3 New Senior Fellows to Play Key Roles in IJJ Immigration Program

The Institute for Justice and Journalism has named three new senior fellows who will play key roles in the upcoming IJJ fellowship program, “Immigration in the Heartland: The 2012 Elections and Beyond.” The three are: Vallery Brown , a staff writer for the Oklahoman in Oklahoma...

Deadline tomorrow, Jan. 17, 2012, for journalism fellowship application

Fellowship to Focus on Immigration and the 2012 Elections Deadline Is Jan. 17 for Program at University of Oklahoma The Institute for Justice and Journalism is accepting applications for its 2012 professional fellowship program, which will examine the contentious immigration issues playing...

14 Journalists Chosen for 2012 IJJ Immigration in the Heartland Fellowship

IJJ / UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA’S GAYLORD COLLEGE Feb. 28, 2012 With immigration policy front and center in this year’s political campaigns, 14 journalists have been selected to take part in a fellowship program that challenges reporters to go beyond familiar sound bites and cover ...

2012 Immigration in the Heartland Fellows Announced

"With immigration policy front and center in this year’s political campaigns, 14 journalists have been selected to take part in a fellowship program that challenges reporters to go beyond familiar sound bites and cover the complexities of immigration with depth and context. The...

Immigration Journalism Fellowship Applications Due Feb. 22nd

"The Institute for Justice and Journalism is accepting applications for its 2013 Immigration in the Heartland professional fellowship program, which will focus on children in immigrant families, who count for one in four of all U.S. youngsters. The program will explore the economic and educational...

17 Journalists Chosen for IJJ Fellowships

" Seventeen journalists have been selected for a fellowship program that will focus on the economic and educational challenges faced by children in immigrant families. The Institute for Justice and Journalism will conduct its annual “ Immigration in the Heartland ” program at the...

Revitalization in the Heartland of America: Welcoming Immigrant Entrepreneurs for Economic Development

"A potent combination of declining population growth and economic stagnation has led many cities and metropolitan regions to rethink how to reinvigorate their communities. The Midwest is a prime example of this trend. According to the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, “the Midwest cannot...

Journalists to Focus on Immigrant Children, Families

"One in four children in the United States is an immigrant or the child of immigrants. They are the fastest growing group of American children, accounting for nearly the entire growth in the U.S. child population over the past two decades. The issues faced by immigrant children and their families...

15 Journalists Chosen for Immigration Fellowship

"Fifteen journalists have been selected for a fellowship program that will focus on challenges faced by children in immigrant families and how government policy impacts their lives. The Institute for Justice and Journalism will conduct its annual “Immigration in the Heartland” program...