ACU in the media

Find out the top stories that featured ACU in the news in the last two weeks. 

Bias in maths marking, ACU's poetry prize, the low down on "healthy" Coke, and the Stations of the Cross exhibition at the McGlade Gallery are among the stories featuring ACU in the media in the last two weeks.

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OUTLET

DATE

CIRCULATION

Interview with Karen Willis

ABC Brisbane, David Curnow; ABC Newcastle; ABC Online; The Conversation

1.4.15

13,000

Coke ‘pretends sugar is healthy’

The New Daily

1.4.15

n/a

New research points to boy bias in teacher maths marking

Radio National Afternoons, Michael McKenzie

25.3.15

 

Artists Interpret Stations of the Cross for ACU's Easter Exhibition

Sydney.catholic.org, Inner West Courier

31.3.15

84,000

Jim Bright: Teenagers’ jobs going

SMH/The Age Careers

4.4.15

451,144

Cass embraces university life

McIvor Times

1.4.15

959

Unis take sensible course on reform

The Australian

1.4.15

413,814

Ship of state needs a federation makeover

The Australian

1.4.15

413,814

School gardens make students healthier

Xinhua wire agency

1.4.15

89,000

Artists up for awards

Ballarat Courier

2.4.15

15,110

Degree forgers facing joint investigation

News.com.au

4.4.15

217,210

Litbits: ACU poetry prize

The Canberra Times, WA Today

3.4.15

138,184

Bullies on a path to big trouble

The Daily Telegraph

4.4.15

275,380          

A guide to thriving at university

Catholic Leader

5.5.15

13,000



Read the stories here (PDF, 1.8MB).

AUDIO

RN Afternoons Michael Mackenzie speaks to the ACU's Sue Wilson about maths anxiety.
 

612 ABC Brisbane Evenings David Curnow speaks to Professor Karen Willis about health insurance premiums.


To contact MER about an upcoming media story of public interest, please contact Jen Rosenberg, ext 2513, 0407 845 634, jen.rosenberg@acu.edu.au. 

 

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