Monash academic and media presenter Waleed Aly officially launched the Monash Media Lab on Thursday, April 7, before the Monash community and special guests.
A state-of-the-art media lab will be officially launched at Monash University’s Caulfield campus on April 7. Waleed Aly, well-known journalist and Monash University academic, will launch the lab, which is part of the Faculty of Arts’ School of Media, Film and Journalism.
Three Monash journalism students have been named successful recipients of the 2016 Herb Thomas Memorial Trust Award.
Monash journalism alumna Annika Smethurst has won two 2015 Victorian Quill Awards for her outstanding work on the “Choppergate” scandal.
Monash student Jack Paynter is among an impressive list of journalists who are finalists in the 2015 Victorian Quill Awards, including Ashley Argoon (pictured left), Annika Smethurst, Therese Allaoui, Brendan Casey and Danny Tran.
Master of Journalism graduate Shona McPherson has a fantastic job as the media officer of the Australian Dairy Farmers. Shona is passionate about promoting and protecting the dairy farmers’ industry.
Journalism graduate James Wong is keen to live a life in the fast lane. James’s dream job is working on a show like Top Gear because of his great love of cars.
A new multi-million dollar media centre is now available to Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism students for semester 1, 2016.
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.
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.
MFJ staff Associate Professor Deane Williams and senior lecturer Bill Birnbauer have been recognised for their outstanding achievements in the Vice-Chancellor’s Education and Research Awards.
For those seeking a career in political and international journalism, the Master of Journalism with Warwick University is both an entry-level qualification and a mid-career course for working journalists seeking to extend their expertise.
Monash University PhD candidate Tom Doig has been awarded the joint winner of the inaugural Oral History Victoria Education Innovation Award for his book, The Coal Face.
Change and innovation are sweeping through newsrooms around the globe. In this unit, students will travel to the heart of the world’s media industry to observe how industrial crisis and creative responses are transforming news organisations, journalists and audiences in the American context.
Monash University journalism students will have the opportunity to travel to Cambodia, India and Nepal next year to gain real and practical experience reporting on community development issues.
Monash University lecturer in Communication and Media Studies, Dr Jinna Tay, launched her co-edited book, Television Histories in Asia, at Monash’s Caulfield campus on September 17.
Dr John Tebbutt is passionate about teaching and researching, and been lecturing in Communications and Media Studies at Monash for the 18 months.
Dr Deb Anderson does research in rural places, wild places – asking people to share their oral history, often over several years.
When Nicky Winmar lifted his guernsey and pointed to his skin at Victoria Park in 1993, he declared to the hostile crowd that he was black and proud. Molly Stapleton reports.
Monash journalism student Aleczander Gamboa’s dream job is becoming an editor in chief of a fashion and lifestyle magazine. Read Aleczander’s profile here.
Masters journalism and sustainability student, Janene Trickey, has established an online store, Evolution Emptor, which offers a lifestyle collection for conscious consumers.
Pulliam Journalism Fellow and Monash journalism graduate Alana Mitchelson has enjoyed success at the Indy Star newspaper in the United States, producing many lead news stories.
Monash University’s Associate Professor Shane Homan will work with Professors Richard Vella and Stephen Chen at Newcastle University to examine the economic and cultural value of Australian music exports.
Jodie Wood, the manager of the School of Media, Film and Journalism, has been working at Monash for 26 years. She is passionate about Monash and helping make a difference to students and staff.
Journalism staff and students engaged with secondary school students and their parents during Monash’s Open Day at Clayton and Caulfield campuses on Sunday, August 2.
Monash University senior lecturer Dr Tony Moore has contributed to the first issue of the Melbourne Dura, a unique print magazine that presents historical “Melbourne tales of intrigue and wonder”.
A group of Monash Film and Screen Studies postgraduates have been especially busy over the past few months, having organised what looks to be an outstanding national conference.
Monash University journalism alumnae Alana Mitchelson and Naomi Selvaratnam have been named finalists in the Young Walkley Awards to be held in Sydney on July 29.
Dani Rothwell has won the Herb Thomas Memorial Trust award as the most outstanding journalism student in the Bachelor of Professional Communication degree at Monash University.
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.