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Getting to know... Robbie Fordyce

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.

6 February, 2019

Getting to know... Verity Trott

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.

5 February, 2019
The new kid on the block – Indonesia is pushing for ‘creative economy’ with a mission for social impact

The new kid on the block – Indonesia is pushing for ‘creative economy’ with a mission for social impact

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

19 November, 2018

Monash School of Media, Film and Journalism Lecturer Wins Cannes Corporate Media and TV Award

Monash Arts is pleased to announce that Film and Screen Studies Lecturer Billy Head has received the coveted Silver Dolphin Award at the 2018

8 October, 2018
Master of Communications and Media Studies student elected as AEC postgrad representative

Master of Communications and Media Studies student elected as AEC postgrad representative

Vijay Paul, a second-year student in the Master of Communications and Media Studies program at Monash has been elected as the Arts postgraduate representative on the Arts Education Committee (AEC).

13 June, 2018
Closer media ties a boon for Chinese students

Closer media ties a boon for Chinese students

Monash’s large number of Chinese media students had a taste of home with a visit from a major Chinese media company last week.

14 November, 2017
Monash University news

Internship opportunities at PMSI Monash Clayton

The Population, Migration and Social Inclusion (PMSI) Focus Program at Monash are seeking 10-12 interns for a week long period

18 October, 2017
Monash University news

Climate change makes a comeback – with the help of social media

In what has been shaping up as the election that forgot climate change, there are signs emerging in the Coalition’s election campaign that it is starting to listen to polls, its own focus groups and social media chat on climate.

14 June, 2016
Monash University news

Tony Moore adds to Melbourne Dura’s tales of ‘intrigue and wonder’

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”. 22 July, 2015