Experienced reporters, writers, editors, producers, or program hosts interested in exploring complex systems science more deeply can apply for this fellowship.

The Santa Fe Institute (SFI) is offering a residential fellowship for accomplished reporters with a demonstrated interest in and record of reporting about matters related to complex systems in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

The fellowship term is at least two months and up to six months, which provides an immersive opportunity for fellows to participate in SFI complexity education programs, and to participate in scientific workshops, working groups, offsite meetings such as Business Network Topical Meetings and SFI Short Courses.

A monthly stipend of US$7,000 is provided; this amount includes the cost of housing. Travel reimbursement of up to US$4,000 per six months or US$2,000 per three months is provided so the fellow may participate in one or more SFI-sponsored offsite events.

Journalists from all countries can compete, with a priority given to journalists working primarily in the English language.

Applicants must submit their resume, five past examples of work, a fellowship proposal letter and two letters of recommendation.

The application deadline is Sept. 1.

For more information, click here.

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