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From robot selfies to 3-D printed art – Monash University flings open its doors this Sunday

This weekend, Australia’s largest University opens its doors to the public at Monash University’s Clayton and Caulfield campuses for Open Day on Sunday 6 August.

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Christiane Barro wins Walkley for Student of the Year

Monash University journalism student Christiane Barro won the Walkley Award for student journalist of the year in Sydney last night.

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Philanthropy is funding serious journalism in the US, it could work for Australia too

Non-profit investigative journalism centres have invigorated watchdog reporting in the United States over the past decade, a period commonly associated with despair over the state of serious journalism. My research attributes a sharp increase in the

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Monash University student Christiane Barro shortlisted for Walkley Award

Monash University Journalism student Christiane Barro has been shortlisted for the  Arts & culture

Tess Ikonomou

Monash Journalism graduate wins coveted Quill award

Monash Journalism graduate and ABC journalist, Tess Ikonomou, has won Student Journalist of the Year in the coveted Melbourne Press Club Quill awards on Friday night.

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Associate Professor Margaret Simons

Award-winning journalist Margaret Simons joins Monash Journalism

Award-winning journalist, author and academic Margaret Simons will join the Journalism Department as an Associate Professor in Monash University’s School of Media, Film and Journalism in July this year.

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James Hird’s suspected drug overdose: invasive reporting breaches a right to privacy

Pleas by James Hird’s family to respect its privacy present challenges to media covering the latest chapter of a life that has become a very public Greek tragedy.

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Dr David Holmes

‘We must keep the lights on’: how a cyclone was used to attack renewables

The mid-latitude cyclone with no name that hit South Australia last week, spawning two tornadoes and 80,000 electricity strikes, destroyed 22 massive transmission towers carrying electricity across the state.

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