The James S. and John L. Knight Foundation is delighted to invite applications for the Knight Science Journalism Fellowship Program. Journalists from all nations are welcome to apply. The winning fellows will have a chance to participate in a fellowship program at both MIT and Harvard University. He or she will receive stipend of $70,000.
James S. and John L. Knight Foundation is offering Knight Science Journalism Fellowship Program. The KSJ fellowship is a chance to do outstanding work, gain new depth of understanding in a particular area of science, study with some of the world’s leading researchers, develop or expand on skills including podcasting, video, data journalism, animation techniques and more.
The winning fellows will receive benefit of a $70,000 stipend, spend an academic year in Cambridge, Massachusetts, studying at both MIT and Harvard University, and enjoy a rich offering of science seminars, training workshops and field trips offered by KSJ.
Level and Area of Studies
This is a non-degree program in journalism field.
Place of Study
In the United States of America.
Eligibility and Criteria
The Knight Science Journalism Fellowship is open to:
- Science journalists from around the world to can apply for this unique and career-enhancing opportunity.
- Journalists who are specializing in coverage of science, medicine, technology are eligible to apply.
There is no nationality restriction.
Detail guideline can be learn at the website and application link below.
Updated every year.