ACU in the media 16-22 November 2015

Published: Wednesday 25th November 2015

HEADLINE

OUTLET

DATE

CIRCULATION

Sebastian's 'incredible' list

Sydney Morning Herald, Canberra Times, The Age, Brisbane Times, WA Today

21.11.15

687,893+

Katie Brennan interview – student VFL player

SEN Sunday Sportsentral

15.11.15

n/a

Sinead Mulders-Jones interview on climate change

ABC Radio National, Global Minds

21.11.15

82,000

Parent guide aims to beat depression

Sunraysia Daily

20.11.15

n/a

Saintly inspiration for ACU students

Catholic Leader

18.11.15

n/a

Interview with Jocasta Ball about atrial fibrillation

774 ABC, Mornings with Red Symons

16.11.15

57,000

Without Restraint: Girard, Jihadism and the Hypocrisy of Sacred Violence

ABC Religion and Ethics

16.11.15

321,023

Report on findings into adolescent alcohol consumption

grogwatch.adf.org.au

16.11.15

n/a

Tomkins wins builders award

Australian Financial Review, Weekend Post, Domain, Courier Mail, Brisbane Post

17.11.15

366,847

Do Australian Catholics like the Pope?

2SER, The Daily

16.11.15

n/a

Exercise helps rare-cancer patients

Courier Mail, ABC online

17.11.15

440,752

Students explore careers

Great Southern Star

17.11.15

7,469

Nicola nominated for Lions Quest

Bayside Star

18.11.15

37,145

St Mary's School Gains Specialist EMU Teacher

Riverina Grazier

18.11.15

2,000

Uni applauded for equality strategy

Mosman Daily

19.11.15

35,358

Five minute talk nets national research award

Queensland Times + regional Qld papers

19.11.15

97,000

Indian Muslims protest against deadly ISIL attacks

Al-Jazeera

19.11.15

 

Teachers extend maths skills

Parkes Champion Post

23.11.15

 

Kevin Donnelly: Cultural Left guilty of double standard over freedom of speech

Hobart Mercury

21.11.15

45,367

Jim Bright: Passport to a new career

SMH/The Age Careers

21.11.15

451,144

Read the stories here (PDF, 2MB).

AUDIO

Listen to graduate Sinead Mulders-Jones’ interview with Geraldine Doogue about how the world is responding a looming environmental refugee crisis, caused by climate change: on Global Minds.

Hear lecturer David Krichhoffer discuss how Australian Catholics view Pope Francis and the changes he is wishing to make to the Church and its teachings: 2SER The Daily.

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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