Monash University’s journalism and multimedia students have joined forces with The Australian editorial team to produce a digital interactive, Troops in Terror Zone.
Monash University Masters journalism graduate, Kim Nguyen, celebrates the premiere of his film, Trees Falling in the Forest, on Wednesday, July 30.
Welcome to former ABC journalist Nick Parkin, who has joined our team full-time in the School of Media, Film and Journalism to teach video.
Welcome to Journalism senior lecturer Nasya Bahfen, who has joined our team this semester.
Monash University’s journalism graduate Holly Humphreys has won the 2014 Walkley Student Journalist of the Year. Holly, a Masters of Journalism graduate, was recognised for her outstanding story Call for better life for dairy’s rejects, which was published in The Sunday Age.
Two Monash University journalism graduates are finalists in the prestigious Walkley Young Australian Journalist of the Year Award. The award recognises excellence by young Australian journalists.
The new School of Media, Film and Journalism (MFJ) was formally launched on May 14 alongside the launch of Associate Professor Phil Chubb’s new book Power Failure.
An examination of the problems of media reportage in war zones is just one of the projects that earned Monash University’s Communications and Media Studies department Australia’s highest international ranking.
Monash University’s Associate Professor Kevin Foster has published a new book, Don’t Mention the War: The Australian Defence Force, the Media and the Afghan Conflict. He will discuss his new book at the Matheson’s 50th Anniversary celebrations on May 20 at Clayton campus.
Inviting stakeholders to engage in dialogue on a curriculum for global engagement and
organizational social responsibility in higher education (HE) is a challenge, especially when one crosses disciplinary and institutional boundaries.