Sixth Annual Templeton–Cambridge Journalism Fellowships in Science & Religion
By JOHN TEMPLETON FOUNDATION
Added: Fri, 26 Feb 2010 00:00:00 UTC
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NEW YORK, FEBRUARY 25 – Ten prominent journalists from the United States, the United Kingdom, and China have been selected for the sixth annual Templeton–Cambridge Journalism Fellowships in Science & Religion. Inaugurated in 2004, the fellowships include a program of research and scholarship at the University of Cambridge in England. The 2010 fellows were announced today by the New York office of the Templeton–Cambridge Fellowships, which are funded by the John Templeton Foundation of West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania.
The Templeton–Cambridge Journalism fellows named today are:
* Qanta Ahmed, Contributor, Huffington Post, and Broadcast Commentator
* John Farrell, Freelance Journalist
* Zeeya Merali, Freelance Journalist and Documentary Producer
* Chris Mooney, Science Journalist and Reporter
* Lisa Mullins, Chief Anchor and Senior Producer, BBCâs The World
* Jane Qiu, Correspondent, Nature
* Francis X. Rocca, Vatican Correspondent, Religion News Service
* Carlin Romano, Critic-at-large,Chronicle of Higher Education
* Ron Rosenbaum, Cultural Columnist,Slate
* Peter Scoblic, Executive Editor, The New Republic
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