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Class of 1973Top row: PG&E representative, PG&E representative, Harry Press (associate director), PG&E representative, graduate student, Michael Morrison, PG&E representative, John Oravets, Lyle Nelson (director), David Nathan, Standard Oil of California representative, William Greenburg, Charles Hammer, Roberta Hornig, PG&E representative, Christopher Cory, Bruce Benson, Yoshida Toshitaka, Silvio Lancellotti, Alexandre Gambirasio, PG&E representative, Corrie Anders
Front row: PG&E representative, PG&E representative, Mary Beggs (program assistant), PG&E representative, PG&E representative, Mohammad Ibrahim, Wilfredo Espaldon, Edwin Mauel, Eliot Porter, Thomas Harris, Fikri Jufri, Gail Bensinger

Fellows are listed alphabetically, with original titles and employers from their fellowship year.

Corrie Anders
Reporter, Washington Evening Star

Gail Bensinger
Reporter, Congressional Quarterly, Washington, DC

Bruce Benson
Science writer, Honolulu Advertiser

Christopher Cory
National education correspondent, Time, New York

Wilfredo Espaldon
News supervisor, Associated Broadcasting Corp., Philippines

Alexandre Gambirasio
Deputy chief editor, Folha de S. Paulo, Brazil

William Greenburg
Environmental and science editor, Nashville Tennessean

Charles Hammer
Reporter, Kansas City Star

Thomas Harris
Environmental writer, San Jose Mercury News

Roberta Hornig
National environmental reporter, Washington Star

Mohammad Ibrahim
Sub-editor, Kabul Times, Afganistan

Fikri Jufri
Economics editor, Tempo, Jakarta, Indonesia

Silvio Lancellotti
Editor of science, environment, cities, behavior section, VEJA (magazine), São Paulo, Brazil

Kurt Luedtke
Assistant executive editor, Detroit Free Press

Edwin Mauel
Night editor, San Bernadino (CA) Sun

Michael Morrison
Washington correspondent, McGraw-Hill Publications

David Nathan
City Hall reporter, St. Louis Globe-Democrat

John Oravets
Wire editor, Minneapolis Star

Eliot Porter
Environmental reporter, St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Yoshida Toshitaka
Foreign affairs reporter, Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Tokyo, Japan