Top row: Eric Weiner, Mika Mäkeläinen, Pablo Rosendo Gonzalez
Third row: Dawn Garcia (deputy director), Helen Woods (administrative associate), Olena Prytula, Kelly Scott, Torsten Kjellstrand, Bruno Giussani, Robert Hiaasen
Middle row: Park Yong-Chan, Gail Ablow, Sara Catania, Matt Crenson, James Bettinger (director)
Front row: Barbara Roessner, Bonnie V. Winston, Barbara Brotman, Kay Johnson, Barbara Meyers (program administrator), Kanda Yuki, Lynne K. Varner, Azmat Abbas

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

Azmat Abbas
staff writer/Lahore, The Herald, Lahore, Pakistan (Hearst Foundation Fellow)
Focus: History of Islam and history of conflict resolution

Gail Ablow
freelance television documentary producer, New York
Focus: Environmental science, policy and health

Barbara Brotman
columnist & writer, Chicago Tribune
Focus: Religion and women

Sara Catania
staff writer, Los Angeles Weekly
Focus: Mental illness and criminal law

Matt Crenson
National writer, Associated Press, New York
Focus: Non-archaeological investigations of human prehistory

Bruno Giussani
freelance writer, Zurich, Switzerland (Hearst Foundation Fellow)
Focus: Intersection of technology and society

Pablo Rosendo Gonzalez
special projects editor, Capital Intelectual S.A., Buenos Aires, Argentina (Knight Foundation Latin American Fellow)
Focus: Latin America perspectives on U.S. culture

Robert Hiaasen
features reporter, Baltimore Sun
Focus: Screenwriting and narrative journalism

Kay Johnson
correspondent/Vietnam, Time
Focus: Globalization’s impact on international law

Kanda Yuki
staff writer, Iwate Nippo Co., Iwate, Japan (Fulbright Program Fellow)
Focus: U.S. environmental policies and government-citizen cooperation

Torsten Kjellstrand
photojournalist, Spokane (WA) Spokesman-Review
Focus: The renaissance on Native American reservations

Mika Mäkeläinen
foreign reporter, YLE Finnish Broadcasting, Helsinki, Finland (Koura Foundation Fellow)
Focus: International politics, international conflict management, security policy and U.S. foreign policy

Park Yong-Chan
senior reporter, Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation, Seoul, Korea (Shinyoung Journalism Fellow)
Focus: Future of the U.S.-Korea alliance

Olena Prytula
editor-in-chief and owner, Ukrayinska Pravda, Kiev, Ukraine (Lyle and Corrine Nelson International Fellow)
Focus: Internet-based communications and new media technologies

Barbara Roessner
deputy managing editor, Hartford (CT) Courant
Focus: Art and politics

Kelly Scott
Sunday Calendar editor, Los Angeles Times
Focus: How dramatic license in popular culture shapes our understanding of history

Lynne K. Varner
editorial writer & columnist, Seattle Times
Focus: Evolving political dynamics between African Americans and Hispanics

Eric Weiner
Tokyo correspondent, National Public Radio
Focus: The clash of the modern world with ancient cultures and religions

Bonnie Winston
public safety team editor, Norfolk Virginian-Pilot
Focus: The impact of race, culture and religion on conflict and conflict resolution