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College of Journalism and Communications


STUDENT SUCCESS


College enters final Hearst round
The College is in fourth place entering the Hearst photojournalism
competition's Picture Story round, for which John Kaplan chose entries by
photojournalism students Emily Harris and Doug Bell.
Above is one of Harris' submissions. She recently took this portrait of
Veronica Garcia and her children in Seine Bight, Belize, as part of
Kaplan's FlyIns program. See one of Bell's submissions on P. 2.


MOVING ON
Beaulieu-Dishman
heads to Foundation
Marlene Beaulieu-Dishman
leaves the College Thursday to serve
as administrative assistant to UF
Foundation
Vice President
Carter
Boydstun.
"She is an
ideal choice,"
Dean Terry
Hynes said.
"She has
demonstrated
during her 10+ Beaulieu-Dishman
years in the College her competence
in every assigned responsibility, her
ability to take initiative in carrying
out her assignments, her willingness
to take on new proj ects, and her
general service orientation, among
many other strengths."
NEW HIRE
Telecom hires
Online News lecturer
Lauren Hertel, who plans to
receive her master's in journalism
from the University of California,
Berkeley, in May, will join the
Department of Telecommunication
faculty as Online News lecturer.
"The search committee did an
outstanding job in identifying
candidates and selling our program
to Lauren," Dave Ostroff said.
"Congratulations and thanks to
Sandy Dickson, Cara Pilson, Mark
Leeps, Johanna Cleary, and Mindy
McAdams."


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Photojournalism student Doug Bell submitted this picture of Vietnam War veteran William Welch III, as part of his Hearst
Picture Story entry.


MCKEEN MENTION


Rock Doc trips out on Thompson in Portuguese
William McKeen is quoted in an article on Hunter Thompson by
Edmundo Clairefont in Trip, a Brazilian magazine.
Check it out at http://revistatrip.uol.com.br//141/hunter/home.htm


HIGHER GROUND
Treise can teach flying
If you want to
learn how to fly,
check with Debbie
Treise. She earned
her flight instructor
certification last
week.
"I've been a
pilot for several
years, earning lots Treise
of ratings and licenses," she said, "but
this was the pinnacle for me to teach
flying."
CORRECTION
"Public Relations' Influence on
Socially Responsible Corporations,"
was written by Mary Ann Ferguson,
doctoral student Cristina Popescu
and public relations senior Kate
Collins.


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PAPER TRAIL

Cleary clearly
communicative
The current issue of Mass
Communication & Society
features "The Parity Paradox:
Reader Response to Minority
Newsroom Staffing," by Terry
Adams of the University
of Miami and Johanna Cleary.
Cleary also
published a
book review
of"NPR: The
Trials and
Triumphs of
National
Public
Radio, by
Michael P. Cleary
McCauley, in the last edition of
American Journalism.
The St. Petersburg Times recently
ran John Marvel's "War correspon-
dents brave the battlefield to bring
us the story" in the opinion section.
Janis Teruggi Page will present
two chapters from her dissertation
at the June ICA Conference in
Dresden: "Towards a Theory of
Visual Narrative Analysis: What We
See on HGTV," at the Visual
Communication Division; and "The
History ofHome-Makeover TV: A
Rhetoric of Consumption, Myth,
and Identity," at the Popular
Communication Division.
MAZEL TOV

Kaplans welcome Max
John Kaplan's wife Li gave birth
to Max Jieming Kaplan Friday
morning at 8:31 this morning at
North Florida Regional Medical
Center. He weighed 6 pounds, 10
ounces.


SPEAK EASY
Sachs speaks
to students
Ron Sachs, JM 1972, who
runs a Tallahassee public
relations firm, recently spoke in
Mike Foley's Reporting lecture.

CALENDAR
March 6-8: Telecommunication
Advisory Council Meeting
March 13-17: Spring Break
March 21: Spring Internship & Job
Fair
March 22: Spring Colloquium
March 23-24: Public Relations
Advisory Council
March 30-April 2: AAA Meeting
April 5: Annual Awards Banquet
April 26: Classes end
May 6: Commencement, 2 pm
May 11: Alumni Reception
May 16: Summer A begins
GET IN LINE
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on the Monday following a payday,
except during summer and holidays.
It can be accessed on the Web at
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Deadline for submitting news is
the Wednesday before publication.
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Olivia Jeffries coordinates
production.
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