We can confirm this year’s winners of the 2017 NUJ student prize and comments from the judges. Level 1: Holly Clemens “Striking front page shows a real sense of how words on a page can be an art form. Excellent use of white space and sparing use of colour. Text […]
Google News Lab is at the forefront of developing new digital tools for journalism, we asked Matt Cooke who leads the team in UK, IE & Nordics, to talk to our students about the latest developments. Matt also demonstrated tools, including: search, image search, social media verification, Google Trends, Google My […]
For the past two years UWE has taken part in the Global News Relay. This is a global collaboration of journalism schools to produce and broadcast live a news programme featuring segments from each school. This programme is hosted by Fresno State University, California. Click below to watch the video: The UWE segment begins at 34:50 […]
Journalism 3rd year student Rhys Buchannen has organised a music and beer event to promote his new website thebackstagerecord.com. The website is a music discovery platform designed to promote Signature Brew, a London based brewery with a mission statement of getting good quality beer into the music industry. Rhys was also recently […]
UWE’s partnership with Taylor’s University in Malaysia allows both universities to share knowledge and create a unique learning experience. Each year a number of students from Taylor’s choose to spend their final year studying either Media & Journalism or Journalism & PR at UWE. Students who come to Bristol […]
Well done to UWE student Malva Izquierdo who has had an article published on Thomson Reuters Foundation News. The article entitled ‘Nicaraguan women ‘like farm animals’ despite promised land reform‘ examines how failed reforms in Nicaragua continue to leave rural women exploited and open to abuse.
Third year student and music journalist Rhys Buchanan is collaborating with Glastonbury Festival to be a judge of their Emerging Talent Competition this year. Rhys, who writes and edits his own music magazine The Know, will be a judge in the competition – which will give new acts of any […]
A group of journalism students and staff visited the Houses of Parliament and the Supreme Court on Monday 16th January. It was a fascinating visit where students were able to see the Queen’s robing rooms, the House of Lords and the House of Commons. They also had the opportunity to meet […]
Former MA Journalism student Rose White is currently working for local newspaper Grand Haven Tribune in the United States (based in Grand Haven on the shores of Lake Michigan). Starting out on a local paper is a great way to start a journalistic career and Rose has already had several articles published: […]
Oliver Southgate produces The Community Podcast for The Southville Centre which focuses on the nature of community and the work of the organisation.