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Introducing Columbia’s new Data Journalism program & $100,000 scholarship

Explore our new ​Data Journalism program, our dual degree in Journalism & Computer Science or The Lede summer certification program in computational journalism. Get hands-on training on how to extract, analyze, visualize data, become versed in computational journalism to tell cutting-edge, data-driven stories and build investigative skills. Learn more: https://journalism.columbia.edu/data.   Apply for the new Nikkei, Inc., $100,000 scholarship for a …

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Looking for Olympics fixers? A message from AAJA’s Seoul subchapter

As the PyeongChang Olympics approach, we are seeing a dramatic increase in demand for fixers and stringers.   If you are looking looking to hire a fixer in Korea, we can distribute your jobs listing to our community of local journalists and provide guidance on appropriate pay levels.   If you are a local journalist …

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**N3con(New,Now,Next!) early bird rates are out! **

Greetings from AAJA-Asia   Here are the list of announcements made on the newsletter!     N3Con 2017 DATES: May 19-21, 2017 in Hong Kong THEME: Social Disruption: Navigating the New Journalism WEBSITE: n3con.com As news becomes the news, early bookings indicate an excellent turnout this year. — A. Lightning Talk : Learn From My …

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Apply for Wall Street Journal Asia Fellowship at NYU

The Wall Street Journal, in association with New York University, is now accepting applications for the 2014 Wall Street Journal Asia Fellowship. The Fellowship provides promising journalists from Asia with the opportunity to participate in the three-semester masters program in the Business & Economic Reporting program at NYU’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute. The deadline …

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Congrats to Jean Lee, Alicia Patterson Foundation fellowship winner

AAJA-Asia member Jean Lee, Seoul bureau chief for the Associated Press, is a 2014 recipient of the Alicia Patterson Foundation grant, American journalism’s oldest writing fellowship. The program — created in 1965 in memory of Alicia Patterson, editor and publisher of Newsday — helps top journalists pursue in-depth reporting on national and international issues. The new …

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Journalism fellowships at the Reuters Institute, University of Oxford

Reuters Institute is taking applications for its 014/15 Journalism Fellowship Programme at Oxford University. Applicants must have a minimum of 5 years’ experience in journalism and good spoken and written English. The programme enables visiting journalists from around the world to conduct research in Oxford. Fellowships currently available include the Thomson Reuters Foundation Fellowships, Gerda Henkel Fellowship in …

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Apply for the Asia Journalism Fellowship in Singapore

The Asia Journalism Fellowship is open for applications now until October 25. The fellowship brings around 15 journalists from across Asia to Singapore for three months, March 17 to June 6 in 2014. Supported by Temasek Foundation and Nanyang Technological University, AJF fully sponsors fellow’s participation. Fellows are based at NTU’s Wee Kim Wee School …

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