Distiguished Alum Michael Connelly, Bernie Machen and Terry Hynes prepare for
Faculty have their say
Julie Dodd recently served as moderator of "Online Education
Opportunities for Scholastic Journalism Teachers" at the AEJMC Scholastic
Journalism Division's mid-winter meeting at the Poynter Institute in St.
Petersburg. She also met with the Journalism Education Association's
Certification Commission to review questions for JEAs Certified Journalism
Educator and Master Journalism Educator exams.
Cynthia R. Morton will address The League of Women Voters of Alachua
County/Gainesville and Gainesville Regional Utilities Wednesday on "How
to Package and Promote Energy Efficiency: Applying Social Marketing
Principles to the Development of Successful Conservation Campaigns." The
forum is open to the public.
Kaplan keeps his
eyes on 'America 24/7'
Working with editors from Newsweek and U.S. News
and WorldReport, John Kaplan helped edit "California
24/7," "Tennessee 24/7" and "Nevada 24/7."
The books follow up "America 24/7," the bestseller
Kaplan also helped edit.
HALL OF FAME
PR group names
Peg Hall '2004
Member of the Year'
The Gainesville chapter of the
Florida Public Relations Association
recently named Peg Hall its "2004
Member of the
She won the
FPRA, opening Peg Hall
doors for better collaboration
between the UF faculty and the
chapter, and advancing the public
relations profession by forging
alliances between practitioners and
educators," according to the chapter.
Brazil, Argentina, Chile
await Molleda's visit
Juan-Carlos Molleda will visit
corporations and universities in
and Chile May
13-26 as part of
the UF Center for
Research's Juan-Carlos Molleda
"It is a great opportunity to under-
stand firsthand the developments of
South America toward a common
market," he said.
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Cho publishes four articles
The Journal ofAdvertising recently published three Chang-Hoan Cho
* "Why Do People Avoid Advertising on the Internet?" 2004, 33 (4), page 89-
97, with John Hongsik Cheon, Ph.D. 2004, of
Frostburg State University.
* "Internet Uses and Gratifications: A Structural
Equation Model of Interactive Advertising," 2005
summer issue, with Hanjun Ko, Ph.D. 2003, of the
Kookmin University, Seoul, and Marilyn Roberts.
* "Cross-Cultural Comparisons of Interactivity on
Corporate Websites: U.S., U.K., Japan, and Korea,"
2005 Summer issue, with Hongsik John Cheon,
Ph.D. 2004, of Frostburg
Also, the Journal of Korean Marilyn Roberts
Academy ofMarketing Science
recently published Cho's "Effects of Banner Clicking
and Attitude toward the Linked Target Ads on Brand-
Attitude and Purchase-Intention Changes."
"Basic Applications of Handheld Computers," by
Judy Robinson, Ph.D. 2000, and Julie Dodd, appears
in the December/January 2005 Quill & Scroll.
WEAVING A WEB
Cory Armstrong hopes to have a
reference Web site for investigative
reporters up by the end of the spring.
She asks that
her links to
on as mentor for
to the Gradu-
mittee for this
Feb. 19: CLAST Test
Feb. 26- March 5: Spring Break
Mar.22-24: Advisory councils for
Advertising, Journalism, Public
Mar. 24: Knight Divistion Career
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
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