Scott M. Litvack


E-Mail scotlit@ufl.edu

Education:

University of Florida
Master of Arts in Mass Communication, expected May 2000.
Concentration in Documentary Production

Binghamton University, State University of New York
Bachelor of Arts in Literature/Rhetoric and Political Science, May 1997.

Communication Work Experience:

Documentary Institute, University of Florida
Research and Production Assistant, January 1999-present
Conducted research for upcoming civil rights documentary "You Can Kill the Prophet." Researched briefs on the racial policies of Florida's governors. Obtained sound effects and organized sound effects library. Served as a production assistant in re-enactments.

Communication Research Center, University of Florida
Associate Writer, June 1999-August 1999.
Wrote and edited portions of research report, "Community Context Studies."

Florida Public Broadcast Service
Research Assistant, July 1999.
Located and evaluated photographic and art images for upcoming documentary "Struggle for Paradise: 500 Years in Florida."

WUFT-FM, WRUF-AM, (Gainesville, FL)
Reporter, September- December 1998
Wrote news stories for daily radio programs with a deadline.

WLUF-LP (Television), (Gainesville, FL)
Master Control Operator and Producer, July 1998-April 1999.
Researched and conducted pre-interviews of guests for Inside-UF interview program.

Pipe Dream student newspaper, (Binghamton, NY)
Staff writer, September 1994-May 1995.
Wrote news stories for a twice-weekly student newspaper with a circulation over 10,000.

Other Work Experience:

Registrars Office, University of Florida
Student Assistant, September 1998-May 1999

Residential Life, Binghamton University
Resident Assistant, August 1996-May 1997

Science Library, Binghamton University
Staff Assistant, January-May 1996

Honors:

Binghamton University Dean's List 1996, 1997.
Distinguished Service Award, Dickinson Council, 1997.

Activities:

Dickinson Community Council, Chairperson of Elections Committee, 1995-6
Harpur College of Arts and Sciences Council, student representative, 1994

Skills:

Proficient with PC applications such as Microsoft Windows 95, MS Works, MS Word 97
MS Excel, PowerPoint, and Internet Applications.

References Available Upon Request


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