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Publication Date: September 18, 2006
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Vol. 39, No. 3 College of Journalism and Communications


Sept. 18, 2006


GLOBAL GATORS


A father and son look at some of the UF students' 20 prints exhibited in China's
largest photography festival.
China's largest photo festival
shows 20 images by UF students
China's largest photo festival the Pingyao International Photography
Festival is exhibiting 20 prints by students from the
College.
"Our photojournalism students' images look great," said
John Kaplan, who's there this week, "and hold their own
well in the international student exhibition, which includes
schools such as Ohio University, Western Kentucky, NYU,
the School of the Visual Arts, the Paris Art Institute and
more than 35 other schools from around the world."
At the festival, Kaplan is giving a presentation and serving Kaplan
as a judge for a competition of 25 Chinese photography programs.

Hertel to teach in Russia
Lauren Hertel will teach new media techniques to
journalism students and professionals in Russia Sept. 23-
Oct. 8.
She'll travel to Vladivostok and Kamchatka with the
U.S. State Department Speaker Program, which sent
Mindy McAdams to Bulgaria last year.

Hertel


MOVING ON
Roosenraad stays
through spring
Jon Roosenraad, who is retiring
after 38 years in
the College,
originally planned
to step down near
the end of the fall
semester, but
recently agreed to
stay through the
spring and direct the Roosenraad
graduation ceremony, as he has
done for the past two years.
The College's permanent dean will
work with the provost to fill
Roosenraad's position in Student
Services effective July 1.

Hoover engineers
a job change
After nearly six years in the
College, Becky
Hoover, PR 1982,
will serve as a
director of
development in the
College of
Engineering
starting in October.
"I speak for all of Hoover
us in thanking Becky for her hard
work, dedication and successes in
helping the College meet and surpass
our fundraising goals," John Wright
said.





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PAPER TRAIL

Professors tackle Web,
attitudes, 9/11 effects
Electronic News, the journal of AEJMC's Radio-
Television Journalism Division,
recently accepted Johanna Cleary's
"Surfable Surveys: Using Web-based
Technology to Reach Newsroom a
Respondents," which she co-authored
with Terry Adams of the University
of Miami.
The Journal ofPublic Relations -
Research, Volume. 17, No. 1, recently Cleary
accepted Eyun-Jung Ki, PhD 2006,
and Linda Hon's "Testing the
Linkages among the Organization-
Public Relationship and Attitude and
Behavioral Intentions."
The Connecticut Public Interest
Law Journal published Bill
Chamberlin's "Five Years After the
Hon 9/11 Terrorist Attacks: Are New
Sedition Laws Needed to Capture Suspected
Terrorists in the United States?" in its
fall issue.
The Journal ofHealth
Communication published "Improving
the Way We Die: A Coorientation
Study Assessing Agreement/Disagree-
ment in the Organization-Public
Relationship of Hospices and Physi-
cians," by Kathleen Kelly and two Kelly
graduate students, Alumni
Fellow Richard Waters and
Michael Thompson, in its
September issue.
The Journal of Website Promotion
recently accepted
"Interactive
Communication
Features on
Choi Nonprofit
Organizations' Web
Pages for the Practice of Excellent
Public Relations," by Hye-Min Yeon,
Youjin Choi and Spiro Kiousis.
Kiousis


STUDENT SUCCESS
Grad students make
up law journal staff
Several of the UF Journal of Law and Public
Policy's staff members are graduate students in the
College, including: Amanda Groover, an executive
article editor; Heather French, an assistant research
editor; Natalie Hanan, Christina Locke, Drew
Shenkman and Ana-Klara Hering, general board
members; Courtney Barclay, assistant article editor.
Drew Bagley, who received his MA in media law in
the summer, was also involved and served as
production chair.

Student reports from
Ground Zero for CBS radio
This fall, telecommunication student Lorilee
Victorino is interning with CBS radio, where she has
been helping with network coverage of events at
Ground Zero. She also reports these events on AM 850.
TROPHY CASE
communigator wins
two magazine awards
For the second consecutive year, the communigator
won Florida Magazine Association Charlie Awards: a
Charlie Award (first place) in Best Department for "In
Three Acts," and a bronze in Best Column for "Bo
Knows?"


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REASON TO CELEBRATE
Classic 89 marks
silver anniversary,
Deborah Amos speaks
at Phillips Center
The College will celebrate Classic
89's 25th anniversary Sept. 27.
As part of the celebration, NPR
International News Correspondent
Deborah Amos, TEL 1972, a
distinguished alumna, will speak
Sept. 26 at 7:30 p.m. in the Curtis M.
Phillips Center.
She'll discuss her experiences as
an international correspondent, her
NPR career and her years as a
student in the College.
Admission is free but tickets are
required. They can be picked up in
the WUFT-FM administrative area
from Nancy Ward, or from the
Phillips Center Box Office.
GET IN LINE
the open line
seeks submissions
the open line is usually published
on the Monday following a payday,
except during summer and holidays. It
can be accessed on the Web at
www.j ou.ufl.edu/pubs/openline/.
Deadline for submitting news is the
Wednesday before publication.
Boaz Dvir serves as editor, and
Olivia Jeffries coordinates production.
Please send all news items to
bdvir@jou.ufl.edu. Thank you.


CALENDAR
Sept. 21-22: Advertising Advisory
Council
Sept. 25-27: Telecommunication
Advisory Council
Sept. 26: WUFT-FM, Classic 89's 25th
Anniversary Celebration, UF Perf.
Arts Center
Sept. 26: 7:30 PM, UF Center for
Performing Arts "An Evening with
Deborah Amos"
Oct. 6-7: Homecoming
Oct. 6: WUFT-TV Live Broadcast
Coverage of the 2006 UF
Homecoming parade, Noon
Oct. 7: CLAST
Oct. 7: Homecoming Alumni
Gathering
Oct. 24: Knight Division Job and
Internship Fair, JWRU Grand
Ballroom
Oct. 24-25: Journalism Advisory
Council
Nov. 10: Veterans' Holiday
Nov. 23-24: Thanksgiving
Dec. 6: Classes End
Dec. 7-8: Reading Days
Dec. 12: Holiday Party
Dec. 11-15: Exams
Dec. 16: Commencement
Dec. 18: Grades Due
Dec. 25: Holiday


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