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Meet the Kiplinger Fellows
The 2010 class of Kiplinger Fellows has been announced. Click here to learn about them and their fellowship projects.


Award-winning Kip projects:
Elizabeth ConleyElizabeth Conley, a 2009 Knight Digital Media Fellow, was a winner in Editor & Publisher’s 2009 Photos of the Year competition, taking first place in the video/multimedia category for her project “In the Shadow of Industry.”

nick georgeNick George, a 2009 Knight Digital Media Fellow, won the video and multimedia categories in the National Press Photographers Association's national monthly contest for his "Agony of the Aftermath" project.


Charlise LyleCharlise Lyles, a 2008 Kiplinger Fellow, won a Clarian Award from the Association of Women in Communications and a first-place Society of Professional Journalists’ award for her Catalyst project.


hank wilson
Hank Wilson, a 2008 Knight Digital Media Fellow, was a finalist in the 2009 Online News Association's online video journalism category for his "No Snitch, No Suspects" project.






The journalism field has radically shifted. But when you’re working endless hours and juggling two or three beats, it can be tough to make sense of it all.

The Kiplinger Program gives you chance to step away from the daily deadlines, explore the digital media world and develop cutting edge skills and approaches.

As a fellow, you’ll learn how to tell powerful online stories that break through the noise and grab attention. Stories that help people understand why in-depth reporting matters more than ever. Stories that make a difference.

You’ll work alongside other award-winning journalists and scholars. You’ll take classes in video production, social media, Web design or a range of other subjects — from economics to creative writing.

You will leave the program with new connections, new ideas, and a compelling online project to take back to your newsroom.

Be a Kip. Be a leader in the digital age.

Want to know more about what it’s like to be a fellow in the Kiplinger Program? Check out the videos on the right.

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The Kiplinger Program in Public Affairs Journalism is helping journalists discover new ways to tell important stories in the digital age. Want to know more about what it’s like to be a fellow in the Kiplinger Program? Check out the three videos above.



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