RIP: Julius Duscha, first Stanford PJF associate director

Julius Duscha (photo: courtesy of Steve Duscha)

Julius Duscha, associate director of the Stanford Professional Journalism Fellowships in the program’s early years, died July 2 at his home in San Francisco. He was 90.

Four Steps to Making Data Count

T. Miller, 2012 Knight Fellow

Almost from the beginning of reporting, I’m thinking about how to personify and narrafy the story. I’m doing digitizing and datafying.

My partner got a fellowship at Stanford, and so did I

Clotilde Vascony at the Bechtel International Center, Stanford University.

All the benefits that open to fellows are also open to us, their affiliates!

JSK director to leave after next year

Jim Bettinger

JSK Director Jim Bettinger shares some news — the 2015-16 academic year will be his last as director of the John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships program.

15 tips on how to prepare a grant proposal for a journalism project

Taking notes

Even though it is a writing task, crafting a proposal for a grant officer can be a tough job for a journalist.

Using Data for the Culture Beat

Janelle Monáe

Political, business, finance, health reporters and others use data for their beats, how can culture editors and reporters use data techniques to help us do our jobs better?