[tabs] [tab title=”ফেলোশিপ-প্রশিক্ষণ-বৃত্তি-প্রতিযোগিতা”] [toggle title=”Joan Shorenstein Center Fellowship at Harvard open”] [bulletlist] Journalists from around the world who are interested in sharing, expanding and researching public policy and political affairs can apply for this fellowship. The Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government is accepting applications for the Joan Shorenstein Center Fellowship. Applicants must be journalists, scholars or policymakers active in the field of press, politics and public policy. English fluency is required. Fellows are required to live in residence for one semester, and will receive a US$30,000 stipend disbursed in four installments over the semester. Travel and living expenses are not covered by the center. Office space, computer, printer and telephone are provided. To apply, send a cover letter, a completed application form, a research project proposal, a curriculum vitae/resume and recommendations. The deadline is February 1.
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[/bulletlist] [/toggle] [toggle title=”Photography contest open”] [bulletlist] Professional and amateur photographers worldwide can participate in this contest.
CheckMySnaps is accepting entries for its photography competition, “The Elements 2013.”
The elements – fire, earth, sky and water – have formed the core of human philosophy for thousands of years. Civilizations have grown with them depending on each of these elements for their survival. Even today, we have grave environmental concerns with each of them.
This contest invites participants to submit photographic interpretations of these elements.
The top three winners will receive Amazon gift cards for US$1,000, US$500 and US$250, respectively. The top five popular entries by public votes will each receive US$50 worth of Amazon gift cards.
The submission deadline is January 16.
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[/bulletlist] [/toggle] [toggle title=”NewsU offers writing course”] [bulletlist] Journalists worldwide can register for this online course. News University, the Poynter Institute e-learning project, is offering the course “Clarity is Key: Making Writing Clean and Concise” December 13 at 2 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Whether stories address simple or complex subject matters, news writing needs to be clear and easily understood. Writing often gets muddled, and sources are not always concise. This webinar aims to help both editors and writers cut through clutter and highlight important content. Course instructor Lisa McLendon will teach participants how to get rid of redundancies, condense prepositional phrases into single modifiers, use stronger verbs and nouns and make complicated sentences clearer. Registration costs US$29.95.
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