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Monash Climate Change Communication Research Hub's new project manager Remy Shergill talks about her role coordinating the work of climate scientists, mass media and science communicators; her love of footy and her favourite part of the world.
The School of Media, Film and Journalism welcomes Robbie Fordyce. Here he tells about his first job, his worst job and his current research interests.
The School of Media, Film and Journalism welcomes Verity Trott. Here she talks about digital media, the best advice she's ever received and her love of home cooked meals.
The term 'creative economy' has become a key word in developing regions across Asia. Xin Gu argues that this will allow Indonesia to link with global markets, through which an
Monash journalism students are set to benefit from a national collaboration to tell important stories through the new website, The Junction.
Journalism students are urged to attend the Melbourne Press Club event, Data, Encryption and the Law. The Edit is with Minter Ellison’s Veronica Scott and Electronic Frontiers Australia’s Justin Warren.
Open to students and early career journalists for Monday, February 25 from 6.30pm to 8pm at The Imperial Hotel's Parliament Room, 2-8 Bourke St, Melbourne. To book, visit www.melbournepressclub.com
The conditions are harsh, but the women of Chitre brave the elements to keep food on the table, keep their village running, and bring in income. Ruby Muller spent time with some the hardworking women of the remote village, as part of a trip through Monash and
Engineers Without Borders Australia
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More than 1000 young Nepalese people are leaving the country every day for better education and employment opportunities. But one farmer is fighting back, establishing a dairy farm that is already supporting 17 locals. Hope Wilson reports from Nepal, where she travelled as part of a Monash/ Engineers Without Borders study tour.
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Cooking over an open fire in a poorly ventilated room is typical in rural Nepal, where smoke inhalation and asthma are serious health problems. But the battle to make it safer faces obstacles. Imogen Feder travelled to Nepal as part of a Monash study tour organised by Engineers Without Borders Australia
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Hundreds of people have turned out to hear social guru #hughmackay at the Peninsula Voice event, Towards a More Compassionate, Less Anxious Society. Congrats to @MFJMonash students for their live social media coverage from Mornington. #peninsulavoice #hughmackay
RT @MonashGFV: Excellent article from @JaneTribune @smh looking at reportings and understandings of terrorism incidents compared to intimat…
RT @guxin2010: The expanding ASIA group in the expert facility for #UNESCO, looking forward to go on a mission soon with some of you using…
Congratulations to @MFJMonash graduate @MatildaBoseley for her amazing journalism from Nepal as part of her undergr… https://t.co/MoE0XV76tN
Summer reading sorted! Check out the extensive database of books, journal articles, reviews, interviews and websites devoted to Australian Indigenous film and television on the AIFTV site 👉 aiftv-research.net
We’re here at the #monashmedialab for a special #MFJSocialMediaMasterclass today!
Romaine Moreton at the launch of the AIFTV-Research website, a new online research and resources hub for Australian Indigenous Film and Television #SSAAANZ2018 http://aiftv-research.net
Film and Screen Studies Lecturer Billy Head has been awarded the coveted Silver Dolphin Award at the 2018 Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards in France! 🎬 Congratulations, Billy! #Repost @monash.arts #cannescorporate
Acting Head of Journalism Associate Professor Johan Lidberg and his co-editor Dr Dennis Muller recently celebrated the launch of their book, In the 'Name of Security – Secrecy, Surveillance and Journalism' #MonashArts