Despite the pain and disruption of the pandemic, the fellows have continued to pursue ambitious journalism projects since departing MIT.
The fellowship’s goal is to better diversify the ranks of science and health journalists and to foster broader and more inclusive coverage of science.
Due to ongoing risks posed by the pandemic, the program will once again remotely support projects of up to 20 U.S. journalists in lieu of its traditional in-person fellowship.
In light of concerns related to the Covid-19 pandemic, the program will defer its academic fellowships to 2021-22, awarding up to 20 project fellowships in the interim.
The Knight Science Journalism Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is pleased to announce that 10 elite science journalists from four countries have been selected as fellows for the 2017-18 academic year. The KSJ@MIT program, entering its 35th year, brings a selection of the world’s finest journalists to Cambridge, Massachusetts, for an academic […]
Another fellowship year got underway last week as 10 science journalists from around the globe arrived in Cambridge to begin a year of discovery and learning at MIT, Harvard, and beyond.