Vol. 40, No. 4 College of Journalism and Communications
Dec. 10, 2007
Tim Hussin took a photo of Amber Bolan, 4, eating a snow cone at the Micanopy Fall
College leads Hearst photo contest
The College leads the country in the photojournalism category of the
This is the result of two photojournalism seniors placing in the first round
of the contest. Tim Hussin won second place and $1,500, and Jeremiah
Wilson won seventh place and $500.
Hussin will continue as one of 12 semifinalists with a chance at the
shoot-out in San Francisco in June.
The students submitted photographs they had shot for internships, the
Independent Florida Alligator and course assignments.
John Freeman selected their entries after consulting with faculty
members, newspaper photo directors and former Hearst winners.
The College is now preparing for the second round of the Hearst
FEEDING THE MIND
holds second lunch
The Research Division will host
its second monthly "Pizza with a
Research Topping" Dec. 13. The
topic will be "Useful Tips on
Research Project Execution and
Manuscript Preparation." Lynda
Kaid, Linda Hon, Spiro Kiousis
and Juan-Carlos Molleda will
share their research experiences in
Weimer 3032 from 11:45 a.m. to
Allison Myers, JM 2007,
recently joined the College as a
program assistant in the
development office. She previously
worked in the University's Office of
Human Resource Services.
people for pre-press
The Copy Workshop recently
published Elaine Wagner's From File
to Finish. Wagner co-wrote the book
with Amy Desiderio, ADV 1998.
Claudia Katz, MAMC 2004, took the
photos. The book explains what
pre-press managers and press operators
need to print ads.
wrote "The Future of
the News Business,"
tion of America's Web
McAdams served on a panel on "The
Changing Media Landscape" at the
2007 Columbia Journalism
Dialogues, sponsored by the Hearst
Foundation, in November.
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The Florida FlyIns class held its Andros Island Bahamas exhibit Tuesday at the
Reitz Union Gallery. The group included (bottom) Dominick Tao, Tim Hussin, Alex
Tiegen, Jeremiah Wilson, Marvin Halelamien and (top) Jessica McHugh, Colleen
Pitrone, Kristin Nichols, John Kaplan, Carly Fain, Hedda Proschaska, Nissa
Benjamin and Jessica Fisch.
win educator awards
Educator of the
Year Award for
the College. Freeman
of Freeman, the
that the "Berlin
program is a
stellar example of
how a faculty Weigold
increased student awareness of
international issues and involved
them in study and research (in this
case creative) activities abroad."
In its recommendation of
Weigold, the College noted that his
"leadership and vision for our Study
Abroad program embody the
essence of the criteria listed for this
Dec. 8-14: Exams
Dec. 15: Commencement
Dec. 17: Grades due
Dec. 24-25: Holiday
Dec. 24-Jan. 1: Building closed
Jan. 1: Holiday
Jan. 4: Spring registration
Jan. 7: Spring classes begin
Jan. 21: Martin Luther King Jr.
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