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UWE to hold distinguished address by Trinity Mirror Chief Executive on 7th February

| February 2, 2018 | 0 Comments

Simon Fox, Chief Executive of Trinity Mirror, is to deliver an hour-long lecture on the subject of The importance of professional journalism in a post-truth world at the Bristol Business School Building at UWE’s Frenchay Campus on 7th February 2018. The lecture will take place at 6.30pm, preceded by a reception commencing at 6pm. There […]

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Students urged to enter Bristol NUJ prize scheme 2017

| December 23, 2016 | 0 Comments

STUDENT journalists at UWE were urged this week to put their work forward for the Bristol NUJ award scheme as the final prize to last year’s students was presented. Jade Evans was presented with her cheque for £50 as the winner of the Level 1 prize in the 2016 competition. Every year Bristol NUJ awards […]

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Winners announced for Bristol NUJ student prize

| July 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

STUDENTS on journalism courses at the University of the West of England have been told the winners in the annual Bristol NUJ student awards. Prizes are given to the best pieces of investigative work by students in each year at UWE – first, second, third and MA level. Each is given a £50 prize – […]

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Mediawise to move out of UWE

| July 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

THE journalism ethics charity MediaWise is severing its connection with the University of the West of England after eight years. It is moving closer to the city centre at Unit 303, Deben House, 1-5 Lawrence Hill, Bristol BS5 0BY. MediaWise www.mediawise.org.uk provides information, advice, research and training on media ethics in the UK and internationally. The charity […]

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Bristol NUJ presents prizes to UWE journalism students

| April 3, 2014 | 0 Comments

THE second annual Bristol NUJ Student Awards have just been presented to the winning contenders among the journalism students at the University of the West of England. Ellen Mauro, Kara Lewis and Chris Hanson each won a £50 prize for work which the Bristol NUJ executive judged showed the most professional promise. The awards aren’t […]

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