Steve (31) is the former Creative Director of Core Concepts, a graphic design and marketing company and has worked freelance for a number of political parties and organisations in political communication. Other previous experience includes Policy Officer of the Union of Students in Ireland, and a Project Coordinator in the National Educational Welfare Board.
Steve is currently completing a PhD investigating the social impact of the Irish student movement.
He is also an associate lecture in Digital Media Skills in DCU.
Newspaper and periodicles
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Books and papers
Conlon, S. (2010) ’Students: Consumers or Citizens?’ in ‘Reinventing The University: Creating a new vision’, Munck, R. & Mohrman K. 2010. Dublin: Glasnevin Publishing. More at: http://www.jion.ie/glasnevin/munck.html
Conlon, S. (2011) Revolting Students: The student movement of Ireland, a social movement? An analysis of the student movement from 1959-1969, Dublin: Dublin City University.
Nominations, awards and citations
This blog has been shortlisted twice in the national blog awards and was the winner of ‘Blog of the Year’ in the national student media awards 2010.
Steve was also a runner-up for ‘Journalist of the Year’ in the national student media awards 2010 and is the current holder of the Board of Irish College Societies award ‘Website of the Year’ and a DCUMI Award for ‘Best Website 2010′.
Tallyman.ie has been referenced by the following mainstream media organisations:
This blog represents his own personal opinion and not that of his employers.