Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE)
Fellowships for Graduate Journalism Students
Posted on:November 14, 2012
January 11, 2012
The Fellowships at Auschwitz for the Study of Professional Ethics (FASPE) is now accepting applications for a fellowship that uses the conduct of journalist in Nazi Germany as a launching point for an intensive two-week summer program on contemporary journalism ethics. Fellowships include an all-expense paid trip from New York to Berlin, Krakow, and O?wi?cim (Auschwitz) where students will work with leading faculty to explore both journalism history and the ethical issues facing working journalists today. All program costs, including international and European travel, lodging, and food, are covered.
The tentative program dates for FASPE Journalism are May 26 to June 6, 2013.
Completed applications must be received by January 11, 2013. Candidates of all religious, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply.
To apply or to learn more about FASPE, please visit: http://www.FASPE.info
If you have any questions, please contact Thorin R. Tritter, Managing Director of FASPE, at ttritter@FASPE.info.
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