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On World Press Freedom Day, the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia (JERAA) applauds those who champion freedom of expression and support media around the world. Prof Stephen Ward has called on journalists and journalism educators to promote global journalism ethics, rather than parochial journalism ethics. The Preconference also featured panels on media coverage of mass shootings, reporting of corruption in the Pacifc (live streamed), and assessment of journalism research. The issue of journalism academics' use of social media to discuss issues, institutions and individuals has attracted media attention recently. The Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia (JERAA) supports freedom of expression and opinion that complies with limitations concerning defamation, sub judice, discrimination, incitement to violence, and similar matters. As the professional association for journalism academics, JERAA also supports adherence to the principles espoused in the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance Journalists' Code of Ethics.
In cases where universities and other academic institutions need to investigate complaints about comments made by academics, we urge management to follow proper processes and complete investigations in an impartial, transparent and timely manner. The award, presented by the Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia and the Australian and New Zealand Communication Association, was established in 2014 to commemorate the life and work of Professor Anne Dunn. Congratulations also to Stephanie Brookes, from Monash University, who has been awarded the JERAA research grant for 2016. Following a presentation and discussions at the 2015 JERAA Conference, the JERAA Executive has unanimously agreed that the association should act as publisher of the UniPollWatch website for the 2016 federal election.

Simon lands reporting role at the ABCABC reporter Simon Galletta had a tough initiation in journalism. Journalism graduates are leaders in their fieldMonash University journalism graduates have shown their expertise and leadership in media companies in Australia and worldwide.
Monash journalism researchers win JERAA grantsMonash University’s journalism researchers have been awarded all research grants and scholarly prizes offered by the Journalism Education and Research Association Australia (JERAA). They won Walkley awards, a prestigious award from the nation’s journalism educators and, crucially, secured key full-time jobs in the media. The head of journalism studies at Monash, Associate Professor Philip Chubb, said students also had secured jobs in media-related areas such as  communications for non-government agencies, corporations and departments.
Assoc Prof Chubb said many students also had interned at the Herald Sun, The Age, the ABC and many other media organisations.
Monash lecturer Matt Mitchell said many students whose assignments were published on Monash journalism’s news website, mojo, had been successful in having their work published in mainstream media. Senior lecturer Bill Birnbauer said it had been a great honour to receive a special commendation from the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ed Byrne, for producing Dangerous Ground, an investigative website for student work on environmental regulation. This year a former Monash student and now reporter on the Herald Sun, Ashley Argoon, received the Walkley Young Journalist of the Year award and another Walkley for her journalism with her former newspaper, The Border Mail. The judges said Argoon’s work on the Ending the suicide silence campaign featured a combination of hard news, feature writing and social media use, and demonstrated her persistence, sensitivity and a strong journalistic skill set.

She had previously been a member of reporting teams that have won two Walkleys for the same project.
Monash graduate Sam Landsberger was a finalist in the Innovation in Journalism category at the Walkleys. Monash journalism student Daniella Mattiuzzo recently won the ABC Radio National 360documentaries program short radio feature ‘Pocketdocs’ competition.
Daniella is completing a Master of Journalism at the University’s Caulfield campus and has a particular interest in radio production and journalism.
In December, Monash journalism student Holly Humphreys won an Ossie award, from the Journalism Education Association of Australia,  for best use of convergent media for an article about bobby calves in the dairy industry, which appeared on the front page of the Sunday Age and in mojo. Simon, who recently graduated after finishing his degree at Monash University, faced some challenging experiences when the ABC’s Melbourne bureau offered him casual work during the 2015-20-15 festive season. Landsberger, a News Ltd sports journalist based at the Herald Sun, produced the AFL Draft preview series Pick Me, which intensively profiled the best young footballers in Australia. The Preconference of 13 July and one-day AGM and Mini-Conference on 2 December will replace JERAA's annual, end-of-year conference in 2016.

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