Deputy Co-ordinator, Journalism Program, Swinburne University of Technology

Sue Green has more than 40 years journalism experience, including holding senior writing and editing positions in Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong. She has a particular interest in the transition from industry to the Academy.

She has extensive experience writing about the arts, craft and design, architecture, interiors, property and books. As well as a postgraduate journalism qualification and a PhD in writing from Swinburne University she has a degree in textile design. Her PhD project, Disruptive Knitting: How knitters are changing the world, combined her writing and textile expertise. It focuses on politics, gender and knitting in Australia, in particular the undervaluing of women's work and the gender stereotypes associated with craft.

Sue left Swinburne University on January 31, 2020.

Experience

  • 2017–present
    Acting program coordinator, Journalism Program, Swinburne University
  • 2015–present
    Lecturer, Journalism Program, Swinburne University
  • 1976–2015
    Journalist and editor, Various roles, Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong
  • 2013–2015
    Adjunct teaching fellow, Journalism Program, Swinburne University
  • 2011–2015
    sessional tutor, Journalism Program, Swinburne University
  • 2010–2013
    AusSud project tutor and mentor, Centre for Advancing Journalism, University of Melbourne
  • 2010–2010
    Early childhood media project researcher, Centre for Advancing Journalism, University of Melbourne

Education

  • 1999 
    RMIT University, BA (textile design)
  • 1978 
    Canterbury University , Diploma in Journalism
  • 1974 
    Waikato University, B Soc Sci

Publications

  • 2017
    Proyek Sepaham: An Experiment in Cross-cultural and Collaborative Journalism Education, with A Dodd, C Pasandaran, AW Octavianto & FXLD Mardjianto in Asia Pacific Media Educator Vol 27, No 1
  • 2016
    Upstarts in Media Innovation and Disruption, Eds: H Sykes & A Dodd; Pub: Future Leaders

Professional Memberships

  • Journalism Education and Research Association of Australia
  • Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance
  • Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (journalism chair)