Winners of National Press Club's 2015 Higher Education Media AwardsBy Briana Healey in Media News on Monday, 16th March 2015 at 11:56am
Sydney Morning Herald journalists Amy McNeilage and Lisa Valentin have been awarded the 2015 Higher Education Journalist of the Year Award and a $10,000 study tour prize for their story 'The cheating factory'.
Open to employed and freelance media professionals, Universities Australia partnered with the National Press Club of Australia to present annual higher education media awards that reward and recognise excellent journalism and communication that covers key issues in higher education.
The award was presented by Belinda Robinson, chief executive of Universities Australia, who said “the awards displayed the important contribution journalists make to the conversation about Higher Education.”
The award judges added that while the report foc...
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