Health-e staffer awarded Nieman Fellowship

Health-e staffer awarded Nieman FellowshipHealth-e editor, Sue Valentine has been awarded a Nieman Fellowship for the 2002-2003 North American academic year. She will be part of a group of 12 U.S. journalists and 13 international journalists who will make up the 65th class of Nieman Fellows at Harvard University. Established in 1938, the Nieman program is the oldest mid-career fellowship for journalists in the world. The fellowships are awarded to working journalists of accomplishment and promise for an academic year of study in any part of the university. More than one thousand U.S. and international journalists have studied at Harvard as Nieman Fellows.

Health-e editor, Sue Valentine has been awarded a Nieman Fellowship for the 2002-2003 North American academic year. She will be part of a group of 12 U.S. journalists and 13 international journalists who will make up the 65th class of Nieman Fellows at Harvard University. Established in 1938, the Nieman program is the oldest mid-career fellowship for journalists in the world. The fellowships are awarded to working journalists of accomplishment and promise for an academic year of study in any part of the university. More than one thousand U.S. and international journalists have studied at Harvard as Nieman Fellows.

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Health-e editor, Sue Valentine has been awarded a Nieman Fellowship for the 2002-2003 North American academic year. She will be part of a group of 12 U.S. journalists and 13 international journalists who will make up the 65th class of Nieman Fellows at Harvard University.

Established in 1938, the Nieman program is the oldest mid-career fellowship for journalists in the world. The fellowships are awarded to working journalists of accomplishment and promise for an academic year of study in any part of the university. More than one thousand U.S. and international journalists have studied at Harvard as Nieman Fellows.