Work experience showcase

The Kent Messenger's pages were stuffed with stories by Centre for Journalism students during April and May - including bylines on the front and back pages. Here's 10 of the best of them. 


Placements are available to every student at the end of their first year, giving them two weeks of reporting experience on a major regional newspaper.

FAO All students - Please return all kit asap, deadline thurs 30th May.

Your friendly neighbourhood Multimedia Newsroom Technician needs to audit our CFJ equipment and account for broken, missing and otherwise absent parts.

PLEASE could ALL students return all kit no later than THURSDAY 30th MAY to Gerardo (only).

You need to ensure that all parts are present (hopefully correct) and it is essential that you check in your own kit - I cannot accept equipment returned on behalf of other students.

Six nominations for CfJ teaching staff in union awards

We've always known we're providing exceptional journalism teaching here at the CfJ, and it seems that our students agree too.

No fewer than six members of Centre for Journalism staff have been nominated in Kent Union's annual teaching awards. These are the awards run entirely by university students to recognise and reward those academics who are committed to delivering excellent teaching.

Our nominees (in strict alphabetical order) are Rob Bailey, Gerardo Calia, Ron Green, Sarah Lonsdale, Richard Pendry and Lesley Phippen.

Congratulations to all.


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