Media & Communication

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Advertising graduate to industry star in four years

Thursday 25 Jun 2015

A CSU advertising graduate has become an industry star this week by winning a coveted international award at Cannes, France.

CSU graduate heads The Guardian US

Thursday 11 Jun 2015

CSU academics have welcomed news that a journalism alumnus has been appointed as editor of the online news service The Guardian US.

Joint research into human-wildlife coexistence

Tuesday 9 Jun 2015

A researcher from Malaysia will visit CSU in Bathurst today to discuss plans for joint research into human-wildlife coexistence.

FIFA reforms overdue, Blatter resignation welcomed

Thursday 4 Jun 2015

A CSU academic has welcomed the resignation yesterday of the President of Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA), and says reform of the organisation is necessary and overdue.

Prestigious US fellowship for CSU alumnus

Friday 22 May 2015

A CSU alumnus is among a select group of journalist to be offered a 2016 Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University.

CSU comedy plays at Adelaide Fringe

Friday 13 Feb 2015

A comedy that debuted to sold-out audiences at the CSU 2014 Sprung Festival of Creativity in Bathurst will have a season at the 2015 Adelaide Fringe Festival.

CSU Media wishes you a Merry Christmas

Tuesday 23 Dec 2014

The CSU Media team would like to wish you a very Merry Christmas and a safe, happy and prosperous New Year.

PR alumnus prize for CSU graduate

Thursday 18 Dec 2014

A top-ranked public relations graduate at the CSU Faculty of Arts graduation ceremony in Bathurst today is the recipient of a prize from an enthusiastic alumnus.

ABC and SBS cuts: silencing dissenting voices?

Wednesday 26 Nov 2014

A CSU academic argues that the federal government's 'efficiency dividend' cuts to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and the Special Broadcasting Service are an attempt to silence or curtail opposition voices in a democracy.

ABC cuts – doing more with less

Tuesday 25 Nov 2014

The cuts to programs and staff at the Australian Broadcasting Corporation announced yesterday will significantly impact staff and audiences, but could advantage CSU journalism graduates.

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