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Together with a group of fellows from all over the world, you’ll pursue and develop your innovation ideas and practices, with all the resources of Stanford and Silicon Valley.
Being a Fellow
Meet the Fellows
The current group of Knight Fellows showcases journalists and journalism entrepreneurs from around the world.
At the 2015 Symposium, journalists and scientists discussed the challenge of explaining slow-moving environmental changes in an impactful way.
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?
A group of more than 100 journalists and technologists gathered in Berkeley recently for the first-ever conference focused specifically on the use of drones in reporting.
The journalists chosen represent a wide range of experience, from established newspapers and broadcast networks like the Washington Post and Southern California Public Radio to newer ventures like Vox and Re/code.
I interviewed dozens of historians, archivists, librarians, journalists and executives, who care about preserving the news, but no one has it quite figured out.
“We’re really excited about this group of international fellows,” said JSK Director James Bettinger. “We think they’re going to have a major impact on journalism in their home countries.”
At Migrahacks, we’re proving that hackers aren’t just young white men, the typical image portrayed in Silicon Valley.