The Poynter Institute and the Charles Koch Institute Partner on Media and Journalism Fellowship

Today, the Poynter Institute, a global leader in journalism excellence, and the Charles Koch Institute announced the kick-off of the Poynter-Koch Media & Journalism Fellowship.

The yearlong program will give 45 early-career journalists access to faculty in the field, and will offer courses on First Amendment law, foundations of a free press, media ethics, reporting/storytelling techniques, and other related topics.

Read the full announcement here, and find more details regarding the fellowship’s faculty, curriculum, and application here.

Applications for the Poynter-Koch Media & Journalism Fellowship are now open, and the deadline for applications is May 10th.

10-29-2019 08:49am

Communities Overcoming Extremism Releases Report on Tools to Prevent Violence

The Communities Overcoming Extremism initiative recently released its report documenting ways to better understand the causes of intolerance and extremism.

Read more

10-14-2019 09:35am

Statement on the University of Wisconsin Regents’ Passage of a Mandatory Student Punishment Policy

Imposing mandatory minimum punishments without defining for students what actions will subject them to punishment will stifle campus dialogue rather than enrich it.

Read more

10-07-2019 11:47am

Statement from Will Ruger on Pullback of U.S. Troops from Syrian-Turkish Border

William Ruger, VP of Research and Policy at CKI, responds to the pullback of U.S. troops from Syrian-Turkish border. Read his statement.

Read more

Sign up for updates