Journalists from nine countries selected for Knight International Fellowship at Stanford University

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Stanford University has selected nine journalists from a total of 222 applications to participate in the 2011-2012 John S. Knight International Fellowships.  They will be joined by 12 U.S. fellows, to be announced early next month.

Judith Torrea, one of nine John S. Knight International Fellows for Professional Journalism

“The projects this year’s Fellows will undertake include making data mining tools more accessible to journalists, developing an online platform for the sharing of Freedom of Information documents and using technology to make Arab governments more accessible and U.S. Mideast policy more transparent,” stated a Stanford press release.

A more detailed account of each of their proposals is available here.