The Ontario Confederation of University Faculty Associations is psyched to announce the fourth once-a-year Mark Rosenfeld Fellowship in Better Education and learning Journalism.
Valued at $10,000, the Fellowship is supposed to assist deal with the lack of informed investigative reporting on Canadian higher education concerns. It provides monetary guidance to individuals wishing to pursue in-depth journalism in this location.
Two widely praised posts have by now been released in The Walrus as a end result of the Fellowship:
Nicholas Hune-Brown’s The Shadowy Organization of Global Instruction explores this growing global university student recruitment market in Canada. Via Hune-Brown’s incisive reporting, the post paints a intriguing, revealing, and about picture of an market rife with exploitation.
“The story of the worldwide pupil is complicated and beneath-examined. It is also vitally significant. The economical help from the OCUFA Fellowship authorized me to adhere with the tale, finally generating the most in-depth, carefully reported tale of my profession.” – Nicholas Hune-Brown, 2019 fellowship recipient
Simon Lewsen and Chloë Ellingson’s Inside the Mental Health and fitness Crisis Experiencing Faculty and University Learners examines the mental wellbeing worries dealing with postsecondary learners, how institutional policies and buildings exacerbate these troubles, and what establishments can do to strengthen supports for learners in psychological distress.
“The OCUFA Fellowship in Increased Education Journalism gave us the time and assets to [research the mental health crisis on campus exhaustively] and, eventually, to craft a piece of longform storytelling that is amongst the most effective we have performed, separately or as a workforce.” – Simon Lewsen and Chloë Ellingson, 2020 fellowship recipients
The Mark Rosenfeld Fellowship in Larger Schooling Journalism is open up to full-time, section-time, and freelance journalists (which includes college students) who want to go after an investigative research challenge in the region of Canadian bigger instruction. Purposes concentrating on any subject inside of this space are welcomed, together with general public coverage, labour relations, the educational labour sector, governance, funding, teaching, research, librarianship and information administration, demographics, training good quality, cost-free speech and tutorial independence, equity and range, Indigeneity, and reconciliation.
The deadline for purposes is March 21, 2022. The Fellowship is valued at $10,000 and administered by OCUFA, with the first half payable at the get started of the job and the 2nd half upon completion. The winner will have to complete and publish and/or broadcast the undertaking inside a year of currently being granted the Fellowship. OCUFA will not exercising any editorial command or judgment about the function developed.
To find out a lot more about the Fellowship and to use, remember to take a look at: https://ocufa.on.ca/awards/journalismfellowship
If you have any inquiries about the Fellowship, the software system, or have to have further information, please get in touch with Ben Lewis at [email protected]