Harvard journalism fellowship accepting applications [Worldwide]

Deadline: 18/12/11

Journalists interested in researching the Internet and its role in society can apply for a one-year fellowship in Massachusetts.

The Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University hosts the fellowship that gives innovators an opportunity to participate in the center’s projects or design research projects of their own.

Fellows will conduct much of their work on Harvard’s campus, helping to develop and advance Berkman Center projects and participating in forums, events and weekly Fellow gatherings.

Applicants must submit a resume, statement of motivation, outline of proposed research, one recent work sample in English related to Internet research and two reference letters.

The deadline is December 18.

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