Columbia University offers journalism fellowships [Worldwide]
Journalists, educators and education policy researchers can apply for a US$75,000 fellowship.
The Spencer Fellowship for Education Reporting is open to journalists, educators and education policy researchers who want to develop an ambitious, long-form journalism project to advance the understanding of education.
- Columbia’s Graduate School of Journalism presents the Spencer Fellowship for Education Journalism, supporting long form journalism that enhances the public’s understanding of the American education system.
- Four fellows will be selected for one year of academic research at Columbia University with hands-on advising from education writing experts. Journalism projects must be published after completion.
- International journalists may apply but their projects must cover the American education system and be published and distributed in the United States.
- Applicants must submit a resume, writing samples, a reporting project proposal, at least three recommendation letters and a coursework proposal by Feb. 1, 2017.
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