The fellowship program, running from June 27 though June 30, provides up to 12 college and university journalism educators with three days of seminars, training and discussion, as well as financial support for innovative curriculum development.
Resources for Fellowships
Ten journalists from around the world have been awarded the 2011 Dart Center Ochberg Fellowship.
Apply online now for an intensive program, to be held in Baltimore Oct. 31 to Nov. 5, designed to help mid-career journalists improve coverage of traumatic events. Deadline for entries is July 27.
Fourteen journalism educators from the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Australia will gather at Columbia University in June for intensive training on teaching accurate, ethical, and sensitive coverage of tragedy.
The crossfire of drug-related violence is rendering farming towns along the U.S.-Mexico border virtually uninhabitable. Texas Monthly staff writer Cecilia Balli, a 2010 Dart Center Ochberg Fellow, reports on residents of one border town who live amid escalating terror.
Fourteen editors and senior newsgatherers from throughout the Asia Pacific region are recipients of the 2011 Dart Asia Fellowships, sponsored by Dart Centre Australasia.
The Dart Asia Fellowships offer senior journalists and their editors in Asia an opportunity to improve coverage of tragic events.
Jim Trotter has spent a long career in journalism working with writers and with words. Accepting the Dart Society's 2010 Mimi Award for excellence as an editor at the Denver Press Club Sept. 25, he reflects on the courage and compassion required to tell difficult stories well.