NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute Now Accepting Applications For The Reporting Award

Emily Tan January 23, 2014 0
NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute Now Accepting Applications For The Reporting Award

The Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute of New York University is now inviting applications for The Reporting Award of 2014 for a significant work of journalism in any medium on an under-reported topic in the public interest.

Check out the details below.

In filling out the application below, please be succinct but specific and answer all questions completely. The proposal deadline is February 19, 2014, with a decision expected on or about April 1, 2014. The completed project must be delivered no later than November 1, 2014. The Institute expects that the completed work will be published in a reputable media outlet of wide circulation.

Ineligible to apply are NYU affiliates, NYU graduates with degrees dated 2011 and thereafter, and journalists holding staff positions at established media outlets.

The total award will be provided in the following way:

$2,500 on announcement of the winning proposal; up to an additional $10,000 on completion of the project by its November 1, 2014 deadline and notification of acceptance by the Awards committee.
NYU ID and full online and onsite NYU Bobst Library research and reference privileges.
Workspace at the NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute (It is a wi-fi, fully equipped Multimedia environment, however no personal computer or Audio or video equipment can be issued.)
On completion of the work, the author will be asked to present the work to the NYU journalism community in a mutually agreeable format to be decided and scheduled later.

Before creating your application, please read the Competition Terms of Agreement and Eligibility Requirements carefully.

Please direct any questions to thereportingaward@nyu.edu.

Apply here: journalism.nyu.edu/etc/reportingaward/

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