Center for Environmental Journalism UC Boulder Ted Scripps Environmental Fellowship

Named after the late Ted Scripps, the youngest grandson of E.W. Scripps, the one-year, non-degree academic fellowships blend classroom and field training to help environmental journalists broaden their professional skills. As many as five Fellows are funded each year, largely through a donation by Ted's daughter, Cindy Scripps Leising. The school's Center for Environmental Journalism, the first of its kind in the nation, was founded in 1992 under the direction of associate professor Len Ackland, who coordinates the program. The Fellows, selected in a national search, receive a stipend and participate in a wide range of economic, scientific, social and political courses to deepen their knowledge of environmental issues.

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Eligibility: The Ted Scripps Environmental Fellowship Program exposes working journalists to the leading edge of environmental thinking, and ultimately, enriches the public's understanding of this vital subject.

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Fellowship Coordinator, Macky 201, Campus Box 287 Boulder, CO 80309-0287

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