The exciting new unit, Global Journalism: Hong Kong field school, enables students to travel to the Asian media capital to explore why this world city is the big draw for news companies from around the globe.
Colleen Murrell, a senior lecturer in the journalism department at Monash University, spent part of January and February this year interviewing media editors in Sydney, London and Paris about the coverage of terrorism. At the end of her hour-long audio interviews, she filmed some short answers to questions such as – ‘what skills or characteristics do you look for in student journalists?’ Check out these responses from editors at publications such as The Times, the ABC, Le Monde, and The Huffington Post.
Associate Professor Nathalie Nguyen, Director of the Monash National Centre for Australian Studies, had her book … Continue reading Nathalie Nguyen’s ‘South Vietnamese Soldiers’ launched at ADFA
Master of Environment and Sustainability graduate Kizzy Tahnin is now Culture Programme Officer at UNESCO Bangladesh. … Continue reading Culture in sustainable development with alumna Kizzy Tahnin
Dr Kirsten McLean received a Vice Chancellor’s Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning in 2016 … Continue reading Let’s talk about sex: inclusion in the classroom and beyond with Dr Kirsten McLean
Ian J. McNiven, Monash University Last month, Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull visited the Gunditjmara community … Continue reading The detective work behind the Budj Bim eel traps World Heritage bid
Maryrose Casey, Monash University “Yellamundie” is a Darug word for storyteller, and the name of … Continue reading Joyous, comic and grim: the best new Indigenous playwrights
Michael Kho Lim is a recipient of the Monash Graduate Scholarship and the Faculty of … Continue reading Understanding Filipino film distribution: a PhD journey with Monash-Warwick PhD candidate Michael Kho Lim
Arts/Science graduate Grace Orange interned with Indonesian NGO Yayasan Usaha Mulia as part of her … Continue reading “I was hooked”: a conversation with Monash Arts alumna Grace Orange
Anthony Galloway has been a journalist since 2011. After graduating from Monash University, he moved to regional Queensland where he spent a number of years working at the Townsville Bulletin. In 2015, he made the move to the Herald Sun and is now a State Political Reporter at the paper.
Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music alumnus Hue Blanes won the sixth PBS Young Elder of … Continue reading Music Alumnus Hue Blanes: Winner of the PBS Young Elder of Jazz Commission
More than 118,000 peacekeepers – military, police and civilian – currently serve in 16 UN … Continue reading Women as leaders and peacekeepers: Dr Lesley Pruitt
Would you employ a dog if you thought it was suited to the job? Imagine … Continue reading A matter of inclusion: Dr Matthew Piscioneri receives award for teaching innovation
At a time when Australian pop, rock, country and hip hop acts are finding new … Continue reading Music Industry Survey: Investigating the Value of Music Exports
Interview with Monash academic Associate Professor Tony Moore “A recognition of the distinctness of cultural … Continue reading Tin sheds to global empires: looking at Mambo and what’s changed
Associate Professor Nathalie Nguyen, Deputy Director of the National Centre for Australian Studies, won recognition … Continue reading Assoc Prof Nathalie Nguyen wins archivist Mander Jones Award
Last month Monash hosted an interdisciplinary conference “the Monash International Conference and Cultural Event (ICCE) of Aceh 2016” (26-28 September) and a series of Aceh-related events at the Caulfield and Clayton campuses.
Members of the Monash Gender and Family Violence: New Frameworks in Prevention Research Focus Program … Continue reading Monash researchers contribute to South Australian domestic violence consultation
Monash University’s journalism department celebrated the outstanding work of students at the inaugural Mojo Awards at Bobby McGee’s … Continue reading Mojo Awards a stunning success at Bobby McGee’s
SDSN Youth is one of the leading global networks in sustainable development. Launched in … Continue reading Monash students from SDSN Youth at United Nations General Assembly
The Monash Art Ensemble has been awarded two significant grants by the Australia-Japan Foundation (AJF) … Continue reading Grants to help promote contemporary Australian jazz in Japan
Monash Indigenous Centre Associate Professor Bruno David, Professor Ian McNiven and Professor Lynette Russell are contributing … Continue reading MIC researchers contribute to new Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence
Monash Art’s Associate Professor Paul Strangio will be giving a lecture in Canberra this week as … Continue reading Paul Strangio at the Australian Senate Occasional Lecture Series
Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism has recently celebrated the launch of two exciting new titles in film and screen studies: Dr Janice Loreck’s Violent Women in Contemporary Cinema and Dr Whitney Monaghan’s Queer Girls, Temporality and Screen Media: Not ‘Just a Phase’.
Professor Sharon Pickering, was honoured on Tuesday night to present the annual Fay Gale Lecture, hosted … Continue reading Professor Sharon Pickering presents Fay Gale Lecture