News & Notes
News about our program and notes from the directors.
How do journalists do their jobs in the face of danger, and what happens when they can’t fill that role? All of the sessions are now available to watch online.
Journalists from around the country will soon have the opportunity to learn how to analyze millions of traffic stops made by local police departments.
Stanford’s JSK Journalism Fellowships and Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence Initiative join forces
Partnership will help journalists explore the effects of AI on the journalism industry and humanity.
Great people with good ideas come from everywhere.
The new initiative will leverage JSK’s connections, its alumni network, and Stanford University to improve the quality of news and information reaching the public.
The JSK Fellowships organizes activities throughout the year that include partners, spouses and children, including a weekend exploring Monterey on California’s picturesque central coast.
Touched the lives of many international fellows and families
U.S. applicants have until Jan. 31, 2019 to complete their applications. The application deadline has passed for international applicants.
Meet the JSK Fellows, alumni, staff and collaborators who are transforming journalism
Exploring solutions to the most urgent issues facing journalism
Garcia-Ruiz was appointed by Stanford President Marc Tessier-Lavigne. The JSK Board of Visitors provides strategic guidance for the JSK Fellowships.
A diverse group of journalism innovators, entrepreneurs and leaders from around the world will make up the 2018-2019 class of John S. Knight (JSK) Journalism Fellows at Stanford University.
The entire festival was live-streamed and all the videos are available online.
The John S. Knight Journalism Fellowships at Stanford today announced the appointment of veteran technology professional and editorial strategist Karen Wickre to its Board of Visitors.
JSK alumni will experiment with ad-free subscriptions, mobile communities and audience engagement across the U.S., and with digital and video storytelling in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Recently, several members of our staff hosted a Twitter chat to answer some of the questions potential fellows have about the application process and our fellowship program.
Celebrate the 2017 Knight-Risser Prize winners, The Texas Tribune and ProPublica and their story, “Hell and High Water”.
The Texas Tribune and ProPublica Report on Houston’s Flood Vulnerability Wins 2017 Knight-Risser Prize
The deeply reported, interactive project revealed Houston’s severe vulnerability to hurricanes and flooding – and the government’s unwillingness to address the increasingly dire warnings of scientists.
Program for professionals at Stanford University issues call to action for industry.
Cohort of innovators is first to work under ‘Teams and Themes’ framework
Outlier, supported by the Jim Bettinger Innovation Fund, texts high-value information to Detroiters with a focus on renters.