Workshops and Fellowships

January 31, 2014

DEADLINE: Nieman Fellowships for Journalists

The Nieman Foundation will select at least 12 full-time U.S. journalists, including Global Health Reporting, Reynolds Fellowship in Business Journalism, Reynolds Fellowship in Community Journalism and Arts & Culture Fellowship. Spend 10 months at Harvard pursuing a course of study of your own design. $60,000 stipend plus housing, childcare and health insurance allowances. Deadline: January 31, 2014.

February 1, 2014

DEADLINE: Knight-Wallace Fellowships at Michigan

Full-time journalists in any media with five years' experience may apply for these 8-month Fellowships which are designed to broaden perspectives, nurture intellectual growth and inspire personal transformation. $70,000 stipend, plus all tuition, fees and Fellowship news tours. Deadline: Postmarked by February 1, 2014.

January 15, 2013

DEADLINE: Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford

Twelve U.S. journalists with minimum seven years' professional experience will receive nine months of study, intellectual growth, and personal change at one of the world's greatest universities. $65,000 stipend plus supplements for housing, child care, health insurance and books. Deadline: January 15, 2013.

May 5, 2014 to May 10, 2014

Santa Fe Science Writing Workshop

The 19th annual Workshop takes place May 5-10, 2014, in Santa Fe, NM, directed by New York Times science writers and authors Sandra Blakeslee and George Johnson. Apply early; there's usually a waiting list. The workshop is usually full by mid April.

December 1, 2014

DEADLINE: The Mesa Refuge

Choose a two- or four-week residency program for environmental writers, in Point Reyes Station, CA. Room and most dinners are provided at no cost. The program is open to both experienced and emerging writers. Deadline: Dec 1 for Spring 2015.

March 14, 2014

DEADLINE: Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada Media Fellowships

The Media Fellowships, valued at up to $10,000 each, offer up-and-coming and established journalists the opportunity to spend time in Asia, researching and preparing stories. Apply by March 14, 2014.

May 8, 2012

Beyond Ideology: How Should We Feed Ourselves If We Care About Nature?

Faced with ever-increasing population and ever-decreasing food systems, five scientists discuss the challenges and potential solutions that could feed the people and protect nature. The fourth installment of The New York Academy of Sciences' and The Nature Conservancy's four-part series Discourses on Nature and Society.

April 16, 2012

Nature and the City: What Good is Urban Conservation?

There's a new energy across the United States about recapturing nature in cities, but can these efforts rebuild biodiversity? Leading scientists, authors, and urban conservationists discuss the science behind and promise for today’s urban conservation efforts. The third installment of The New York Academy of Sciences' and The Nature Conservancy's four-part series Discourses on Nature and Society.

February 23, 2012

Creating the Next Conservation Movement—Or Do We Even Need One?

How can we build a new U.S. conservation and environmental movement to meet the challenges of the new century...or is the desire to mainstream environmentalism just a symptom of the problem? The second installment of The New York Academy of Sciences' and The Nature Conservancy's four-part series Discourses on Nature and Society.

January 12, 2012

Energy for the Next 20 Years: Protecting the Environment and Meeting Our Demands

How can Earth possibly meet its growing energy demands without destroying the environment? Experts on wind, nuclear, hydropower and other energy forms debate the most promising paths forward. The first installment of our four-part series Discourses on Nature and Society.

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Workshops and Fellowships