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Ines Pohl, NF ’05, leaving Die Tageszeitung

Nieman Notes September 11, 2015

Ines Pohl has joined Germany’s international broadcaster Deutsche Welle as a foreign correspondent in Washington, D.C., and will begin her new job in November. A 2005 Nieman Fellow, she has served as chief editor of the Berlin-based German daily Die Tageszeitung, … Read more

Denise-Marie Ordway, NF ’15, joins Journalist’s Resource

Nieman Notes September 11, 2015

Denise-Marie Ordway has joined Journalist’s Resource as a research reporter and editor. An online project of Harvard’s Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy, the site curates scholarly studies and reports. Previously, Ordway covered education for the Orlando Sentinel in Florida … Read more

Nieman announces named fellowships for the class of 2016

News August 25, 2015

The Nieman Foundation today announced all named fellowships for the Nieman class of 2016. These fellowships are supported by foundation grants and endowed funds that provide financial assistance to journalists from the United States and abroad. For the first time, Nieman will award the Anja Niedringhaus Nieman Fellowship for Visual Journalism to documentary photographer Andrea Bruce, whose work brings attention to people living in war and its aftermath as well as the social issues that are sometimes ignored and often ignited in war’s wake. The fellowship honors the memory of 2007 Nieman Fellow and AP photographer Anja Niedringhaus, who was shot and killed while on assignment in Afghanistan in the spring of 2014. Read more

Julius Duscha, NF ’56, dies at age 90

Nieman Notes July 31, 2015

Julius Duscha, a 1956 Nieman Fellow and the first assistant director of Stanford’s journalism fellowship program, passed away in San Francisco on July 2, 2015 at the age of 90. Born in St. Paul, Minnesota, in 1924, Duscha began … Read more