Monash journalism alumna Fenella Wagener has maintained her promising singing career while working as a producer for Channel Nine’s Today Show.
Monash University’s Associate Professor Deane Williams, an expert in film and screen studies, will celebrate the launch of his new book, The Cinema of Sean Penn: In and Out of Place at Readings, Acland St, St Kilda on February 25 at 6pm.
Masters students have benefitted from a life-changing experience when they participated in a new Monash overseas program, Journalism Futures: New York Field School.
To celebrate Australia’s rich history in tennis, Monash University has collaborated with The Australian newspaper and Tennis Australia to produce historical digital interactives of the Australian Open tennis tournament.
Applications are now open for Monash School of Journalism’s new international unit, which will run in 2016 and 2017.
Documentary drama Death or Liberty will have its Australian television premier this month on ABC TV.
Monash journalism’s Masters graduate Tiffany Korssen has secured a News Corp traineeship after a competitive selection process.
Monash University’s journalism and multimedia students have been highly commended in the Ossie Awards for their historical digital interactive, Saints’ long road to heaven.
Monash journalism graduate Annika Smethurst has won the 2015 Walkley Award for All Media Scoop of the Year for her investigation of the Chopper scandal.
Monash University’s School of Journalism is proud to announce the creation of a new international journalism unit in 2016 and 2017, in partnership with Engineers Without Borders and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.