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DEADLINE: USC Annenberg Data Fellowship
Founded 15 years ago, the Center for Health Journalism at USC's Annenberg School of Journalism, is known nationally as the pre-eminent training program nationally for journalists on community health and children's issues.
We'll bring journalists to Los Angeles at our expense from October 17-20; provide four days of intensive training in data acquisition, cleansing, analysis and visualization techniques; and then send them home to work on a substantive reporting project. The sessions will be led by two of the nation's most respected data journalists -- Paul Overberg, a data reporter for the Wall St. Journal, and Stanford Professor Cheryl Phillips, former data innovation editor at the Seattle Times -- with assistance from other top data journalists from around the country. We'll also bring your editor to L.A. for a half-day Editor-Fellow Workshop.