The School of Communication is a member of the Campus Consortium of the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting. The consortium is a core component of the Center's efforts to create awareness campaigns around global systemic issues. The Pulitzer Center relies on their extensive international network of journalists and partner institutions to foster broader discussions and more nuanced analysis of concerns that span disciplines, from journalism and business to law, religion and public health.
Pulitzer Center Fellows are selected for international reporting projects involving underreported systemic issues. Center staff and journalists act as mentors throughout the fellowship, with final products featured on the Pulitzer Center website. Fellows also work with the Pulitzer Center in efforts to further disseminate the work through media partners.
The Pulitzer Center asks fellowship winners to return from destination countries with multi-media projects that play to the student's strength. Stated differently, the student may produce a print story illustrated with still photos, plus a short video. Or he/she may produce a short film complemented by still photos and a print story.
- Any current SOC graduate or undergraduate student may apply for the fellowship.
- Enrolled full-time (minimum 9 credits for graduate students; 12 credits for undergraduate students)
- U.S. citizenship, permanent resident status, or international application
How to Apply
- Download application
- Completed Application (submit hard copy and electronic copy to Bill Gentile)
- A 250-word project description, this is a key component to a successful application
- 2-3 examples of work
- One letter of recommendation, can be from one of the references
Application Deadline: March 31