Maree Curtis is a journalist who has been the program manager for the Graduate Diploma in Journalism for the past nine years.
Maree Curtis is a print journalist with 20 years experience as a reporter, writer and editor for state and national newspapers and magazines.
After completing her cadetship at The Sun, Maree worked as a news reporter before specialising for several years in medical journalism. After two years as Melbourne editor for Woman’s Day magazine, Maree returned to newspapers as a writer and section editor with the Herald Sun before joining the Sunday Age as a writer and editor of the Life section. Maree then moved to The Age as a news reporter and feature writer before taking up the position as senior writer for News Ltd's Sunday Magazine.
Maree has taught as a sessional tutor, guest lecturer and short-course coordinator at RMIT since the mid-90s. She joined the School of Applied Communication as a lecturer in 2004 and was appointed Journalism programs coordinator in 2007.
- Oakham, M.,Curtis, M. (2015). Selling celebrity: the inherent tension between journalism and public relations in the production of celebrity profiles In: The Profiling Handbook, Abramis Academic Publishing, Bury St Edmonds, England.