Recruiting Now Communications Officer
The Communications Support Officer will work across both ANZSOC and the JoC. The position requires strength in knowledge transfer, writing and communications, particularly on social media platforms, to promote the Society and the Journal. The position will involve translating research outputs, events and other communications from ANZSOC and the Journal into digestible and consumable materials that are accessible to a wider audience, including to ANZSOC and JoC stakeholders, members and the broader community. Such materials may include social media posts, event communications (eg. e-flyers/Eventbrite pages) and quarterly Journal newsletters (via MailChimp)
For further information see: PD Communications Officer
Closes 11 September
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Join the Deakin Crime and Criminology group, online or in-person for a discussion on Illicit Firearms Markets. Speakers include Prof. David Bright, Ms. Fenna van
ANZSOC is proud to be sponsoring the 6th Annual Victorian Postgraduate Criminology Conference. This free event is an opportunity for postgraduate and HDR students to
Welcome to the first instalment of a new PacifiCrim series that aims to highlight innovative approaches to teaching and learning across our discipline in Australia and New Zealand. The following is an excerpt taken from the Griffith School of Criminology and Criminal Justice newsletter, about the art of creative assessment in the BCCJ program.