Past Fellows: 2013-2014

Class of 2014

2013-2014 Fellows and their study projects are:

Petra Bartosiewicz, writer (Harper’s, LA Magazine, The New York Times); The institutionalization of the War on Terror

Jenny Baxter, head of production, BBC News; How can large news organizations adapt for the ongoing digital media revolution?

Martin Bidegaray, business reporter, Clarin (Buenos Aires); Dynasties: Families and the newspapers they own

Sylvia Colombo, Buenos Aires correspondent, Folha de Sao Paulo; The final years of the Brazilian Monarchy

Patrick Coolican, columnist, Las Vegas Sun; Sports and gambling

Ilja Herb, photographer (National Geographic (DE), Canadian Geographic), Enbridge and its transport of bitumen and documentary filming

Laura Holson, staff writer, The New York Times; Creation and promotion of digital storytelling

Michael Innes, senior journalist, BBC World Service; The use of Syrian citizen journalists by international media outlets

Si-haeng Jeong, staff writer, World News Desk, Chosun Ilbo (Seoul); Women’s leadership in Korean and international politics

Bonney Kapp, producer, CBS News; The impact of the proliferation of news outlets on presidential politics

Ruhullah Khapalwak,correspondent (CNN, The New York Times, Al Jazeera English); The effects of the digital revolution on journalism in the developing world

Louisa Lim, Beijing Correspondent, NPR; China’s post-Tiananmen political development: can its political system survive?

Curt Nickisch, reporter, WBUR (Boston); Can technological education stop displacing American middle-class jobs?

Marcia Pledger, columnist, The Plain Dealer (Cleveland); Business Etiquette writer

Cynthia Rodriguez, reporter, WNYC (New York Public Radio); The connection between poverty and mental illness in the US and abroad

Megha Satyanarayana, reporter, Detroit Free Press; Genetically modified foods: the fact and fiction of what we eat

Toni Sciaretta, senior financial journalist, Folha de Sao Paulo; Brazil’s financial infrastructure

Laura Starecheski, radio producer, State of the Re-Union; American perpetrators and media coverage of violence

Alex Stone, writer and author (The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, NPR); The science of addiction

Scott Tong, correspondent, Market Place Public Radio; Comparative innovation eco-systems and innovation history in China

James Wellford, photo editor (formerly Newsweek); A news platform focused on words and experiences of photojournalists

 

 

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