Reynolds Fellowship in Business Journalism

Made possible through a five-year grant from the Donald W. Reynolds Foundation, this annual fellowship is offered to journalists who are U.S. citizens and who report on issues related to the field of business.

Using the unique resources available at Harvard University, the Reynolds Business Fellow will have an opportunity to build real skill in understanding and reporting on complex business issues. Fellows can gain an in-depth knowledge of business finance and economics, make important connections to leaders within the field of business, both within academia and business-related professions, and will become contributing members of the Reynolds Business Journalism Network.

Applications from Reynolds Business Fellowship candidates are reviewed by a committee of Harvard faculty and news professionals, chaired by the Nieman curator. Finalists are invited to Cambridge in late April/early May for interviews as the final step in the selection process.

The Donald W. Reynolds Foundation is a national philanthropic organization founded in 1954 by the late media entrepreneur for whom it is named. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, it is one of the 50 largest private foundations in the United States.

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The deadline for application submission is Jan. 31.

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