ICS in the Media

Latest media appearances

For a collection of expert commentary related to COVID-19, see ICS Response to COVID-19.

  • Daily Maverick (opens in a new window) republished an article authored by Emeritus Professor David Rowe, titled 'Ash Barty retires marching to her own beat. What’s next for the multi-talented, restless spirit?' Originally published by The Conversation
  • The Wire (opens in a new window) republished an article authored by Emeritus Professor David Rowe, titled 'Ash Barty retires marching to her own beat. What’s next for the multi-talented, restless spirit?' Syndicated by Lifehacker Australia (opens in a new window) and 1 other. Originally published by The Conversation.
  • Channel 7 Sydney interviewed Dr Joanne Orlando, regarding unfair online reviews and how this is impacting businesses.
  • 1233 ABC Newcastle interviewed Professor Paul James, regarding the importance of political leaders standing up during a crisis, contrasting the current situation in Ukraine with Australia's upcoming election.
  • The Conversation (opens in a new window) published an article authored by Emeritus Professor David Rowe, titled 'Ash Barty retires marching to her own beat. What’s next for the multi-talented, restless spirit?' Syndicated by Yahoo! News Australia and 1 other.
  • The Conversation (opens in a new window) published an article authored by Emeritus Professor Timothy Rowse, titled 'Distance, dispassion and the remaking of Australian History'.
  • The Fifth Estate (opens in a new window) republished an opinion piece co-authored by Professor Nicky Morrison, titled 'Under-resourced and undermined: as floods hit south-west Sydney, our research shows councils aren’t prepared'. Originally published by The Conversation.
  • ArtsHub (opens in a new window) published an 'opportunities and awards wrap’. The piece mentions that an Australian Research Council project, titled 'Parallel – Structural Change With, Beside and Beyond the Museum' has announced six curatorial fellows. Participating organisations include Western Sydney University's Institute for Culture and Society.
  • Dr Tanya Notley comments on reports that Facebook has reached an agreement with News Corp to pay for journalistic content in Australia. Coverage includes: The New York Times, Vanity Fair, The Indian Express, Press News Agency, USA News Hub, DNYUZ, Earth Info Now, Tech Register, Newsfeeds.Media, Up News Info, News Chant, NRK (Norway – translated) and Granthshala News.
  • The Sydney Morning Herald (print) published an article titled 'We're becoming keen to go green', about green suburbs in Sydney. Professor Nicky Morrison, is quoted in the article.
  • Daily Maverick (opens in a new window) republished an opinion piece authored by Dr Joanne Orlando, titled 'From ‘Vladdy daddy’ to fake TikToks: how to guide your child through Ukraine news online. Originally published by The Conversation.
  • Australian Daily Bulletin (opens in a new window) republished an opinion piece authored by Emeritus Professor David Rowe, titled 'Vale Shane Warne: a cricketing genius who lived a life of ‘no regrets’. Originally published by The Conversation.
  • Republic World (opens in a new window) republished an article authored by Emeritus Professor David Rowe, titled 'Vale Shane Warne: a cricketing genius who lived a life of ‘no regrets’. Syndicated 8 further times. Originally published in The Conversation.
  • The Conversation (opens in a new window) published an article authored by Emeritus Professor David Rowe, titled 'Vale Shane Warne: a cricketing genius who lived a life of ‘no regrets’.  Syndicated by The Economic Times, The Canberra Times and 137 others.
  • 3AW (opens in a new window) interviewed Emeritus Professor David Rowe, regarding sporting sanctions on Russia.
  • The West Australian (Print)reported that the head of a private primary school in Perth’s south east has issued a warning to parents not to let their children watch “deeply disturbing” and “horrific” footage of the Ukraine crisis posted on TikTok. Dr Joanne Orlando, is quoted in the article. Syndicated by The West Australian (online) and 2 others.
  • Insights Magazine (opens in a new window) published an article authored by Dr Joanne Orlando, titled 'From ‘Vladdy daddy’ to fake TikToks: how to guide your child through Ukraine news online'. Originally published by The Conversation.
  • 1233 ABC Newcastle interviewed Professor Paul James, regarding an announcement by the Greens that they will offer a ten-year jobs guarantee for coal workers under an ambitious $19 billion election commitment. Syndicated by ABC Upper Hunter AM.
  • The Conversation (opens in a new window) published an opinion piece by Dr Joanne Orlando, titled 'From ‘Vladdy daddy’ to fake TikToks: how to guide your child through Ukraine news online'. Syndicated by NZ Herald and 7 others.
  • Mirage News (opens in a new window) reported that eSafety is establishing an Online Safety Youth Advisory Council for young people. The article quotes Professor Amanda Third, who led the study that engaged young people in designing how the Youth Advisory Council will operate. Syndicated by National Tribune (opens in a new window) and 2 others.
  • TechCrunch (opens in a new window) reported that TikTok has announced it’s making a financial contribution and collaborating with Western Sydney University’s Young and Resilient Research Centre to support further research to explore the challenges involved in keeping young people safe online with real world data. Professor Amanda Third, is quoted saying the contribution will “help to develop research to inform policies, programs and interventions to minimise the risks and maximise the benefits of the digital age for young people”. Syndicated by Yahoo! Finance and 22 others.
  • News Room NZ (opens in a new window) republished a piece authored by Associate Professor Tanya Notley, titled 'How media literacy can fight misinformation' as part three of a series on the worsening spread of false information online. The piece was originally published by 360info.
  • The Canberra Times republished a piece authored by PhD Candidate Lisa Portolan, titled 'What is a ‘soft’ or ‘hard’ relationship launch? Explaining the celebrity-led trend'. The piece was originally published by The Conversation.
  • EastMojo (opens in a new window) published a piece authored by Associate Professor Tanya Notley, titled 'Misinformation won’t go away but media literacy can help fight it'.
  • The Week published an article authored by Associate Professor Tanya Notley, titled 'Misinformation won’t go away but media literacy can help fight it'. Devdiscourse also noted the article.
  • The Conversation (opens in a new window) published an article authored by PhD Candidate Lisa Portolan, titled 'What is a ‘soft’ or ‘hard’ relationship launch? Explaining the celebrity led trend'. Syndicated by Yahoo! News Australia and 1 other.
  • Mirage News (opens in a new window) reported that eSafety is establishing an Online Safety Youth Advisory Council for young people. The article quotes Professor Amanda Third, who led the study that engaged young people in designing how the Youth Advisory Council will operate. Syndicated by National Tribune and 9 others.
  • The Conversation (opens in a new window) published an opinion piece titled, 'Exploring Western Sydney, the Immigrant Experience and Loss of Culture: Here Out West Is a True Modern Australian Tale' by Dr Sukhmani Khorana. Syndicated by Australian Arts Review and Lifehacker Australia.
  • Channel 7 News at 4 reported that new research shows that regular scrolling through social media is having a negative impact on young Australians. Dr Joanne Orlando, is interviewed saying Instagram’s new ‘Body Kind Online’ campaign is a step in the right direction, but more needs to be done.
  • Sunrise reported that new research out today shows that regular scrolling through social media is having a negative impact on young Australians. Dr Joanne Orlando, is interviewed saying Instagram’s new ‘Body Kind Online’ campaign is a step in the right direction, but more needs to be done.
  • The West Australian (opens in a new window) Tagg Australia, and The Sound Telegraph republished an article authored by Emeritus Professor David Rowe, titled ‘What the Ash Barty and ‘Special K’ tennis triumphs say about Australia and the buttoned-up sport industry’. Originally published by The Conversation.
  • The Conversation (opens in a new window) published a piece authored by Emeritus Professor David Rowe, titled ‘What the Ash Barty and ‘Special K’ tennis triumphs say about Australia and the buttoned-up sport industry’. The piece was republished by Yahoo! News Australia.
  • The Guardian – Australia News (opens in a new window) publishes an article titled ‘Healing can begin with a handshake: inside Sydney’s only Aboriginal-run drug and alcohol counselling centre’. Associate Professor George Morgan, is quoted in the piece.
  • ABC Radio National interviewed Associate Professor Alana Lentin, about the discourse of race in Australia.
  • Nine Today interviewed Dr Joanne Orlando, about the technology habits of adults. Syndicated nationally across the Nine TV network.
  • ABC News (opens in a new window) interviewed Dr Tanya Notley, about public pressure on online platforms to address misinformation, including singer songwriter Neil Young’s ultimatum aimed at Spotify. Syndicated nationally across the ABC Radio network.
  • The Mercury - print discussed the popularity of The Ashes, noting a past article by Emeritus Professor David Rowe, titled ‘The Ashes: time to replay the postcolonial pantomime’. Originally published to The Conversation.
  • Over60 (opens in a new window) republished an article co-authored by Dr Youqing Fan, titled ‘Affordable housing lessons from Sydney, Hong Kong and Singapore: 3 keys to getting the policy mix right’. Originally published to The Conversation.
  • ABC Radio National interviewed Dr Joanne Orlando, on taking control and managing technology, personal devices and smartphone usage.
  • The Daily Telegraph (opens in a new window), The Herald Sun (opens in a new window), The Mercury, and The Courier-Mail (opens in a new window) (print articles syndicated nationally, PDF attached) quoted Dr Joanne Orlando, on screen time allowances for kindergarten children in a Back to School guide for parents.
  • Al Jazeera English interviewed Emeritus Professor David Rowe, on the Australian government’s decision to cancel tennis star Novak Djokovic’s visa and the current Australian political climate surrounding COVID-19.
  • Women’s Agenda (opens in a new window) republished an article co-authored by Associate Professor Philippa Collin, and Dr Michelle Catanzaro, titled: ‘Disappointment and disbelief’ after Morrison government vetoes research into student climate activism’. Originally published to The Conversation.