Monthly Archives: October 2013

Prepare to write news release for Study Abroad 2014 with interview in #JOU3109 lecture, Oct. 31

You’ll be writing a news release for a client for Lab 12. Dr. Michael Weigold is our client, and he will be in lecture Thursday, Oct. 31, to tell us about the news release he wants you to write for … Continue reading

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Practice live tweeting and know how to prepare your porfolio for #JOU3109 portfolio interview extra-credit opportunity

Tuesday’s lecture will help you get ready for two upcoming labs. Lab 11 – For Lab 11, your role is being a public relations intern for the UF College of Medicine. You are to provide social media coverage for the … Continue reading

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Karen Dooley explains role of public relations within organizations & steps in planning events — and offers tips for #JOU3109 Lab 11

We’ll continue our discussion of public relations in lecture Thursday, Oct. 24, with special guest speaker Karen Dooley. Dooley is the director of the College of Medicine’s Development and Alumni Communications and also is a Multimedia Writing lab instructor. She … Continue reading

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#JOU3109 guest speaker Kathryn Stolarz discusses collaboration of JOU and PR, offers interviewing advice; Boo at Zoo extra credit due

Kathryn Stolarz (@kstolarzwrites) will be our a guest in class on Oct. 22 to talk about interviewing for jobs and the working relationship between reporters and public relations professionals. Kathryn is senior reporter at The Villages Daily Sun and will … Continue reading

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Panel offers useful advice for #JOU3109 students; more tips for reporting and publishing in Oct. 15 lecture

Thanks to the panel for sharing advice on getting published, applying for internships and making the most of your student time at UF. Thanks to you for being an attentive group. The panel said they appreciated you being good listeners … Continue reading

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