Columbia University's Charles H. Revson Fellowship

For over a quarter century, The Charles H. Revson Fellowship welcomed promising urban leaders to Columbia University for a unique period of self-development. Each year, the program selects ten Fellows of diverse backgrounds and fields of achievement. These remarkable individuals have made substantial contributions to the New York metropolitan area. The Revson Fellowship enables them to refine their thinking and continue working on urban issues.

Metcalf Institute for Marine & Environmental Reporting Fellowship

NARRAGANSETT, RI –– The Metcalf Institute for Marine & Environmental Reporting has announced the names of eleven reporters who will participate in a Metcalf science seminar to be held July 13-15, 2011. The journalists will participate in a three-day science seminar that will provide an introduction to human impacts on the oceans, including marine pollution caused by plastic debris, water quality, human interactions with marine mammals, and links between oceans and human health.

National Health Journalism Fellowship

A select group of journalists from major news organizations around the country publish in-depth pieces exploring a range of topics. The 22 grant-winning journalists, including Anthony Advincula, gathered for five days in Los Angeles as part of a program administered by USC Annenberg’s California Endowment Health Journalism Fellowships that focuses on health and place.

German/American Journalism Exchange Fellowship, Berlin, Germany

Since 1970, Radio Television News Foundation (formerly known as Radio Television Digital News Association) has awarded more than $1 million in scholarships and fellowships to more than 500 young journalists as part of its mission as the educational arm of RTDNA. Recipients have gone on enjoy careers from reporter, anchor, and news director to White House speechwriter, media regulatory attorney, and journalism educator. 2015/02/25/how-rias-fellowship-changed-my-life/