O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism – Deadline Extended  

The O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism is extending its deadline for potential fellows in the 2020-2021 academic year to March 4, 2020. Below is an overview of what you can expect from this fellowship: Reporters from around the country have partnered with the O’Brien Fellowship to produce great investigative/explanatory projects annually since 2013. Their journalism has…

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Spotlight Investigative Journalism Fellowship

Are you an experienced journalist with a great idea for an investigation? Do you want to work with one of the most respected investigative teams in American journalism? Apply for the Spotlight Investigative Journalism Fellowship. If you are selected, you will receive up to $100,000 and help from editors and reporters on the Boston Globe…

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Ted Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism Center for Environmental Journalism 

Ted Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism Center for Environmental Journalism  Take your journalism skills to the next level and deepen your understanding of environmental issues by applying for the 2020- 2021 Ted Scripps Fellowships in Environmental Journalism. Five accepted candidates will audit courses, participate in weekly seminars and field trips, and work on a significant…

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Knight-Wallace Fellowships for Journalists

Deadline for applications: February 1, 2020 Advance your journalism career with a Knight-Wallace Fellowship. Accomplished journalists, who are eager for growth and deeply committed to the future of journalism, pursue studies and collaborative learning at the University of Michigan to deepen knowledge, develop ideas, learn new skills and address challenges facing the journalism industry. Experienced,…

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McGraw Fellowship for Business Journalism

Do you — or a reporter you know — have a great idea for an investigative or enterprise story that “Follows the Money,”  but few resources to get it done? If so, the McGraw Fellowship for Business Journalism, an initiative of the Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York, would…

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2020 Quattrone Investigative Reporters’ Fellowships in Justice Journalism

DEADLINE for Applications: Dec. 16, 2019  Applications are now being accepted from working journalists, editors and columnists to apply for special fellowships in justice investigative reporting. Up to five fellowships will be available to experienced working reporters to train or assist them in developing projects that apply the “Sentinel Events” technique now used in pilot…

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Investigative Reporting Fellow

Reporters from around the country have partnered with the O’Brien Fellowship to produce great investigative/explanatory projects annually since 2013. Their journalism has examined water pollution, deaths of mentally ill inmates in America’s jails, overlooked stumbling blocks facing schools, exploitation of undocumented workers, homicides, a failed mental health system and more. For nine months, O’Brien fellows take up residence in Milwaukee, travel domestically or overseas…

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Enter the Al Nakkula Police Writing Contest

Submissions being accepted for the national Al Nakkula Police Writing Contest, recognizing outstanding law-enforcement reporting during 2019.  First-place prize $2,000. Award presented at the Denver Press Club’s annual Damon Runyon dinner.  For details and instructions, visit https://www.colorado.edu/cmci/thenakaward Use discount code IREN20 for 10% off your entry fee.

Stigler Center Journalists in Residence Program

Launched in 2017, the Stigler Center Journalists in Residence Program provides a transformative learning experience for up-and-coming journalists from around the world, working in all forms of media. It aims to shape the next generation of leaders in business reporting. The program will take place over approximately 12 weeks at our Hyde Park campus, during which selected participants…

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Scholar in Residence

The Department of Journalism in the College of Media, Communication and Information (CMCI) at the University of Colorado Boulder invites applications for a Scholar in Residence. This is a non-tenure-track faculty position starting in August 2019 with an initial contract period of two years. The Scholar in Residence will teach courses in the Department of…

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