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Publication Date: September 14, 2009
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of Journalism and Communications


STUDENT SUCCESS


Amanda Niklaus, PR 2009, Tracy Shank, JM 2009, John Wright, and Natalie
Bachman, TEL 2009, participate in UF's summer commencement.

Three grads honored as UF scholars
During the 2009 summer commencement ceremony, three UF
students received Outstanding Scholar awards from the Alumni
Association: Natalie Bachman, TEL 2009, Amanda Niklaus, PR
2009, and Tracy Shank, JM 2009.
The College graduated 138 students during the summer
commencement.


SPEAK EASY
Dodd teaches TAs
Julie Dodd
recently
discussed
"Your
Syllabus and
the First Week
of Class" at an
orientation for
UF's 350
new teaching Dodd
assistants.
Dodd was one of three university
faculty invited to present.


LEGAL EAGLE
Recent grad
lands at Harvard
Adrianna
Rodriguez,
JM 2007,
MAMC
2009, has
enrolled
this fall
semester at
Harvard
Law Rodriguez
School.


Sept. 14, 2009


PAPER TRAIL
Brazilian publication
quotes Kaplan, Molleda,
Rodgers presents, Kiousis
publishes two papers
A Brazilian
publication, Jornal
TRI, quoted John
Kaplan and Juan
Carlos Molleda in
"Planet Journalism," .
an article about the
importance of
university degrees in
practicing and Kaplan
teaching
journalism. Jornal
TRI is published by
the University Feevale
in Southern Brazil, a
partner of the College.
Ron Rodgers will
present "The Roots
of Enmity: Public
Relations and the Molleda
Disintermediation of the Press" to the
29th American Journalism Historians
Association Annual Conference next
month in Birmingham, Ala.
Journalism & Mass Communication
Quarterly accepted "Competing for
Attention: Information Subsidy Influence
in Agenda-Building during Election
Campaigns," by Spiro Kiousis, Soo-Yeon
Kim, Michael McDevitt of the University
of Colorado and Ally Ostrowski, a UC
graduate student.
The Journal of Communication
accepted "Comparing Media Effects
Across Different Media Channels and
Media Types," by Kiousis and Jesper
Str6mblck of Mid Sweden University.





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TROPHY CASE














Journalism students Sarah Henderson and April Dudash join Mark Leeps and
telecommunication students Patrick Fleming and Miles Doran at the SPJ
awards luncheon.

SPJ names UF Campus Chapter of the Year
The Society of Professional Journalists recently named its UF Chapter
the Outstanding Campus Chapter of the Year. Chapter President April
Dudash accepted the award at the SPJ National Conference and
Journalism Convention in Indianapolis.
At the same event, telecommunication student Patrick Fleming
accepted the Television Newscast Award on behalf of WUFT-TV, and
telecommunication student Miles Doran and Fleming received the
Television Breaking News Reporting Award for "Tropical Storm Fay."
The College has won 32 national first-place SPJ awards.


Sandra Chance, right, visits Marion Brechner
in Orlando to discuss the College's freedom of
information programs.
MAZEL TOV


PICTURE PERFECT
N I "" "'W "


Journalism seniors Lauren Langston and Kelly McLarnon pose in front of the
photographs they took in Europe. (Photo by John Freeman)
Students exhibit Berlin photos
Journalism seniors Lauren Langston and Kelly McLarnon recently
showed their photographs from John Freeman's Berlin course and
European travels at the Christian Study Center of Gainesville.


Cynthia Morton holds her baby boy, Michael
Bryce Padovano.
Choi, Morton
have baby boys
Youjin Choi recently gave birth to a
7.48-pound boy, Evan.
Cynthia Morton and her husband
Robert recently adopted their first child,
Michael Bryce Padovano.





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BOOK 'EM


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the open line is published monthly.
It can be accessed on the Web at
www.j ou.ufl.edu/pubs/openline/.
Boaz Dvir serves as editor, and
Olivia Jeffries coordinates production.
Please send all news items to
bdvir@jou.ufl.edu.


John Freeman showcases "Berlin 2009."
Freeman publishes 'Berlin 2009'
John Freeman designed, edited and self-published "Berlin 2009,"
which features photographs taken by his 15 Berlin course students in May.


CALENDAR
Sept. 14- Oct. 9: Benefits open
enrollment
Sept. 20: Division of Graduate
Studies and GSMCA Fall
Picnic, Cypress Lodge, N. Shore
Lake Wauburg (12:00-4:00 p.m.)
Sept. 25: Benefits Fair, Touchdown
Terrace 9-4
Oct. 3: CLAST
Oct. 8-9: Advertising Advisory
Council
Oct. 10: College Activity Day
Oct. 16: Homecoming Parade,
Holiday
Oct. 19-20: Telecommunication
Advisory Council
Oct. 22: Knight Division Job and
Internship Fair, Emerson Hall 9-5
Oct. 22-23: Journalism Advisory
Council


Nov. 1: Daylight Savings Time
Ends
Nov. 1: Undergraduate
Scholarship applications
available for 2010-2011
Nov. 11: Veterans Day Holiday
Nov. 19-20: Public Relations
Advisory Council
Nov. 26-27: Thanksgiving
Holiday
Dec. 9: Classes end
Dec. 19: Commencement, 2:00 pm
Dec. 21: Grades due
Dec. 25: Christmas Holiday
Dec. 25-Jan.1: Building closed
Jan. 1: New Year's Day Holiday
Jan. 5: Classes Begin
Jan. 11: Drop/Add ends


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