The Centre continues to explore the quality and standards of journalism practice and encourage accurate, balanced, fair and ethical practices through its public lecture program.
The Citizen is an online publication that showcases the work of students in the Master of Journalism program as well as the research efforts of the Centre.
Designed by Australia's leading thinkers and practitioners in news media this is a journalism degree for the future
The Citizens' Agenda will enable Australian's to shape federal election debate. This ground-breaking project will be the world’s first social media 'intervention' of its kind
The AuSud Media Project was born out of concerns over media representations of Sudanese Australians, and a desire to find practical ways of addressing the issue.
Engagement - Public Events
Teaching - Master of Journalism
Research - The Citizens' Agenda
Teaching - AuSud Media Skills
A seminar for new media entrepreneurs, sharing startup experiences and profiling a range of new media ventures
Read the transcript of Mark Scott' s New Journalism for a New Public or watch the video
Melbourne Press Club crowned University of Melbourne's Aliyah Stotyn ‘Student Journalist of the Year’ Quill awards this week.
Outstanding Master of Journalism students recognised with cash prize
The Faculty of Arts The University of Melbourne Parkville 3010 VIC Australia