Looking at the list of Patterson Foundation fellowship winners, it’s nice to see that a couple of them are going to spend the next year documenting details of a business story.
Susan Reed, a freelance writer from Cambridge, Mass., is going to spend her time researching “activism in the corporation.” Ken Ward, a reporter for the Charleston Gazette in West Virginia, is going to research “the curse of coal.”
You can see past stories here.
Recipients spend their fellowship months traveling, researching, and writing articles on their projects for the APF REPORTER, a quarterly magazine published by the Foundation and available via Web site. Fellowsâ€™ articles and photo essays are reprinted in newspapers, magazines, textbooks and websites worldwide and have led to award-winning articles, books and documentaries.
Fellows are paid $17.500 for a six-month grant and $35,000 for a 12-month grant. All of the winners are found here.