For one year beginning this fall, Nieman will be offering remote visiting fellowships in support of projects that advance racial justice and public health journalism in the U.S.
Visiting fellows will be working remotely but be in regular contact with Nieman staff, Harvard experts, and members of Nieman’s vast alumni network, who can serve as advisers.
Fellows may also make use of the extensive resources at Harvard University, including scholars, research centers and libraries, either in developing a project that can be completed during the visiting fellowship or as part of a larger undertaking that continues after the fellowship period ends.
As a fellow, you will also be virtually invited to attend relevant programs.
Those selected may also request specialized training for their newsrooms and/or project-related funding that can be used to develop, launch or expand an initiative around newsroom representation or public health journalism.
The fellowship is open to the broadest range of journalists, from those with legacy affiliations to those who work independently.
More details can be found here.