Past Fellows: 2012-2013

Class of 2012

2012- 2013 Fellows and their study projects are:

Kate Brooks, photographer (The New Yorker, Smithsonian)
Ecological preservation in an overpopulated world with diminishing resources

Silvio Cioffi, travel editor, Folha de Sao Paulo
E-publishing

Nigel Doran, senior broadcast journalist, BBC World Service
South Korea’s soft-power ambitions

Rachel Dry, deputy editor of Outlook, The Washington Post
Women and the leadership gap

Shai Gal, correspondent, Channel 2 (Tel Aviv)
Do extremists control our life?

Joanne Gerstner, sports writer (The New York Times, ESPN)
Concussions in athletes

Suzette Hackney, staff writer, Detroit Free Press
Enhancing traditional journalism with technology

Amy Haimerl, editor-in-chief, USAA Magazine
Abandoned places and the American dream

Markian Hawryluk, health reporter, The Bulletin (Bend, OR)
Artificial hearts and their medical, economic and ethical ramifications

Donovan Hohn, features editor, GQ Magazine
The Russo-Polish War seen through literary eyes

Sam Hudzik, political reporter, WBEZ-FM (Chicago)
Breaking through to distracted audiences

Jong-Seok Kim, assistant editor, Sports and Leisure, DongA Ilbo (Seoul)
Sports business and the Winter Olympics

Tristram Korten, writer (The Atlantic, Fast Company)
An economic model for sustainable healthcare

Justin Maiman, supervising producer, Bloomberg TV
The next financial crisis

Tracie McMillan, writer (The New York Times, Saveur.com)
Education and social change

Federico Monjeau, music critic, Clarin (Buenos Aires)
American music in the 20th century

Josh Neufeld, cartoonist (SMITH Magazine, Cartoon Movement)
Bahrain’s Pearl Movement

Amir Paivar, business reporter, BBC Persian TV
Are economic sanctions an effective foreign policy tool?

Sabine Righetti, science and health reporter, Folha de Sao Paulo
The methodologies of university rankings

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