Ossie Awards Apply

Fill in the form below to submit your application for the 2016 Ossie Awards.

ENTRY FORM

The deadline for submission is midnight (Victorian time) on Friday, September 30, 2016.

PLEASE NOTE - YOU MUST CLEARLY NAME ALL FILES (including photos and other attachments) BY THE  YEAR, CATEGORY WITH STUDENT DETAILS - Follow this example....

16_RMIT_UG_FEATURE_700words_JohnSmith.doc

16_QUT_PG_Indigenous_JasmineNg.mp3

16_UTS_UG_Innovation.doc

FAILURE TO CLEARLY NAME YOUR FILES WILL RESULT IN THEM NOT BEING JUDGED

Please review the Rules, Prior Experience and Supporting Statement before completing this application.

After completing the application details below, you will be provided with a link to upload the digital files that support the entry. Please ensure you upload a file to support the entry form - if the entry is available online, this file should include the link to the entry.

Select only ONE of the categories below:

Best Text-Based Story by an Undergraduate or Postgraduate Student – 750 words or less (Individual, $200 prize)
Best Text-Based Story by an Undergraduate or Postgraduate Student – over 750 words (Individual, $200 prize)
Best Audio Story by an Undergraduate or Postgraduate Student – 2 minutes or less (Individual, $200 prize)
Best Audio Story by an Undergraduate or Postgraduate Student – over 2 minutes (Individual, $200 prize)
Best Video Story by an Undergraduate or Postgraduate Student – 2 minutes or less (Individual, $200 prize)
Best Video Story by an Undergraduate or Postgraduate Student – over 2 minutes (Individual, $200 prize)
Best Innovation in Journalism (Individual or Group, Undergraduate or Postgraduate)
Dr Charles Stuart Prize for Best Student Publication (Individual or Group, Undergraduate or Postgraduate)
Dart Centre for Journalism and Trauma - Asia Pacific Prize (Individual, Undergraduate or Postgraduate, Any Medium, $200 prize)
Best Photojournalism by an Undergraduate or Postgraduate Student (Individual, $200 prize)
Sally A. White Prize for Investigative Journalism by an Undergraduate or Postgraduate Student (Individual, Any Medium, $200 prize)
Best Investigative Journalism – (Group, Any Medium, Undergraduate or Postgraduate)
Mindframe for Journalism Education Prize for Mental Health Reporting (Individual, Any Medium, Undergraduate, $200 prize)
Mindframe for Journalism Education Prize for Mental Health Reporting (Individual, Any Medium, Postgraduate, $200 prize)
John Newfong Prize for Reporting on Indigenous Affairs - (Individual, Undergraduate or Postgraduate, Any Medium, $200 prize)
The Australian Press Council Undergraduate Prize for an essay on the topic of press freedom or media ethics ($200)
The Australian Press Council Postgraduate Prize for an essay on the topic of press freedom or media ethics ($200)
The Australian Press Council Prize for Journalism Student of the Year ($750). This is for a student who has performed well in all academic subjects and who has also produced outstanding journalism as part of their coursework.

VALIDATION

Lecturer or Workplace Supervisor.


JERAA MEMBERS

Please name two people at your institution who are financial JERAA members.


RESPONSIBLE ACADEMIC

Name, address and contact details of Academic who is responsible for receiving and distributing prizes and certificates.


PRIOR EXPERIENCE

Paid/ unpaid and length of experience - maximum 250 words.


SUPPORTING STATEMENT

Maximum 250 words.