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19 June 2018

Nance wins silver and bronze at New York Festival’s World’s Best Radio Program awards

Award-winning journalist and Griffith journalism lecturer Nance Haxton has taken out silver and bronze awards at the World’s Best Radio Program awards in Manhattan.

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23 May 2018

New York Festival recognition for Nance second year running

Walkley Award-winning journalist and Griffith’s journalist-in-residence Nance Haxton is once again a finalist in the New York Festival’s World’s Best Radio Program awards.

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21 June 2017
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10 February 2020

Transgender neuroscientist Alison Wright looks to the stars

PhD graduate Dr Alison Wright is taking her first steps into a postdoctoral adventure that she hopes will one day put her at the forefront of space research

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25 November 2019
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Griffith launches new ‘Gender card’ podcast

Griffith’s Gender Equality Research Network (GERN) has launched a podcast to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.

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30 October 2019

Griffith students take over the newsroom at Integrity 20

A group of inspired Griffith Communication and Journalism students immersed themselves in a real-life newsroom, during the three-day Integrity 20 conference.

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23 October 2019

Second ACRA honour for Griffith grad and Nova newsreader

Bachelor of Communications grad wins Best Newsreader in Australia in the Metro FM category at the 2019 Australian Commercial Radio Awards (ACRA),

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11 June 2019

New podcast shares CRUcial conversations about leadership in the disability sector

A new podcast series, CRUcial Conversations, will feature five stories of grassroots leadership and change in the disability sector, highlighting...

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21 March 2019

Standard of political discourse deteriorating: Natasha Stott-Despoja

Part of this problem, the former leader of the Democrats believes, is that behavioural standards in federal Parliament have diminished.

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