The Nieman Foundation at Harvard University has selected 25 journalists from around the world to participate in its annual fellowship program. Fellows will be able to attend classes of their choice at Harvard and participate in workshops and seminars on topics like narrative writing, video editing, and computer-assisted reporting.
The three Latin Americans selected for the Fellowship include:
They plan to study diverse topics, including the relationship between reporting and power, human rights issues, international law, and using collaboration to promote transparency. Morris and Vega are the 2011 John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Latin American Nieman Fellows
For more information on the 2011 program, see the Nieman Foundation’s announcement.