23 November 2012

Global Health Programs Fail to Meet Real Needs warns JMSC Master of Journalism Director

Global health programmes aimed at specific diseases fail to meet the broader health needs of the local communities they have been set up to help, according to the Director of the JMSC’s Master of Journalism […]
10 April 2012

April 13: Talk – What Limits to Press Freedom?

Thomas Abraham, Associate Professor of Practice at the JMSC, will talk about press freedom and lessons learned from the Leveson Inquiry in the United Kingdom, on Friday, April 13. The Leveson Inquiry was ordered after […]
21 October 2011

World Watch Website Chronicles International Reporting By JMSC Students

Master of Journalism students who are taking Assistant Professor Thomas Abraham‘s JMSC 6048 International News class are recording their articles on a newly-established class website, World Watch. “The international news class trains students to report on […]
26 April 2011

Media Research Seminars

List of Seminars The Environmental Performance of Media From Earthquake to Nuclear Crisis Computational Journalism: Mapping the Research Agenda European Politics, Media and the Public Sphere Political participation and media use in Hong Kong and […]
26 February 2011

JMSC Establishes Health and Risk Communication Project Research and Training Centre

The JMSC has been awarded more than HK$2 million to create a Research and Training Centre in Health and Emergency Risk Communication. The funding comes from the University Development Fund and was secured by Thomas […]
7 December 2010

JMSC Staff Attend Global Conferences

As the end of the semester approaches, JMSC staff are busy attending conferences and presenting papers. Director of Public Health Media Project and Assistant Professor, Thomas Abraham, has been speaking and publicising the JMSC’s work in […]