The Press: Aunt Agnes' Fellows

Choicest assignment any serious-minded newsman can get is a Lucius W. Nieman Fellowship at Harvard. Founded in 1937 by a $1,000,000 bequest from the late Agnes Wahl Nieman, widow of the founder of the Milwaukee Journal, the Fellowships: 1) are open only to newspapermen with jobs; 2) pay each holder an amount approximating his regular salary, plus free tuition; 3) require no academic credits or examinations. Each applicant must satisfy Harvard that he has a definite study plan that will make him more useful to his community, his paper and himself when...

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