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Announcing the 2011-12 Knight-Bagehot Fellows

May 02, 2011

Ten Knight-Bagehot Fellows in economics and business journalism have been named by the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism for the 2011-2012 academic year. They include journalists from The Financial Times, The Dallas Morning News, Austin American-Statesman, Thomson Reuters, Dow Jones Newswires and WNYC Radio.

The mid-career fellowships provide full tuition and a living stipend of $50,000 for experienced journalists to take graduate courses at Columbia's Schools of Business, Law, and International and Public Affairs. Fellows also attend special seminars at the Journalism School led by scholars and business experts during the nine-month program, which begins in August. The program is open to journalists with at least four years of experience.

"These journalists represent the best and brightest in business journalism," said Terri Thompson, director of the program. "We look forward to welcoming them for a rigorous program of study here at Columbia."

This year's fellows:

  • Lisa Chow, WNYC Radio
  • Thomas Gryta, Dow Jones Newswires
  • Noa Kolp, Israel's Globes newspaper and Channel 10
  • Anora Mahmudova, Financial Times
  • Hajime Matsuura, Japan's The Sankei Shinbun
  • Dave Michaels, The Dallas Morning News
  • Karla Palomo, Fox News Network
  • Asher Price, Austin American-Statesman
  • Andres Schipani, Financial Times
  • Nick Tattersall, Reuters

 

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