Three graduate students from the Journalism and Media Studies Centre recently earned advanced degrees in journalism – a PhD and two Master of Philosophy degrees. PhD graduate Abdur Razzaque Khan, from Bangladesh, completed his thesis […]
The University of Hong Kong is proud of its journalism programme and is committed to supporting it and helping it grow, says Deputy Vice Chancellor Roland Chin. He made the pledge recently at a gathering of HKU’s journalism alumni, hosted by HKU Vice Chancellor Lap-Chee Tsui and Professor Ying Chan, founding director of the Journalism and Media Studies Centre (JMSC).
JMSC alumnus Vincent Du’s latest documentary has been picked up by Al Jazeera. “Almost Famous” features China’s largest school for rock music and will play on the network’s English-language programme, “Witness”. We caught up with […]
Jonathan Stray (MJ, 2010), who leads the Overview Project for the Associated Press (AP), is at the JMSC for four weeks teaching the school’s first Computational Journalism course. He’s also making clear what the difference is between “computational” and […]
Sergio Held, who received his Master of Journalism degree this year, has secured two jobs in Bogotá, the capitol city of his native Colombia. Held has been made Deutsche Welle‘s correspondent for its new Spanish-language TV news […]
Alison Hui (BJ 2011) has won an award for Best Oral Presentation at the 12th Annual HKU Research Postgraduate Conference. Her topic was using the media to encourage those suffering from depression to seek help. “I […]
Saul Sugarman, who graduated from the JMSC’s Master of Journalism Programme in 2009, has won two awards for his reporting for a legal affairs newspaper, the Daily Journal, in San Francisco. The awards were given on […]