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Community Newspapers Conference, Monash Gippsland Campus, - 19-20 Nov. 2004

On the 19th and 20th November 2004 Monash University Gippsland will host a community newspapers conference. The conference has two objects. The first aim is to discover whether there is sufficient support to establish a community newspaper association. The second aim is to provide community newspapers with information that will help their growth and development.

If you are interested in attending the conference download the brochure .

If you would like to attend the conference and also nominate your community newspaper for an award please download the brochure and award entry form.

Please note that cheques should be made out to Monash University. If you need a tax invoice please contact Justin Kohlman.(See below)

If you want more information on the conference contact:
Justin Kohlman
Manager of Marketing & Public Affairs
Monash University
Gippsland Campus
Churchill Victoria 3842.
Phone: 03 990 26214

Congratualtions to Jude Deedman - 29/7/04

Congratulations to Jude Deedman, a final year Bachelor of Social Welfare, Distance Education student. Jude works at Kilmany Family Care in Sale and is the recipient of an award handed down by State Minister Cheryl Garbutt. The award is in recognition of the successful implementation of the "Looking After Children" (LAC) program across the State of Victoria. In 2003, while completing her 60 day field education placement, Jude was involved in the implementation of the LAC program, as one of the trainers who facilitated the training for all CSOs, DHS Child Protection staff, Resi-care workers and foster carers. The award is to attend the 6th International "Looking After Children Conference" in Canada.

SAMSS Awards Night - 30/4/04

Winners from the SAMSS awards night.

The School acknowledges the significant support provided by the following awards sponsors:

The PhD wishlist - 'Compass' 2004 (Monash Postgraduate Magazine)

by Julie Levey-Williams, PhD candidate (Sociology)

AS I WRITE UP the final chapters of my doctorate after three years of blood, sweat and tears, I think about all the things I never expected to happen and all the things that did not go to plan. more..