Midcareer journalists can apply for a fellowship at the University of Michigan.
The Knight-Wallace Journalism Fellowship, sponsored by the University of Michigan, brings exceptional journalists from the United States and abroad together for a year of academic study. Fellows devise a personalized plan of study with access to the courses and resources at the university.
Typically, 12 Americans are joined by six international colleagues. Applicants must be granted a leave of absence for the academic year from their employers.
Applicants must have at least five years of professional experience. Print, broadcast and online journalists are eligible to apply. U.S. fellows receive US$70,000 and have their tuition and travel costs covered by the program. The stipend for international fellows varies.
The deadline for U.S. and international applicants is Feb. 1.
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