Vol. 39, No. 6 College of Journalism and Communications
Dec. 11, 2006
FlyIns exhibit features Ecuador
Ecuador in Words and Pictures, the latest Florida FlyIns exhibition,
runs through Dec. 15 at the Reitz Gallery.
It features photography, writing and multimedia by 15 students who
recently traveled to Ibarra, Ecuador. This is the FlyIns' seventh year. John
Kaplan runs the program.
Photojournalism student Ginger Larson took this photo of sisters in an Ecuadorian
farmhouse during the Florida FlyIns program.
combine for 50 years
at the College
is leaving the
College after 29
years at WUFT.
the position of
vice president for
His last day in
will be Jan. 10.
retiring after 21
years of service McGregor
in the Office of
Student Services and a with a total of
33 years at UF.
The Commission on Public
recently listed .
UF first under
Kathleen Kelly Kelly
was the lead author of three sections
of the report: "Supervised
Experience," "Program Certification
and Accreditation" and "Call to
Doctoral students Danny Shipka
and Richard Waters helped Kelly
draft the first two sections.
The report showed that UF's
curricula closely follows, and often
leads, the commission's
Committee set in motion
Doug Jones, director of the Florida
Museum of Natural History, is chairing
the dean search committee for the
The other committee members are
David Carlson, Larry Danker, Joe
Hice, MAJC 1976, external
representative Frank Karel,
Juan-Carlos Molleda, doctoral
student Paula Rausch, Churchill
Roberts, Marilyn Roberts, and
external representative Dave Wilson.
Faculty publications, papers
show diversity, national impact
Mass Communication and Society will publish
"Passing It On: The Reinforcement
of Male Hegemony in Sports
Journalism Textbooks," by Marie
Hardin, Julie Dodd and
Kimberly Lauffer, Ph.D. 2000, in
its fall issue.
Juan-Carlos Molleda co-
authored "Building a Theoretical
Model of Media Relations Using
Subsidies and Agenda-building"
in Public Relations Theory II,
which recently won the PRIDE
public relations book of the year
at the National Communication
Association conference in San
Antonio. The book is edited by
Carl Botan of George Mason
University and Vincent
Molleda Hazleton of Radford University.
IDEA: The Intellectual
Property Law Review will
publish "The Broadcast Flag:
Compatible with Copyright Law
and Incompatible with Digital
Media Consumers," by Justin
Brown and Drew Bagley,
The Urban Lawyer, Volume
39, Number 1, recently accepted
Bill Chamberlin and master's
Brown student Christina Locke's "Safe
from Sex Offenders?
Legislating Internet Publication
of Sex Offender Registries."
Don Wright, Boston
University and Michelle
Hinson presented "Web Blogs
and Employee Communication:
Ethical Questions for Corporate
Public Relations," at the PRSA
International Conference in Salt
Lake City in November.
Martinez presents in Colombia
Belio Martinez presented "Emerging Cultural
Paradigm in Public Relations Strategies for Social
Change" at the 1st International Congress on Strategic
Communication for Social Change in Medellin,
Colombia, in October.
The gathering was a convergence of
communicators, scholars and professionals who
shared their experiences with the theoretical and
practical use of strategic communication as a vehicle
for social development.
Belio Martinez speaks at the 1st International Congress on
Strategic Communication for Social Change in Medellin,
Brown addresses access, Robinson,
Dodd educate educators
The Social Science Research
Council recently invited Justin
Brown, a member of the Benton
Foundation's working group on
broadband universal service, to
participate in a roundtable on
Universal Access. The event will
lead into the National Media
Reform Conference in January.
Judy Robinson and Julie Dodd
spoke at the Journalism Education Robinson
Association convention in Nashville in November.
Robinson conducted a hands-on podcasting session
and Dodd led a roundtable of scholastic press
association directors discussing scholastic journalism,
including No Child Left Behind, prior review and
technology implications for high school media.
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WUFT receives grant
The Corporation for Public
Broadcasting will award WUFT the
second-year Ready to Lead in Literacy
grant to help support its local early
Hon moves into
Linda Hon and Olivia Jeffries
recently moved to Weimer 2092 and its
When selected, the director of
development will set up shop at 2108.
Sonja Moreno has moved to the space
outside that office.
Also, the College mailroom is now
located in G048. G020 will serve as an
ON THE RADIO
WUFT-FM broadcast a 90-minute
documentary, "The Long Road: From
Poverty to Prosperity," last week.
WUFT-FM news reporter Claudia
Hickey hosted this "Sound Rich"
program, which focused on poverty in
She and Bill Beckett produced the
program. Donna Green-Townsend
served as executive editor.
John Wright, Sandra Chance and Provost
Jane Fouke at a recent UF celebration
honoring faculty members promoted to full
Students place fifth, 12th in round one
Photojournalism students Jarrett Baker and Tricia Coyne placed fifth and
12t, respectively, in the annual Hearst competition's first round.
Baker receives $600 with a match to the Department of Journalism.
Jarrett Baker submitted this photo among his entries to the Hearst competition.
Students from the
The inaugural issue of the Florida
Entertainment Law Review recently
published MAMC/JD student
Amanda Groover Hyland's "Bullie
Bloggers: Why Bloggers are More
Susceptible to Libel Threats."
She will serve as editor-in-chief of
Volume 2, Issue 2, in the fall.
Marc J. Randazza, MAMC 2003,
serves as a professional advisor for
PhD/JD students Anne Barclay
and Jasmine McNealy served as
executive research editors, along
with MAMC/JD student Heather
French. MAMC/JD student
Kimberly Lopez is a general board
The American Academy of
Advertising recently accepted
"Physiological Measure of Emotion
and Cognition in Advertising and
Marketing Communications" by
Joel Geske of
Iowa State a id
Paul Bolls of
for its 2007
Marilyn Fregly, professor
emerita of public relations, died Oct.
There will be a memorial service
Dec. 16 at 3 p.m. at the Quaker
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Dec. 12: Holiday Party
Dec. 11-15: Exams
Dec. 16: Commencement
Dec. 25: Holiday
Jan. 1: Holiday
Jan. 5: Registration
Jan. 8: Classes begin
Jan. 8: BCS National Championship
Jan. 8-12: Drop/Add
Jan. 15: Martin Luther King Jr
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