Finding a job or internship at a large media organisation is always a challenge, but recent graduate Grace Huang (MJ 2013) found that taking online journalism and reporting and writing classes really helped her build up her foundation.
Ruby Yang, the Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker, has joined the Journalism and Media Studies Centre as Hong Kong University’s Hung Leung Hau Ling Distinguished Fellow in Humanities. In addition to teaching a course on documentary video production, the Chinese-American filmmaker will be running the “Ruby Yang Workshop.” Both the documentary course and the workshop will be available to all HKU students.
Improved responses to public health emergencies could be futile unless better ways are found to communicate with the communities most at risk, infectious disease experts have warned. According to Dr. Paul Gully and Professor Malik Peiris, it is […]
A two-and-a-half-day conference sponsored by the JMSC kicked off Wednesday at Hong Kong University to mark the tenth anniversary of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) pandemic. Global health professionals, communications experts and medical doctors […]
Become a News Literacy Fellow this summer at the University of Hong Kong! Help pioneer a new course for university students on how to evaluate information coming from the news media! Work and study with […]
Registration is now open for the Communicating Infectious Diseases Conference, sponsored by the Journalism and Media Studies Centre. The conference, which marks the tenth anniversary of the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) pandemic, will take […]
Two students in the JMSC’s Master of Journalism programme have been awarded an HKU Social Inclusion Activities Grant. Anjani Trivedi (MJ, 2013) and Olivia Rosenman (MJ, 2013) won the grant, worth HK$26,000, for their proposal to raise public awareness of […]