July 28, 2008
ESPN reporter Erin Andrews, TEL 2000, taped a segment for the sports network's
national contest "TitleTown USA" earlier this month outside the stadium. (Photo
by Carlos Baez)
win AEJMC awards
Betty Cortina's Magazine
Management class won first place in
AEJMC's team magazine start-up
category for its
produced in Ted
Magazine class, Spiker
won third place for general
excellence in a single issue of an
ongoing student magazine.
Vincent Massaro, JM 2008, won
honorable mention for "Dumpster
Diving," which he wrote in Spiker's
Finding Your Voice class.
CNN recently picked up an article
by journalism senior Jessie Coleman,
who writes for The Independent
Florida Alligator. UWIRE brought
"Study: Medical students show racial
bias" to CNN.com.
Once again, the College has the
largest number of refereed paper
presentations at the AEJMC
Conference this year.
The College faculty members and
graduate students are presenting 36
papers at the conference in Chicago
The University of North Carolina -
Chapel Hill is second with 32 papers.
of Journalism and Communications
journalists in Ho
Chi Minh City
and Hanoi last
month on behalf McAdams
of the U.S.
Department of State.
In each city, 30 students completed
the five-day course.
McAdams taught the participants to
shoot and edit video, produce audio and
slideshows, set up and maintain blogs
and use social networking tools.
Blog features Sorel's
tary, "The Geno-
Sutherland in Quarterly
The spring issue of Journalism and
Mass Communication Quarterly
features "Is Beauty
a Joy Forever?
Varying Types of
Models," by Robyn
Goodman, Jon D. Morris, and John
NOT TAKEN FOR GRANTED
receive $3K grant
Doctoral student Sangwon Lee and
received a $3,000
research grant from
the NET Institute
for their research
project, which is
based on Lee's
dissertation, "A Brown
of Ubiquitous Broadband Deployment:
Examination of Adoption Factors."
Sandra Chance's mother Marilyn
Ferguson died July 14 at St. Mary's
Medical Center in Knoxville, TN.
Ferguson was active in the ministry
of Plymouth Congregation Church in
Coconut Grove. She was 84.
She is survived by daughters
Sandra Chance, Carol Barrett and
Robin Prowell; 13 grandchildren, and
Aug. 8: Summer B & C classes end
Aug. 11-22: Summer Break
Aug. 25: Fall classes begin
Sept. 1: Labor Day
Sept. 14: Division of Graduate
Studies and GSMC hosting Fall
Picnic, Cypress Lodge, North
Shore Lake Wauburg, 12-5
Oct. 2-3: Benefits Fair
Oct. 9-10: Advertising Advisory
Oct. 14-15: Telecommunication
Oct. 15: Journalism Advisory
Oct. 15-16: Public Relations
Oct. 20-15: National Public Radio's
StoryCorps Mobile Recording
booth, Oct. 20-Nov. 15 at the UF
Oct. 24-25: Homecoming Parade
and game against Kentucky
Oct. 28-Nov 9: WUFT-WJUF-FM
Public Radio Fall Membership
Nov. 2: Daylight Savings Time ends
Nov. 11: Veterans Day
Nov. 27-28: Thanksgiving
Dec. 9: The Florida FlyIn Exhibition,
Reitz Union Gallery, 2nd floor
JWRU, 7:00 p.m.
Dec. 9: WUFT-TV/DT 50th
Dec. 10: Classes End
Dec. 20: Commencement, 2:00 p.m.
Dec. 22: Grades Due
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