Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Okla. State Univ.-Tulsa Prof Named '07 Headliner Award Winner

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Okla. State Univ.-Tulsa Prof Named '07 Headliner Award Winner

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Jami Fullerton, Oklahoma State University-Tulsa associate professor of journalism and broadcasting, has been named the Headliner Award winner for 2007 by the Association for Women in Communications.

The Headliner Award recognizes a member of the Association for Women in Communications for national accomplishments and communications excellence. Fullerton will be presented the award at the Headliner Awards Luncheon on Oct. 6 in Orlando, Fla.

"Dr. Fullerton is an excellent professor who is being recognized nationally for her research efforts and contributions to the communication industry," said OSU-Tulsa President Gary Trennepohl. "Her honor is well-deserved and reflects the quality instruction that can be found at OSU-Tulsa."

Fullerton is co-author of a book about an anti-terrorism advertising campaign, Advertising's War on Terrorism: The Story of the U.S. Department's Shared Values Initiative.

The book cites internal documents and research to assert that the advertising campaign was successful in fostering more positive attitudes toward America in the Middle East and elsewhere, although the campaign was canceled after less than two months. …

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