The Life of a Nieman Fellow
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Since 1938, the Nieman Foundation for Journalism has brought more than 1,700 promising and accomplished journalists from 100 countries to Harvard for a year of study, innovation and experimentation.

From the Curator

From the Curator

Experiment, discover and innovate as a Nieman Fellow at Harvard Read more

Alumni Perspectives

Alumni Perspectives

Hear what fellows say about the impact of their time on campus Read more



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The Nieman Foundation publishes Nieman Reports, a website and quarterly magazine chronicling contemporary challenges and opportunities in journalism; Nieman Journalism Lab, a website reporting on digital media innovation; Nieman Storyboard, a website exploring the art and craft of nonfiction storytelling; as well as a series of print and e-books about current issues in journalism.

Nieman Books
How To Make J-school Matter (Again) Cover

How To Make J-school Matter (Again)

Amy Webb's new approach to curriculum and classroom education

Be the Disruptor Cover

Be the Disruptor

Clayton M. Christensen applies the lessons of disruptive innovation to the media

The Gates of Harvard Yard Cover

The Gates of Harvard Yard

Pulitzer-winning Chicago Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin on Harvard's iconic portals

Telling True Stories Cover

Telling True Stories

Practical craft tips on narrative nonfiction from some of America's leading journalists