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USC students have Qld media award wrapped up
Source: usc.edu.au
28 August 2008

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One journalism student from the University of the Sunshine Coast will win a $6,000 prize at the Queensland Media Awards next month (Saturday 13 September).

The question is, which student?

Kerry Brown, Tom Haynes and Kylie Stephenson have secured all three finalists’ positions for the award for the Most Outstanding Journalism Student from a Regional University.

USC’s Head of School of Communication Associate Professor Stephen Lamble said this was a great achievement for the students individually and for the University.

“We’ve entered the awards for three years now and have previously had two of the three finalists – one of whom won the award in 2006,” he said. “The really good thing about having all three finalists is that it has demonstrated our consistency.


“While only one of the students will win the $6,000 prize, it’s a magnificent effort by all of them. Just being a finalist in the awards is a ticket to a job. To be working at that level is very attractive to employers.

“We’re all proud of Kerry, Kylie and Tom and the way they have been getting out there and getting their work published. They have not just written essays, but real-world current affairs and news reports.”

Dr Lamble said the students’ entries across a range of media highlighted how effectively the University had multi-skilled the students in writing for print, broadcast and online media.

He said the University’s continued success at the Media Awards also was due to the efforts of tutor Desley Bartlett who tirelessly encouraged students to enter the awards.

Earlier this month, Dr Lamble and USC Associate Lecturer Gill Cowden jointly received a $10,000 Australian Learning and Teaching Council award for their outstanding work in journalism education.

This award was for creating innovative curricula and developing research-informed teaching resources to enhance graduate employment opportunities in journalism.

Terry Walsh






















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