The Nieman Foundation Launches Scholarship to Improve Journalistic Projects

Por Datasketch
19 Jul 2017

The Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University offers short-term scholarships aimed at the realization of research projects that promote development and journalistic activity. Projects can include topics such as programming, design, financial strategies, among others.

 

Media officers, programmers, media analysts, web designers, academics and journalists can apply for this scholarship.

 

The scholarships will last up to 12 weeks, depending on the scope of the projects. Fellows will have access to Harvard University resources, including research centers, libraries and contacts with the academic body.

 

Fellows will receive a stipend depending on the duration of their scholarships, as well as accommodation during their stay at Harvard. The last day to submit applications is September 29th.

 

You can have more information here.

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