Monash journalism students have produced historically significant work in News Corp publications to mark the centenary of the Great War and the contribution of Australian soldiers.
Monash journalism graduates are scoring key roles and winning awards at News Corp publications, particularly the largest newspaper in the country, the Herald Sun.
Journalism lecturer Dr Deb Anderson has published a fascinating collection of oral histories in her book, Endurance: Australian Stories of Drought.
Monash University’s Jenan Taylor has won the Melbourne Press Club’s 2014 Student Journalist of the Year for her investigative story, A Quiet Farewell.
Adrian Martin, an Adjunct Associate Professor in Film and Screen Studies at Monash University, launched his book, Mise en Scène and Film Style: From Classical Hollywood to New Media Art, on February 26.
Monash University’s Master of Journalism students Luke Mortimer and Uma Muthia are recipients of the prestigious 2015 CEW Bean Prize.
The School of Media, Film and Journalism offers Honours degrees in Journalism, Film and Screen Studies, and Communications and Media Studies.
Monash University journalism graduate Aaron Pereira has secured a full-time job at Cricket Australia, working as its media coordinator.
December 11th will see the launch of a new major exhibition on 150 years of ‘Bohemian Melbourne’ at the State Library of Victoria. (Photo by Liz Ham of Vali Myers in her studio in the Nicholas Building, 1997, State Library of Victoria)
Former and current Monash journalism students are kicking goals in newsrooms across Australia.