Walkley Award winning journalist Sarah Ferguson, whose Rudd/Gillard years documentary The Killing Season made waves earlier this year, will be talking 'Freedom From Information- Australia's war on transparency'. Book now...
8th - 10th October, 2015. New News by the Centre for Advancing Journalism is a three-day series looking at the present and future of journalism. This year we have 20+ sessions available. Book now...
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 Master of Journalism is designed by Australia's leading thinkers and practitioners in news media. This is a journalism degree for the future.
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.
Book now: 2015 A.N. Smith lecture in journalism
New News Conference 2015 program
Engagement - Public Events
Teaching - Master of Journalism
Are you engaging in random acts of journalism and wanting to develop your skills further?
Walkley award winning journalist Sarah Ferguson, whose documentary The Killing Season made waves earlier this year, will present the 2015 A.N. Smith lecture in journalism.
Staff from the Centre for Advancing Journalism and the Faculty of Arts will be on-hand at the University's Open Day this Sunday, August 16th.
The Our Watch Awards recognise and reward exemplary reporting of violence against women. These nominations come for stories that originally appeared in centre publication The Citizen.
Master of Journalism student Bec Zajac produces RN Afternoons. She chatted with us about what the job entails.
A team of researchers led by the Centre for Advancing Journalism has secured $106,000 in funding to investigate how media coverage influences community attitudes to violence against women.
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