October 29, 2010, Arlington, VA—The Phillips Foundation is accepting applications for the 2011 Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship Program. Print and online journalists with less than 10 years of professional experience are eligible.
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Robert D. Novak
$50,000 and $25,000 ROBERT NOVAK JOURNALISM FELLOWSHIPS OFFERED BY THE PHILLIPS FOUNDATION FOR 2011
Applications Available for Print and Online Journalists
Washington, DC, November 1, 2010 -- The Phillips Foundation is now accepting applications for the 2011 Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship Program. Print and online journalists with less than 10 years of professional experience are eligible. The Foundation created this program to provide fellowships for projects by journalists who share its mission to advance constitutional principles, a democratic society and a vibrant free enterprise system.
The Phillips Foundation awards $50,000 full-time fellowships and $25,000 part-time fellowships to undertake and complete a one-year project of the applicant's choosing focusing on journalism supportive of American culture and a free society. In addition, the Foundation offers separate yearlong fellowships on the environment, on the benefits of free-market competition, and on law enforcement. There are also Alumni Fund Fellowships funded by donations from current and former Phillips Fellows. Alumni Fund Fellowship winners write one magazine-length article on their topic.
The Foundation awarded 10 fellowships in 2010:
• Aleksandra Kulczuga for “Our Allies and Our Exit Strategy: Poland’s Contribution to the War On Terror”
• Maura O’Connor for “Misguided Benevolence: Three Case Studies in American Aid,” to examine free-market policy alternatives to tackle poverty and instability abroad
• Scott Thomas Anderson for “Shadow People: How Meth-Driven Crime is Eating at the Heart of Rural America”
• Amy Bushatz for “Deployed: The Silent Sacrifice for Freedom and the Destruction of the Military Family”
• Jessica Corry for “Victim Nation: How We Can Rescue Our Children from
America’s Oppression-Inventing, Self-Hating, Overspending, Multi-Billion Dollar Diversity Industry”
• Elise Jordan for “Muslim Girls and Women as Equal Americans: Crimes Against Women Under the Guise of Political Islam and Tribal Custom are a Human Rights Tragedy Abhorrent to American Values and Law”
• David Keyes for “The Impact of Technology on Democratic Dissent”
• William McMorris for “Fraud by Any Other Name: Public Pension Neglect and the Coming Panic”
• Peter Suderman for “Markets in Medicine: The Virtues of Free Enterprise in
Alumni Fund Fellowship
• Thomas Sileo for “The Unknown Soldiers: How the Media Celebrates American Idols and Ignores American Heroes”
For a list of all 94 fellowship winners and their projects since inception of the program in 1994 visit www.thephillipsfoundation.org.
The Foundation is looking for journalism projects which are both original and publishable. The winners will deliver four quarterly writing installments with the potential to be published sequentially in a periodical or as a book.
Applications must be postmarked by February 22, 2011. The winners will be announced next May at an awards dinner at the National Press Club in Washington. The starting date for the fellowships is September 1, 2011. Applicants must be citizens of the United States.
For an application, visit www.thephillipsfoundation.org, or contact: The Phillips Foundation, 1 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 620, Washington, DC 20001. Phone: 202-250-3887. E-mail: email@example.com.