After Graduation next week I am planning on wiping the Centre's computers ready for the start of the new Academic Year.
I you have anything stored directly on any of the Centre's computers it will be wiped over the coming weeks.
If there is anything you deperately need to keep please make arrangements to make copies or you will lose it.
Emma Rae Woodhouse will graduate next week, but in a fine CfJ tradition, she has already secured a top job in journalism. In her first year as an undergraduate, Emma won the Sky Bob Friend Scholarship. Today, she joined Sky News. The picture shows Emma (second from left) among her fellow new recruits on her first day in her new job. Well done, Emma!
To mark its 30th anniversary, the British Journalism Review plans to celebrate 30 new voices in journalism during the course of 2019. They want to find, showcase and celebrate journalists across all media disciplines who represent the future of our industry. They want to hear from you!!!
HOW TO APPLY
- You have to be a youngling under 30 years of age
- Write an 800 word article or make a digital piece of no more than two minutes, that addresses the following: We have never been better informed. Discuss.
Winners will be published online via our website: bjr.org.uk and a selection will be included in our print volume.
A BJR “30 under thirty” reception later this year will bring winners together to help to foster connections.
Please submit entries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
DEADLINE 30th June, 2019