Due Date: February 6, 2019
Applications are open for the Dart Center Ochberg Fellowship2019. The Ochberg Fellowships, their flagship international program, is a distinct workshop that brings together reporters from around the globe who want to deepen their understanding of injury and enhance protection of violence, dispute and disaster for a week of workshops and discussions.
Reporting properly and credibly on violence or distressing occasions– on street criminal offense and household violence, natural catastrophes and mishaps, war and genocide– is a significant obstacle. Because 1999 the Dart Center for Journalism and Injury, a task of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, has actually combined impressive reporters from around the globe to checking out vital problems around news protection of dispute, injury and disaster.
Fellows go to an extensive weeklong program of workshops held at Columbia University in New York City City. Program activities consist of rundowns by popular interdisciplinary specialists in the injury and psychological health fields; discussions with reporter coworkers on problems of principles, craft and practice, and and a range of other chances for intellectual engagement and peer knowing.
- The Ochberg Fellowships are open to impressive reporters (with a minimum of 5 years experience) working throughout all media.
- Previous Fellows have actually varied from small-town and local general-assignment and criminal offense press reporters to war professional photographers and foreign reporters for worldwide wire service. Candidates’ work need to show journalistic quality and a strong performance history of covering violence and its influence on people, households or neighborhoods.
- Fellowships are open to print, broadcast and digital press reporters, professional photographers, editors and manufacturers with a minimum of 5 years of expert journalism experience are qualified to use. Roughly half of the Fellows will be based in The United States and Canada, with the balance drawn from Central and South America, Europe, the Asia Pacific area, Africa and the Middle East.
- All fellowship workshops are performed in English. Fellows need to be proficient in spoken English to take part in the program.
Candidates are evaluated by an evaluating committee consisted of Dart Center personnel, Fellowship professors and previous Fellows. Choice is not based upon any single element. Judges’ think about a range of aspects, with a focus on whether candidates:
- Demonstrate constant and thoughtful journalistic engagement with problems of violence, dispute, disaster and their after-effects;-LRB- **************).
- Have actually shown journalistic quality and management;-LRB- **************).
- Will likely benefit personally and expertly from the Fellowship experience and contribute meaningfully to the program.
Other factors to consider might consist of geographical and other variety, and general group structure.
The evaluating committee will evaluate applications and choose 12 fellows for2019 Picked fellows will be alerted by e-mail.
For additional information, go to Ochberg Fellowship