Summer Ethics Fellowship in Journalism

FASPE JournalismFASPE Journalism (Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics in Journalism) is a fully-funded two-week summer program that uses the conduct of journalists in Nazi Germany as a launching point for an intensive study of contemporary journalism ethics. FASPE Journalism is predicated upon the power of place. Fellows visit Auschwitz and other sites in Germany and Poland where they consider how to apply the lessons of history to journalism’s ethical challenges.

In 2018, the program will take place from Monday, May 21 to Friday, June 1. (Fellows are expected to arrive in Europe by Sunday, May 20.) All program costs are covered, including round-trip travel from New York to Europe, European travel, lodging, and food. FASPE Journalism Fellows travel and share some seminars with Fellows in the FASPE Business and Law programs.

FASPE Journalism is open to current graduate students and working journalists who received an undergraduate degree between May 2013 and May 2017 or any graduate degree between May 2016 and January 2018.

Complete applications are due by Thursday, January 4, 2018.

To learn more about FASPE and to apply, please visit: http://www.faspe-ethics.org.

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Meet Donn R. Colee Jr., Author of a new book on Florida Broadcasting

image003From the CJC’s own April Hines:

“Just wanted to let you know that we have a speaker coming to Library East room 100 this Thursday (November 9th) at 3pm. Donn Colee will speak about his book Towers in the Sand: The History of Florida Broadcasting. I thought this event would be of special interest to all of you. Hope to see some of you there!”

For more information, click here.

UF Grads win Top Research Award at PRSA

Second-year Ph.D. students Katy Robinson and Patrick Thelen won the Betsy Plank Research Award this past weekend at the annual Public Relations Society of America conference in Boston, MA. Their paper involved in-depth interviews with industry professionals regarding the moral and ethical perceptions of corporate monitoring of employees’ personal social media activity.

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Follow the CJC Media Effects Lab on Facebook

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19095447_683634265179796_68283958234347366_oFollow the UF Media Effects & Technology Lab on Facebook to stay up to date on the exciting research being conducted by faculty members Dr. Sri Kalyanaraman, Dr. Yu-Hao Lee, and Dr. Frank Waddell, post-doctoral researcher Dr. Shiva Hala, Ph.D. students Daniel Pimentel (3rd-year), Dave Mclean (2nd-year), and Minji Kim (1st-year), and undergraduate researcher Jamie Westfall.

For more information about the Media Effects & Technology Lab, click here.

Join the Grad Division at the CJC Career Day Mixer

image002Following the College of Journalism and Communications’ annual Career Day, to be held on October 25, all CJC graduate students are invited and encouraged to attend a special mixer with the participating employers. Taking place from 5pm – 7pm in Reitz Union Room 2335, the mixer will offer students an opportunity to sit down and talk one-on-one with professionals across multiple industries and discuss opportunities for jobs, internships, and more!

Ph.D. student Steve Waters featured in Journalism Research News

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3rd-Year Ph.D. student Steve Waters was highlighted in Journalism Research News for his article, “The Effects of Mass Surveillance on Journalists’ Relations With Confidential Sources” which was recently published in Digital Journalism. Waters’ study interviewed national security journalists to better understand the measures they take to ensure privacy from real or perceived government surveillance.