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Applications are now being accepted for the Scripps Howard Journalism Entrepreneurship Institute at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University.
The institute, now in its eighth year, is open to journalism instructors who are interested in infusing the concepts and practices of entrepreneurial journalism into their teaching of journalism. The instructors receive fellowships that cover training, transportation, lodging, materials and most meals.
The five-day institute, which runs from June, 2-6, 2019, will immerse participants in the concepts and practice of entrepreneurship. Held at the Cronkite School’s state-of-the-art facility in downtown Phoenix, it will be led by Dan Gillmor, an internationally known speaker and thinker on new media and entrepreneurship. Gillmor will be joined by entrepreneurs, investors and Cronkite faculty.
The program is limited to 15 fellows, who will be competitively selected. Fluency in new media is preferred but not required.
Fellows in previous years have included professors, assistant professors, program directors, adjuncts, and lecturers. We welcome applications from outside the United States, Canada and Mexico, but the institute covers travel only from locations inside North America.
To be considered, candidates must submit an online application, a statement of interest, their curriculum vitae or resume and a letter from their dean or department chair indicating their school’s plans to introduce a class in journalism entrepreneurship within the following academic year. Fellows are expected to return to their accredited institutions to establish or expand courses on media entrepreneurship.
Please note again: An application must include a letter from the dean or director saying that the school will offer an entrepreneurship course within a year. We cannot consider a candidate otherwise.
The deadline for applications is March, 4, 2019 at 11:59 p.m
The institute is made possible through a grant from the Scripps Howard Foundation, the philanthropic arm of The E.W. Scripps Company.