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It’s early still but that doesn’t mean we can’t think ahead. And thinking ahead to the 2013-2014 academic year is what we’re going to do.
If you’re a journalism undergrad or grad student, the AP-Google Scholarship is offering six awards for $20,000 each. The deadline to apply isn’t until February 2013 but that doesn’t mean you can’t get a head start know.
This is especially true because much of the application require online portfolios and digital work so you have nine months to clean up, organize and put your best foot forward.
The AP-Google Journalism and Technology Scholarship Program fosters new journalism skills in undergraduate and graduate students developing projects at the intersection of journalism and technology.
The program is targeted to individual students creating innovative projects that further the ideals of digital journalism. A key goal is to promote geographic, gender and ethnic diversity, with an emphasis on rural and urban areas.
Have you created original journalistic content with computer science elements? Are you thinking up new ways to tell a story with technology? Are you a “techie” who knows how to construct a journalistic story through multimedia? We’re looking for students pursuing studies at the crossroads of journalism, computer sciences and new media. If you’re on the cutting edge of digital media beyond the classroom, this scholarship is for you!
Application materials and requirements are available at the Online News Association.
To get a sense of what they might be looking for, take a look at this year’s winners.
As Google wrote on its blog when the winners were announced:
These students have big plans that range from producing hyperlocal data-driven stories, to developing open-source apps that allow for democratic news gathering and greater collaboration, to data visualization for current events and entertainment, to producing political news games and teaching journalists how to code.
live tweeting from the Lunch keynote. follow us at @the_FJP
Currently at: We know how you feel: Affective Computing
Really really interesting session. Affectiva shows us emotional engagement to online content.
Interesting application of this data: you can see if someone has formed a positive memory with your content.
You can have your emotional reaction captured for their research and get an analysis of your reaction here: web2.affectiva.com
The 2011 fellows are:
- Lucas Timmons, 27, a data journalist and web producer for The Edmonton Journal in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada;
- Laura Amico, 29, founder and editor of Homicide Watch D.C. The site, based in the country’s capitol, covers every homicide in D.C. and includes news, obituaries, profiles, and more;
- Lam Thuy Vo, 26, a multimedia reporter for The Wall Street Journal in Hong Kong who developed Dissecting China’s Housing Market.
Honorable mention was awarded to:
- Denise Cheng, 26, a citizen journalism coordinator for The Rapidian, based in Grand Rapids, Mich.;
- Michael Morisy, 27, an editorial director at TechTarget and web producer for the New England Center for Investigative Reporting at Boston University;
- Alex Wood, 25, a freelance journalist based in London, UK, who has contributed to the BBC.
For more articles related to the MJ Bear Fellows, including more info on the application process, please see Media Bistro