Monash University students, graduates and staff have stamped their authority on Australian journalism to claim three Quill awards and three high commendations in the coveted 2016 Melbourne Press Club awards.
Monash University alumna Amy Foyster has a challenging workplace role, drawing on various skills she … Continue reading Amy combines digital skills with project management
Monash journalism graduate Phillipa Rust manages placements of intern candidates in more than 20 career … Continue reading Phillipa manages placements of international students
Researchers Sally Young and Fay Anderson pose the question: will changes in technology spell the end of traditional press photography?
Monash University journalism graduates have shown their expertise and leadership in media companies in Australia and worldwide.
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 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 University’s Jenan Taylor has won the Melbourne Press Club’s 2014 Student Journalist of the Year for her investigative story, A Quiet Farewell.
Monash journalism graduate Jonno Nash has made the transition from one of the best print and … Continue reading Jonno’s journey to the TV newsroom
MONASH University Master of Journalism students, Jenan Taylor and Tiffany Korssen, have been named finalists … Continue reading Masters journalism students named Quill finalists