Fellows come to Stanford to explore remedies to big issues facing journalism.
Will the creation of a drone journalism corps inspire the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in Africa?
Exploring ways to use drones to improve real-time frontline reporting while also addressing regulatory issues around their use.
Finding ways to give readers clear and useful information about where and how the clothing they buy is made.
How can news organizations capture and keep our online audiences amid so many constant distractions?
Exploring how news organizations can apply findings about the cognitive impact being online has on people to create better ways to reach and engage audiences.
Exploring ways to help journalists efficiently and effectively learn crucial skills.
Making relevant data easier to access and showing journalists the best ways to use it to produce rich, nuanced stories.
Journalists reporting on breaking stories often turn to social media to quickly find first-hand accounts, but the process is inefficient and difficult.
Exploring new ways to help editors at my newspaper, The Washington Post, complete the transformation to a digital-first operation.
How can we produce and distribute news from local communities in way that gets shared across a large urban area?
Testing ways to give residents of São Paulo, Brazil information they need to better understand issues affecting the whole region.
How can we use technology to create a digital, youth-driven global newsroom that adds a new voice to old media?
Tackling a challenge shared by newsrooms and classrooms: How to reach and engage youth across cultures.
Exploring ways to create a disruptive, sustainable network for training women to increase their involvement in data and visual storytelling.
This new media form, at the nexus of video games and journalism, can help news organizations engage young audiences in news.
How can we produce, and distribute online, universally relevant stories rooted in African-American experiences?
Re-imagining the role — or even definition — of black news media to help it keep pace in the digital era.
The country is one of the deadliest in the world for journalists, who live under threats of harassment, abduction and killing.
Finding ways to use new technologies that make radio production and dissemination less expensive and easier to help radio journalists tell important stories.
Empowering local journalists to leverage information that measures how well cities are addressing key issues such as crime, health and pollution.
Exploring ways technology can be used to analyze and visualize information from past stories in order to better inform editorial and operations strategies.
Exploring ways to expose journalists and journalism students to good science journalism practices.
Small and mid-sized newspapers — the vital source of news in most communities — need to expand their digital reach.
With the right tools, social media can be used to spot trends, find sources and so much more.
Can we do new forms of journalistic data gathering that are more cost effective, powerful, and transparent?
Finding ways to help journalists and news organizations more efficiently and comprehensively report on local, state and national issues in new ways.