, de-
signed to encourage international
study.
AEJMC's national standing com-
mittee on Professional Freedom and
Responsibility elected Sandra
Chance vice chair.
John Freeman
presented "Practice
What you Preach in
Photojournalism:
How to Maintain
Credibility and
Inspire Creativity" in
the "Great Ideas for
Teachers" program.
John Freeman
He also chaired the
Creative Projects call-for-entries in the
Visual Communications division and
moderated the
session.
AEJMC ap-
pointed Cynthia R.
Morton to a three-
year term on its
Membership
Committee. The
appointment begins Cynthia Morton
in October.
STUDENT SUCCESS
Jim Murray Scholar
sets sights on sports
Journalism senior Jeff Lippman
recently was named a Jim Murray
Scholar. "I am an aspiring sports
writer," he said. "I would eventually
like to work for ESPN and a newspa-
per writing articles and columns."


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TROPHY CASE
'Negroes with Guns' wins Urbanworld award
The Documentary
Institute's "Negroes with
Guns" won the documentary
feature category earlier this
month at Urbanworld Film
Festival in New York. Spike
TV presented the award.
S"Negroes with Guns" has
also appeared in the IFP Los
Angeles Film Festival, San
Diego Film Festival, Black
Harvest International Film
"Negroes with Guns" has been appearing in Harvest International Film
film festivals. Festival in Chicago and Hot
Springs Film Festival.

RETREAT REWIND
Annual retreat features Machen, Foley, awards
It may have been the most
musical faculty retreat in the
history of the College.
MC Mike Foley entertained
the crowd throughout the day
with his singing, dancing and
humor; and Poynter Institute
Senior Scholar Roy Peter Clark,
Foley's band mate for 12 years,
spoke (and sang) about the
connection between music and
writing.
The day started with a 60-
minute update by President
Bernie Machen.
Dean Terry Hynes presented
the $3,000 STAR awards to
Sandra
Dickson, Mike Foley and Roy Peter Clark entertain faculty
Juan Carlos Molleda, and Ted Spiker. She awarded
the Flanagan Professorships, which include $6,500
summer salary and up to
$17,000 for a grad student
assistant, to Debbie Treise and
Sylvia Chan-Olmsted.
Freedom Forum Visiting
Professor Philip Schwartz, who
received his bachelor's in busi-
ness administration and MBA from UF, participated in
the retreat.
Phil Schwartz


NEXT MOVE
Kent retires, heads to
'Lord of the Rings' land
Kurt Kent retired from UF earlier
this month. He's developing a new
doctoral program at a New Zealand
university.
Kent joined
the journalism
faculty in 1970.
In 1976-77, he
headed the
graduate divi-
sion and the
Communication
Research
Center. Kurt Kent
"Under Kurt's leadership, the
College developed and implemented
the Ph.D. program that the Board of
Regents authorized in 1984 after
more than a decade of effort by the
College's graduate faculty," Dean
Terry Hynes said. "The implementa-
tion stage was crucial in establishing
high standards for program quality
and high expectations for student
performance. Kurt provided a central
leadership role in this regard as he
collaborated with faculty to design
and implement the program."
Kent headed AEJMC's Interna-
tional Division in 1977-1978.
"I hope you will join me in express-
ing appreciation to Kurt for his many
contributions to the College," Hynes
said. "And best wishes for joy and
success in his new venture!"

GRANT TAKEN
Kaid, Ferguson
receive public health
grant from the state
Lynda Lee Kaid and Mary Ann
Ferguson received $37,800 from the
Florida Department of Health for
"Development of a Public Health
Education Series for Journalists."


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IN MEMORIAL
Classic 89 board
member dies
Pat Polopolus, longtime member
and two-time president of the board for
Friends of Classic 89 and Nature Coast
90, died earlier this month.
She is survived by two daughters,
Eleni Polopolus, a WUFT staff mem-
ber, and Peggy Ford of New York City.

CALENDAR
Aug. 23: Classes begin
Aug. 23-26: Drop/Add
Sept. 6: Labor Day
Sept. 9-10: Advertising Advisory
Council
Sept. 16-17: Rosh Hashanah
Sept. 25: Yom Kippur
Sept. 28: New Student Orientation
and Organizational Fair
Oct. 2: CLAST
Oct. 4: Annual AAJA Resume and
Portfolio Critique Session
Oct. 5-7: Journalism Advisory
Council
Oct. 7: World Press Institute Visit
Oct. 7-8: Telecommunication
Advisory Council
Oct. 8: Board of Advocates
Meeting 3-5pm
Oct. 26: Knight Division Job and
Internship Fair
Nov. 11: Veterans Day
Nov. 12-13: Homecoming
Nov. 13: Homecoming Alumni
Gathering
Nov. 25-26: Thanksgiving
Dec. 2-3: Public Relations Advisory
Council
Dec. 8: Classes End
Dec. 9-10: Reading Days
Dec. 11-17: Exams
Dec. 18: Commencement
Dec. 20: Grades Due
Dec. 24: Holiday


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