Consider a full-time investigative project supported by $65,000 in salary for nine months, plus travel and housing stipends.
The O’Brien Fellowship in Public Service Journalism takes applications from Dec. 1 – Jan. 20 for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Reporters from around the country have used the O’Brien Fellowship to produce great investigative projects annually since 2013. Their journalism has examined deaths of mentally ill inmates in America’s jails, overlooked stumbling blocks facing schools, exploitation of undocumented workers, national homicide trends, a failed mental health system, the dangers of diacetyl, climate change, and more.
Reporters take up residence in Milwaukee, travel as needed, and write from offices in the O’Brien suite in the Diederich College of Communication at Marquette University. They are supported by student researchers, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and faculty.