ACU in the media 25-31 May

Published: Wednesday 3rd June 2015

Honorary doctorate recipients, teen terrorist suspects, popular courses to study, and constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians are among the stories featuring ACU in the media in the last week.

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Traditional schoolyard bullies likely to engage in cyber-bullying as well

Catholic Communications

26.5.15

n/a

USA's acclaimed Notre Dame Folk Choir on first ever tour of Australia

Catholic Communications

27.5.15

n/a

ACU honours four outstanding Australians

Catholic Communications

28.5.15

n/a

Oz Muslims urged to learn from Indonesia

Jakarta Post

28.5.15

n/a

Vulnerable teens turn into radicals under terror group

News Ltd regional papers

25.5.15

21,068

Health is thriving, but so is ageing

The Age

25.5.15

106,843

 

Interview with Bernadette Tobin about surrogacy

Radio 2UE

25.5.15

32,000

Interviews w Dr Kevin Donnelly about maths and science in schools

Radio 3AW, 5AA, ABC

25.5.15

269,000

Student leaders: Patrician Brothers College, Blacktown

Blacktown Sun

26.5.15

n/a

Fr Frank Brennan interviews about constitutional change for Indigenous Australians

ABC Melbourne, ABC Canberra

28.5.15

150,000

Cyber battles begin

News Ltd regional papers

27.5.15

92,527

Fight the Flab #downsizeshepp

Shepparton News

 

27.5.15

7,765

Bollywood star Soha Ali Khan to judge Miss India Australia pageant in Blacktown

Daily Telegraph – West

26.5.15

49,767

Interfaith doctorate for Rabbi Levi

Australian Jewish News (Vic)

29.5.15

4,658

Litbits: ACU Poetry Prize

The Canberra Times/WA Today

30.5.15

32,094

Jim Bright: Old rules breaking down

SMH/The Age Careers

 

451,144


Read the stories here (PDF, 3.7MB)


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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