ACU in the media 2-8 November 2015

Published: Wednesday 11th November 2015

Reluctance to discuss money, a master award for ACU’s John Paul II Building, Mark Latham’s choice words, and employment demand for teachers are among the stories featuring ACU in the media in the last week.

HEADLINE

OUTLET

DATE

CIRCULATION

I don’t want to talk about it

The Age,

4.11.15

 

Companies who are “employers of choice”

Smart Company, Women’s Agenda, Australian Women online, workathomemums.com.au

4.11.15

n/a

Job with touch of class

Courier Mail, Adelaide Advertiser, Weekend Post, Geelong Advertiser

7.11.15

408,904

Like father, like daughter

Ipswich Life

2.11.15

32,000

The ‘N’word: Mark Latham goes back in time

New Matilda

3.11.15

n/a

SAP launches Institute for Digital Government

istart.com.au

2.11.15

n/a

Taabinga State School has a strong focus on education

South Burnett Times

3.11.15

4,995

Master award for ACU

Northside Chronicle

4.11.15

62,634

‘Trade deal’ the new rules for global corporatism

Byron Shire Echo

4.11.15

23,230

Interview with Dr Naser Ghobadzadeh, ISJ

ABC Radio National, Religion and Ethics, ABC online

4.11.15

341,023

50 years of Nostra Aetate

Australian Jewish News

6.11.15

3,099

Contributions of progressive Judaism

Australian Jewish News

6.11.15

3,099

Why Pope Francis is not an anti-capitalist greenie

Joshua Catholic Men’s Fellowship

6.11.15

n/a

ACU appoints Mr Julien O’Connell AM as new Pro-Chancellor

Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne, Catholic Leader, Sydney Catholics, Catholic Health Association

6.11.15

n/a

Time to update literacy tools

The Age

7.11.15

241,029

Masters for ex-principal

Herbert River Express

7.11.15

2,259

Digging deep into VTAC course preferences

The Age, The West Australian

8.11.15

318,113

J.R. Nethercote: Loneliness at the top of the greasy pole

Canberra Times, SMH, The Age, West Australian

3.11.15

348,852

Jim Bright: Future lies in innovation

SMH/The Age Careers

7.11.15

451,144

Read the stories here (PDF, 1.7MB).

AUDIO

Dr Naser Ghobadzadeh speaks to Andrew West on Radio National’s Religion and Ethics Report about religious influence in Iran.

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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