Past Fellows: 2011-2012
2011- 2012 Fellows and their study projects are:
Adam Allington, reporter, St. Louis Public Radio (KWMU); Transportation and Other
Development Issues in the Midwest.
Charlie Frago, reporter, Arkansas Democrat-Gazette; Prosperity Gospel: How Unscrupulous Preachers Fleece the Poor Around the World.
Steve Friess, freelance writer (Newsweek, L.A. Weekly); The Spread of Las Vegas-Style Gambling in China.
McKenzie Funk, freelance writer (National Geographic, Rolling Stone); Economics: The Growth Paradigm.
Vanessa Gezari, freelance writer (St. Petersburg Times, The Washington Post); The Roots of Afghanistan's Storytelling Tradition.
Julian Gorodischer, editor-in-chief,
Ñ Magazine, Clarin (Buenos Aires); Cultural Chronicles and Narrative Writing.
Evan Halper, Sacramento bureau chief, Los Angeles Times; The Race to Dominate the Green Economy.
Roger Harrabin, environmental analyst, BBC (London); Scarcity: How many rich people can the Earth take?
Andrea Hsu, producer, "All Things Considered," NPR; Innovative approaches to Healthcare Awareness.
Alencar Izidoro, reporter, Folha de Sao Paulo; Urban Centers and Public Transportation.
Jung-wan Joo, senior reporter, JoongAng Ilbo (Seoul); Changes in the financial markets after the 2008 global financial crisis.
Susanne Koelbl, foreign correspondent, Der Spiegel (Berlin); Syria and its relationship with its neighbors.
Marcelo Leite, opinion editor, Folha de Sao Paulo; Economic History and the position Brazil holds among the BRIC countries.
Tim Marchman, freelance writer (The Wall Street Journal, SportsIllustrated.com); Sports as Cultural Expressions.
Phillip Morris, metro columnist, The (Cleveland) Plain Dealer; The Role of Social Media in Creating Social Change.
Sarah Robbins, senior producer, BBC World News America; The Economy of Brazil.
Aisha Sultan, home/family editor and columnist, St. Louis Post-Dispatch; Raising Children in a Digital Society.
Katie Zezima, reporter and New England bureau manager, The New York Times; Prescription Drug Abuse.