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Publication Date: October 16, 2006
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Oct. 16, 2006


UF President Bernie Machen, Alumnus of Distinction Johnny Tillotson and John
Wright at the Homecoming game.


GLOBAL GATORS
Molleda to teach in Paris,
Hertel blogs from Russia
Juan-Carlos Molleda will teach
Public Relations and Strategic
Communication Management in
Europe at the Paris Research Center in
May, and International Relations and
Strategic Communi-
cation for Public
Diplomacy: Relation-
ship Building be-
tween Governments
and Citizens of
Foreign Nations in
fall 2007.
Lauren Hertel Hertel
recently taught online
journalism to students and journalists
in the Russian Far East for two weeks.
To view her blog about her experiences
in Vladivostok and Kamchatka, visit
http:/russiaonline.blogspot.com.


SPEAK EASY
Dodd develops
curriculum for
Wisconsin
Julie Dodd taught a weeklong
workshop this summer at the
University of
Wisconsin/
Whitewater for
beginning high
school
journalism
teachers.
She will
develop the
curriculum that
Dodd
will be used in Dodd
the new journalism teacher
education program offered by the
Kettle Moraine Press Association,
serving Wisconsin and northern
Illinois.


TROPHY CASE
MSNBC quotes
advertising faculty
MSNBC recently quoted Robyn
Goodman, Jon Morris and John
Sutherland about their study, "Is
Beauty a Joy Forever? Young
Women's Emotional Responses to
Varying Types of Beautiful
Advertising Models."
The study won the top paper
award in the advertising division at
August's AEJMC conference.
"What we found is the way that
the industry and the way that
[female] consumers are looking at
beauty are totally different,"
Goodman said.
MOVING UP
Freeman, Martinez,
Robinson achieve
graduate faculty status
The Graduate School recently
approved John Freeman, Belio
Martinez and
Judy Robinson
to graduate to
faculty status.
Although the
graduate faculty
also voted to
approve Amy Jo
Coffey, she
decided to wait to Coffey
submit her application in January,
once she completes her doctorate.





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PAPER TRAIL
Redrawing clear lines
The Cardazo Arts & Entertainment Law Journal
recently accepted Johanna Cleary's
"Redrawing the Social Architecture:
An Analysis of the Common Law
Governing Post-employment
Non-compete Contracts for Media
Employees," which she co-authored
with Cathy Packer of the University .-
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Sport, Rhetoric and Gender recently Cleary
published Marie Hardin of Penn State University and
Julie Dodd's chapter, "Running a Different Race: The
Rhetoric of 'Women's-Only' Content in the Runner's
World."
The International Journal on Media Management,
Volume. 8, Issue 4, recently accepted
"Broadband Deployment in the
United States: Examining the
Impacts of Platform Competition,"
by Sangwon Lee.
The International Journal of
Mobile Marketing, Volume. 1, Issue
2, recently accepted "The
Chan-Olmsted Development of
Mobile
Television: Examining the
Convergence of Mobile and Broad-
casting Services in Korea," by
Sangwon Lee and Sylvia Chan-
Olmsted.
The Journal ofPublic Relations
Research recently accepted
"Understanding Influence on
Corporate Reputation: An Kiousis
Examination of Public Relations Efforts, Media
Coverage, Public Opinion and Financial Performance
from an Agenda-Building and Agenda-Setting
Perspective," by Spiro Kiousis, Cristina Popescu and
Michael Mitrook.


STUDENT SUCCESS
Student documentary
finalist for award
"Gimme Green," a documentary directed by Isaac
Brown, MAMC 2006, and Eric Flagg, MAMC 2006,
is a finalist for the David L. Wolper Award.
The Florida Entertainment Law Review recently


Deborah Amos, TEL 1972, and John Wright celebrate Classic
89's 25th broadcast anniversary at UF President Bernie
Machen's house.
FACULTY FOCUS
Armstrong on women commission
AEJMC's Gender, Race,
Ethnicity and Diversity
Assessment committee recently
selected Cory Armstrong as a
member. She will represent the
committee on the Commission on
the Status of Women.
The University of South
Carolina School of Journalism and
Mass Communications is profiling Armstrong
Juan-Carlos Molleda for the 10th Anniversary of its
doctoral program in mass
communication.
The World Technology
Network recently short-listed
William McKeen as a nominee
for a 2006 World Technology
Award for his St. Petersburg Times
article, "Serendipity." Winners will
be announced on Nov. 3 at the
McKeen World Technology Awards gala
ceremony in San Francisco.


named MA/JD student Amanda Groover Highland
editor-in-chief.
Hyung-Min Lee, MAMC 2006, recently placed in
the top four in the annual Institute for Public Rela-
tions Northwestern Mutual Master's Thesis Competi-
tion. Juan-Carlos Molleda served as his faculty
adviser.


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David Ostroff; Jana Henthorn, vice president of The Cable Center's Programming Institute; telecommunication freshman Tekoya
Davis; Katie McAuliffe, telecom master's student; and Pat Esser, president of Cox Communications. Esser recently spoke at the
College as part of The Cable Center's speakers program.


Joe Pisani chats with Jo Anne Smith at a recent reception for retired faculty and staff
at the Thomas Center.


CALENDAR
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. 12: Holiday Party
Dec. 11-15: Exams
Dec. 16: Commencement
Dec. 25: Holiday
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.jou.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.


Oct. 16, 2006




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