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Shorenstein Center announces spring fellows

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The Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy, located at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, has announced five spring fellows.

“We start the spring semester with, as usual, a very strong group of fellows, ranging from experienced journalists — foreign and domestic — to a distinguished journalism educator,” said Alex S. Jones, director of the center.

The five Shorenstein Fellows will spend the semester researching and writing a paper, and interacting with students and members of the Harvard community. Fellows include Bob Calo, senior lecturer at the Graduate School of Journalism at the University of California, Berkeley; Alexis Gelber, Shorenstein Center Goldsmith Fellow and former editor of Newsweek; Wajahat S. Khan, journalist for the English-based daily, Dawn, as well as the monthly Herald, in Pakistan; Neil Lewis, Shorenstein Center Goldsmith Fellow; and Sandra Rowe, Shorenstein Center Knight Fellow and former editor of The Oregonian in Portland.