ACU in the media 9-29 March 2015

ACU in the media 9-29 March 2015

Find out the top stories that featured ACU in the media in the last week.

School gardens promoting students' growth, Indigenous 'lifestyle choices', promoting the teaching profession, higher education reform, the dangers of a nuclear Iran, and food labelling are among recent stories featuring ACU in the media.  

HEADLINE

PUBLICATION

DATE

CIRCULATION

6 food labeling traps to avoid

Daily Telegraph, syndicated across News Corp tabloids

29.3.15

1,779,080

School textbooks gloss over jihad

Weekend Australian

28.3.15

536,526

Comedian owns up to being a bully

WA Today

28.3.15

372,410

At the font of nonsense

Sydney Morning Herald

27.3.15

210,115

The genial general

The Good Weekend (SMH, The Age, The Canberra Times)

27.3.15

483,238

School gardens “growing the growers”

Canberra Times, WA Today

26.3.15

533,995

Be kind even in failure

Illawarra Mercury

27.3.15

15,450

Interview w. Prof. Jim Bright

ABC 702 Sydney, Afternoons

25.3.15

58,900

Interview with Kerry Sanders

105.7 ABC Darwin, Morning Show

25.3.15

n/a

University group off to Vanuatu

Ballarat Courier

25.3.15

15,110

Georgia Cain has come full circle

Stawell Times, Ararat Advertiser

24.3.15

2,050

Aborigines must face up to the hard questions

The Australian

24.3.15

104,774

Religion has a place in the school curriculum

The Conversation, Central Qld News, Whitsunday Times

23.3.15

536,526

Unis called on to work around Senate

The Australian

23.3.15

104,774

Traditional teaching makes a comeback

The Australian

22.3.15

104,774

New York connection for ACU business students

Catholic Leader

22.3.15

13,000

Haters are gonna hate

The Courier Mail

21.3.15

197,963

Tide is turning in education

The Weekend Australian

21.3.15

536,526

Risking all for justice

SMH Careers

21.3.15

210,115

Daggy tag may turn off teachers

+ radio interviews

The Australian; 720 ABC Perth Drive, 3AW Melbourne Mornings,

20.3.15

603,814

Malcolm Fraser’s life and legacy

The Conversation

20.3.15

n/a

Trainers target indigenous

The Australian

20.3.15

413,814

Age old question

afl.com.au

19.3.15

n/a

Cyber bullying leads to depression

ABC, Herald Sun

18.3.15

1,065,184

Interview with Dr Anthony Dillon

ABC RN, Sunday Extra

15.3.15

78,000

Warning on ALP uni plan

Sunday Mail Tas, Adelaide, Brisbane,

15.3.15

620,322

Teaching for hope among the poor

Catholic Leader

15.3.15

13,000

Win the tackle, win the game

ABC Online

13.3.15

350,900

Changing the world – one project at a time

J-Wire

12.3.15

n/a

Sport is taking Lucy to uni

Central and North Burnett Times

12.3.15

2,453

Nursing role boosts healthcare research

Ballarat Courier

11.3.15

18,337

 

Labor would reinstate uni compacts

The Australian

12.3.15

104,774

How to achieve uni deregulation

The Australian

11.3.15

413,814

Real world learning

Melbourne suburban papers

11.3.15

415,140

Is Bibi the only one alive to the threat of Iran?

The Australian

10.3.15

104,774

Name restored to historic mansion

Ballarat Courier

9.3.15

18,337

 

ACT Experience from a Rural & Remote Perspective

Prospects Journal of the Careers Advisers Association of NSW & ACT

March

n/a

ACU 25th anniversary graduation

Ballarat Diocese e-news

27.3.15

n/a

Nietzsche,Hashimpura & children overboard

TwoCircles.net

23.3.15

n/a

Behind Pope Francis' teaching about the poor

Eureka Street

24.3.15

n/a

ATEM’s Weller reflects on a dynamic six years

Campus Review

20.3.15

n/a

New Rome Center will strengthen Catholics’ identity

National Catholic Register, Cardinal Newman Society

17.3.15

n/a

Setting up your road and mountain bikes together

Bikeradar.com

9.3.15

n/a

Court of Public

Opinion Will Decide Australia's Global Reputation Following UN Report

Sydneycatholic.org

11.3.15

n/a

Catholic Schools Stand Firm Against Bullying

Sydneycatholic.org

20.3.15

n/a

 

Read the stories here (PDF, 3MB).
 

AUDIO

Dr Anthony Dillon on ABC Radio National, Sunday Extra.

Professor Greg Craven's interview with 6PR Mornings presenter Gary Adshead
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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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