Through the Nieman-Berkman Klein Fellowship in Journalism Innovation, people are brought to Harvard University to work on a particular line of inquiry or project pertaining to journalism innovation.
- Host Country: United States of America
- Study Abroad: Study in US
- Scholarship Eligible Countries: International
- Reward: Full Scholarship
- Deadline: 9th January 2023
About The Scholarship
Both the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society and the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard have long-running fellowship programs that provide a year of education and interaction with other members of the Harvard community. Their mutual objectives are innovation, journalism, and the advancement of the digital world.
Proposals from Nieman-Berkman Klein Candidates for the fellowship may address any topic pertaining to the digital transformation of journalism. Examples include developing fresh revenue streams to support journalism, creating brand-new reporting tools, or doing studies on how people consume news. Candidates must detail how their ideas would advance journalism.
- People whose research on the Internet and society may be related to ongoing projects at the Berkman Klein Center and may introduce our community to fresh opportunities and ideas are encouraged to apply for the Nieman-Berkman Klein Fellowship.
- People who believe that spending a year as a fellow in our diverse community would expedite their efforts and advance their ongoing personal and professional development are encouraged to apply to the Nieman-Berkman Klein Fellowship.
There are two ways follows can get stipends:
- Funding for the Berkman Klein Center: The Center only has a small budget to sustain fellows. Those selected through the open call for applications as Berkman Klein Center funded fellows are eligible to receive stipends of $75,000.
- External funding: These applicants provide their own financial assistance in the form of a grant, scholarship, sabbatical, or other similar arrangement. In addition to this support, the Berkman Klein Center will provide a $10,000 extra stipend for living, travel, and research costs.
Method of Application:
Candidates who wish to apply for the Nieman-Berkman Klein Fellowships for 2023–2024 should fill out the fellowship application and indicate in the appropriate section that they are interested in being considered for the program.
- For more information visit the Program Webpage