Category "Journalism"

Journalism

The future of universities

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Article published in Zocalo, picked up by TIME:   Students will be in the driver’s seat — Andy Miah Technology will force universities to re-define their role within 21stcentury life,...

Journalism

Drones for Good?

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Today, I published a piece on #drones for @conversationUK, which explores some of the new applications that are emerging and which were showcased at the Drones for Good international prize...

Journalism

Can a six-second movie be considered art?

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In my first article for @ConversationUK I focus on the hypershort video format as an art work. This paper was stimulated by a talk I gave for the Encounters Short...

Journalism

Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games

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Next week, I head to Nanjing, where I will be the social media mentor for the IOC’s Young Reporters programme at the Youth Olympic Games. 35 amazing young reporters from...

Journalism

Being Gay at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games (2014)

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Piece published in the Huffington Post:   In recent months, there has been a lot of talk about Russian law and homosexuality. Much of it has centered on international outrage...

Journalism

Oscar Pistorius granted bail

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Piece published in the Huffington Post Listening to the Chief Magistrate Desmond Nair’s ruling was a drawn out process with tweets indicating that Oscar Pistorius could have taken a flight around...

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Oscar Pistorius is more than just a fallen hero

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This entry was initially published as a blog piece, but later in the Huffington Post It was only a few days ago that the world of sport was talking about...

Journalism

It’s not the end of the world, yet

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It should be pretty well-known by now that the Mayan’s never predicted the end of the world this Friday, but they have a reputation for doing so because the last...

Journalism

Watching the Hashtags

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This month, I have an article published in The Walkley magazine, an insiders magazine for Australia and New Zealand media. The edition arrived in the post today and it’s a...

Journalism

Inside the Paralympics

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Interview with Gareth Mitchell for BBC World Service (radio), we cover Oscar Pistorius, new technology and the ethics of sport....

Journalism

Occupying the Olympics

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Last month, I had a photo essay published in the Dutch architecture journal S+RO....

Journalism

The Olympics and Higher Education

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Today, I published an article in the Guardian about how HE has been affected by the Olympic process leading up to London 2012 and what we can expect next. Heres’...

Journalism

Is it time to boycott books?

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Today, I published an article with the Guardian Higher Educaton network, which discusses strategic decisions for researchers in preparation for REF2014 – the UK’s governmental research evaluation in universities. The...

Journalism

Bioart is changing the world

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latest article for the Huffington Post focuses on the politics, philosophy and potential of bioart....