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  • "How Yokogawa is automating your everyday" CEO Magazine

    07 Aug 2017

    Mr Russell J Palmer

    From performing arts to the art of performance, Yokogawa Managing Director Russell Palmer has done it all. Not only has he travelled through more places than the average adventurer; he’s expertly piloting the engineering giant through the often-complex waters of an industry dense with complexity, both in the office and on the job site.

  • "Rise of the intern" Lawyers Weekly

    04 Aug 2017

    Mr David Hamer

    “I finished a summer clerkship with Clayton Utz at the start of 2014 and then I did an honours thesis. It took a year-and-a-half after my clerkship before I graduated in September 2015, just before I left for overseas. I had always been interested in international law and also wanted to work at a court. The ICTY had about 50 interns at any one time, and there was a big intern cohort while I was there, which was great because I got to meet all these students and lawyers from all parts of the world.”

  • "This exercise video has sparked a massive online debate!" Mouth of Mums

    17 Jul 2017

    Dr Catharine A Lumby

    Professor Catharine Lumby from Macquarie University, says that pole dancing has become, in recent years, an extremely legitimate form of exercise.“Pre-teen girls love dancing, mucking around and showing off. They enjoy gymnastics and the big danger here is that maybe it’s the adults who are sexualising them rather than them sexualising themselves. We need to be very cautions of imposing adult ideas on young girls,”

  • "Young Asian-Australians Carve Out an Identity of Their Own" New York Times

    28 Jun 2017

    Dr Catharine A Lumby

    Catharine Lumby, a professor of media at Macquarie University in Sydney, said that for young Asian-Australians, and other groups of young people, social media and face-to-face social life have become indistinguishable. “The positive side of social media is that it’s giving young people a voice and a way to explore their identities,” she said.

  • "Abortion Payment" 4BC

    06 Mar 2017

    Dr Catharine A Lumby

    Professor Catharine Lumby, a Macquarie University lecturer in Media and an NRL on gender issues joins Nights with Miranda Devine to discuss her position on the issue that emerged over the weekend.

  • "Sexual assault among young people is on the rise. But why?" ABC Radio Australia

    03 Sep 2016

    Dr Catharine A Lumby

    Over the past decade in NSW alone, more young people are being sexually assaulted by other children. Catharine Lumby, a professor of media studies at Macquarie University, said: "We do know that consensual sexual play among children of the same age is not new and is part of development."

  • "The NRL is all talk when it comes to domestic violence" The Roar

    02 Jul 2016

    Dr Catharine A Lumby

    "The problem is real" says Professor Catharine Lumby, who helped the NRL developed education programs in July last year. "Whether we like it or not, these players are the role models to many young Australians, it is time for the NRL to stand up and mean what they say."

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