The Journalism and Media Studies Centre is co-organising the Institute for News Literacy Fellows in Asia again this year in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Hosted by the Faculty of Journalism and Communication at the […]
Thomas Abraham, former director of the Master of Journalism programme, was back in town to talk about his latest book, Polio: The Odyssey of Eradication, at the second of our writers-in-residence book talks. He was joined by Professor Keiji […]
The JMSC was well-represented at this year’s SOPA Awards for Editorial Excellence. Three MJ alumni and one incoming candidate were awarded in different categories. Zou Sicong was a winner in the Explanatory Reporting category for […]
Fifty years of military rule has left Myanmar with a shortage of journalists and an immediate need for journalism and news literacy education taught with an emphasis on balanced, ethical reporting, according to JMSC associate professor, Masato Kajimoto.
Joyce Xu, a third year Bachelor of Journalism student from Hong Kong, has won the International New York Times “Word (World) of Yours” Writing Competition 2013 for her article, “The Impact of Social Media on Global Awareness,” which was published April 1 in the INYT’s Hong Kong and China print editions.
Two JMSC Bachelor students are competing in Samsung's Solve for Tomorrow competition aimed at creating technology to help the environment. Your vote will support the students and the JMSC. Deadline is March 17.
Today’s new generation of journalists is entering a media environment where “everything is possible, up for grabs, and nothing is certain.” But the new media will also require more trusted journalists with expertise.