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Jol. 37, No. 07 College of Journalism an

GLOBAL GATORS
Correll's passage to India
Linda Correll spent a highly productive fall
semester in India, spreading the word about her
ideation system, Creative Aerobics.
Her accomplishments included:
Teaching Creative Aerobics at the country's leading
graduate program, Mudra Institute of Communica-
tions Ahmedabad,
Presenting Creative Aerobics to the Ad Club of
Hyderabad and the Indo-American Chamber of Linda C
Commerce.
Presenting New Directions in Global Communication (Creative A
in The Celebrating Excellence Lecture Series at the National Instit
Design.
Delivering a five-workshop series to two multinational companies
Improving Corporate Communication.
Also, Response Books, a division of Sage Publications, publish
Correll's Brainstorming Reinvented through its New Delhi, Thous;
and London offices. And ICFAI University Press asked her to writ
book, on using Creative Aerobicsin advertising operations.


Jonn rreeman returned mis semester irom a sauDnarcai. ne uocumentei
away from the College in a pictorial Web blog, http://www.iou.ufl.edu/ueo
facultv/ifreeman/blog/Aug.htm. The Sept. 23 entry is "Bath time for Chey
Nellie."


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id Communications Jan. 10, 2005
GOOD JOB
Record five staffers
reach the TOP
Olivia Jeffries, Tom Krynski, Sue
Wagner, Susan
White, and
Helga Williams
recently received
the $3,000 2004
Flanagan Awards
orrell for Total Out-
standing Perfor-
aspects) mance (TOP).
ute of "All perma-
nent USPS and Tom Krynski
Hs on TEAMS employees in the College
working at least .75 FTE are eligible
ed ... once every three years," said Dean
and Oaks Terry Hynes. "Normally, three TOP
e a second awards are given each year. This year
we sought approval for five, in part to
'catch up' with the number of employ-
ees deserving the award."
NEW FACE
Hernandez joins
89/90 as assistant
news director
Luis Hernandez joined Classic 89/
Nature Coast 90 as assistant news
director this semester. He served as
anchor and reporter at the Miami news/
talk station WIOD and worked for radio
stations in Jacksonville, West Palm
Beach and Colorado, where he also
worked in television.
The search committee included Bill
Beckett, Richard Drake, Melanie
d his time Perry, Bridget Grogan and Johanna
pole/ Cleary.
enne and Bart O'Connell served as interim
assistant news director during the fall
semester.






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IN THE NAME OF FREEDOM
Brechner Center recognizes
Business Review reporter
The Brechner Center will recognize Dan Christensen, a reporter with
the Miami Daily Business Review, at its annual
Award Celebration Jan. 31, 5 p.m.-7 p.m., at the
Thomas Center.
Christensen "exposed the problem of secrecy in
the federal courts, one of the most serious yet
under-reported problems affecting First Amend-
ment rights since 9/11," Sandra Chance said.
"His groundbreaking series provides a riveting
look at how federal judges and prosecutors have
conspired to keep newsworthy civil and criminal
cases secret by wiping them off the public record.
"Christensen discovered the practice of 'super- Sandra Chance
sealing,' where even the case numbers are kept
secret, preventing anyone, including reporters, from knowing anything
about the cases."
Faculty members who wish to have Christensen address their students
Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 should get in touch with Chance.


STUDENT SUCCESS
Sfirkii and Cleary's
students create
elections Web site
Students in Interactive Media and
Covering
Political
Campaigns
- taught by
Helena
Stirki6 and
Johanna
Cleary,
respec-
tively -
created
http:// HelenaS irkib
proj ects.j ou.ufl.edu/rtv3280f04/
onlinestoryproject to cover the 2004
elections. It featured blogs, stories,
videos and a Flash slideshow.
"This project gave both the teach-
ers and the students a chance to take


another step toward media conver-
gence," Cleary said.

students
were Talia
Pate, An-
gela
Vachon,
German
Visbal,
Linda
Bong, Gary .
Mattingly, .-
Alisabeth Johanna Cleary
Black, Ted Geltner, Damien Yare, and
Hua-Ching Hsu.
Also, the Reporters Committee for
the Freedom of the Press hired Amanda
Groover, a media law joint degree
master's student, as its summer legal
intern.


PAPER TRAIL
Doctoral student
examines teenagers'
Web blogs
The Routledge journal Education
Communication and Information
will publish doctoral student Denise
Bortree's "Presentation of Self on
the Web: An Ethnographic Study of
Teenage Girls' Weblogs" in its
February/March issue.

MEETING DEADLINES

Task force focuses
on accreditation
The Accreditation Task Force
meets Tuesdays at 8 a.m. for two
hours in Weimer 2066 on the
following dates:
Jan. 18 General Planning
Jan. 25 Discussion of Standards
1&9
Feb. 1 Discussion of Standards
2&3
Feb. 8 Discussion of Standards
4&5
Feb. 15 Discussion of Standards
6&8
Feb. 22 Discussion of Standard
7 and Graduate Programs
March 22 Discussion of
Strengths and Weaknesses
April 26 Discussion as Follow-
up to the
Self-
Study
Faculty
Meeting
"Faculty
members
are
encour-
aged to
attend and
contribute
contribute John Wright
to the self-
study process," John Wright said.


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SPEAK EASY
Communication Colloquium
features Molleda, Kiousis, Choi
The Communication Colloquium will be held during lunchtime (11:45
a.m. to 12:35 p.m.) Wednesdays in Weimer 3032. Presenters include
Juan-Carlos Molleda (Jan. 26), Spiro Kiousis (Feb. 9), and Youjin Choi
(Feb. 23).


Juan-Carlos Molleda


CALENDAR
Jan. 1: New Year's Day Holiday
Jan. 3: Registration
Jan 4: Classes Begin
Jan. 17: Martin Luther King
Holiday
Feb. 19: CLAST Test
Feb. 26- March 5: Spring Break
April 20: Classes end
TBA: Annual Awards Banquet
April 21-27: Reading Days
April 23-29: Exams
April 30: Commencement
May 9: Summer A begins


Spiro Kiousis


Youjin Choi


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and holiday periods. It can be
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www.jou.ufl.edu/pubs/openline/.
Deadline for submitting news (to
the Dean's Office) is the Wednesday
before the Monday of publication.
Boaz Dvir serves as editor, and
Olivia Jeffries coordinates
production.
Please send all news items to
bdvir@jou.ufl.edu. Thank you.


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