Budding and experienced journalists interested in civil rights reporting can apply for a one-semester fellowship.
The Columbia Journalism School has launched the Ira A. Lipman Center for Journalism and Civil and Human Rights, which will oversee a senior and a junior fellowship in 2018.
Although the fellowship is nonresidential, fellows have access to the resources of the journalism school, are expected to give a public presentation at the school and can mentor students.
The senior fellowship is open to candidates with 10 or more years of journalism experience. The junior fellowship is for those who have fewer than five years of full-time journalism experience.
The deadline is March 31.
For more information on how to apply, click here.