John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford

Date limite : 04 déc. 2019

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John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford

Each year,  the John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford bring together up to 20 fellows from around the world to work on ideas to address the most urgent problems facing journalism. If you aspire to be a leader who can help reimagine and transform journalism, you should apply for this program.

From September to June, JSK Fellows spend their time on individual and collaborative projects to address these challenges. Fellows also participate in special workshops and weekly events, explore the abundant resources on the Stanford campus and in Silicon Valley, and have the option of sitting in on classes. Stanford is home to some of the leading initiatives in journalism and communication, including the Computational Journalism Lab, the Virtual Human Interaction Lab and the Brown Institute for Media Innovation. They enthusiastically include spouses, partners and families in fellowship life. If you are looking for a sabbatical or a solitary experience, the JSK Fellowships is not the program for you.

Applicants should propose a project that is focused on addressing some aspect of  what they believe are the most urgent problems facing journalism:

They expect that JSK Fellows will explore a range of issues in pursuing their projects, such as audience engagement, data science and new business models, and that they may leverage the technology of all kinds, including artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things.

Diversity of background, experience, and viewpoints is a fundamental value of their program. Applicants must demonstrate their ability and desire to work collaboratively and respectfully with people with a range of ideas and perspectives. They want fellows who arrive at Stanford with more questions than answers, and who are open to having their assumptions and ideas challenged.

Their fellows have access to classes at Stanford, but they are not an academic program. They encourage our fellows to explore the breadth of Stanford and Silicon Valley, which extends far beyond the classroom.

They do not award fellowships to support:


U.S. applicants typically have at least seven years of full-time professional experience; international applicants typically have at least five years of experience. They will consider less experienced applicants who have outstanding achievements. They do not require applicants to have a college degree.

Professional background

They consider applicants in these categories:

They do not accept applications from people working in public information or public relations jobs, for trade and house newsletters or magazines, for government agencies, or in academic positions.

They provide JSK Fellows with several financial benefits, including a stipend of USD 85,000. In addition to this stipend, they provide an additional supplement for fellows with children. They also cover the cost of Stanford tuition and Stanford health care for fellows, spouses and children. They also help fellows find housing.

Other benefits of a JSK Fellowship:

Elements of a JSK application:

For more information, please visit the official web page.

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