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Mid-career journalists with a minimum of three years' experience in reporting science, medicine, environment or technology for the public may apply for Knight Science Journalism Fellowships at MIT — an academic year spent attending courses and participating in weekly seminars with top researchers. Applicants must be full-time reporters, writers, editors, producers, illustrators, filmmakers or photojournalists, either freelance or on staff. This includes work for newspapers, magazines, television, radio, and digital media. There are no educational prerequisites. Professionals working in public information, public relations, the trade press, government or academia are not eligible.
Fellows receive a $75,000 stipend, a $3,000 relocation allowance, and other benefits, including basic health insurance for each fellow and their family. Under the terms of MIT residency, fellows must refrain from paid professional work during the course of the 9-month program, unless written permission has been granted by the director.
Deadline: Jan 15, 2023.