Life of a Fellow
Dispatches from current fellows about their Stanford experience.
How bias works in the 21st Century.
What a dance class at Stanford taught me about destabilization, chaos and journalism.
Journalism, as it is currently celebrated in prizes and taught in universities, is too US-centric.
“Learn the rules like a pro, so you can break them like an artist.” — Pablo Picasso
Healthy habits from my JSK Fellowship year that I’ll take with me back to my freelance life.
How journalism can be more collaborative.
Going into schools to mix street art, journalism and media literacy.
How should we journalists address the growing problem of synthetic media?
News organizations need to be more accessible and transparent to bridge the growing divide between them and audiences.
How the JSK Journalism Fellowship is teaching me to learn to lean on others.
How might understanding a community’s information needs, values, and sources grow audiences and expand reach in historically underserved communities?
There is only one bad thing about JSK Fellowship: One day it ends. How I achieved my goals as a JSK Fellow at Stanford.
How might we improve access and credibility in historically-underserved communities: Diversity, audience engagement, and impact?
How AI can serve as the subject of an investigation or as a reporting tool for journalism.
How the careful use of creative tools can strengthen storytelling.
How we can make cities better by making local news better.
Technology can help illuminate dark corners of political funding in Africa.
Media experts Nic Newman, Rodney Benson, and Heather Bryant discuss how we can improve a media landscape which tends to reserve quality journalism for people who pay for it.
A new partnership between journalists and Stanford machine learning scientists aims to enhance the investigative reporting process. Here’s what we learned so far.
Promoting interactions and viral distribution via immersive, physical experience, collaboration, and social media.
Think of it as Universal Declaration of Human Rights…for information.