Foreign Intrigue

foreign_intrigue

The Journalism Foreign Intrigue Scholarship was established by a UW Journalism alum, and provides financial support for a journalism student to work as an intern reporter at a foreign media organization and to travel after the internship. The donor’s goal is to give journalism students exposure to another culture and a more thorough understanding of journalism and culture.

2013

  • Alysa Hullett -Comunicaciones Aliadas, Lima Peru
  • Devon Geary -Cambodia Daily, Phnom Penh Cambodia
  • Alisa Reznick -Jordan Times, Amman Jordan

2012

2011

  • Imogen Janelle Kohnert – Cambodia
  • Alexis (Lexie) Krell – Reuters/Latin America
  • David Krueger - Sierra Leone
  • Nicholas Visser – Jordan Times

2010

  • Andrew Doughman, Kenya
  • Joanna Nolasco, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
  • Molly Rosbach, Santiago, Chile
  • Lillian Tucker, Sierra Leone

2009

  • Madelyn Fairbanks, Reuters News Service in Lima, Peru
  • Judy Vue, Awoko Newspaper in Freetown, Sierra Leone
  • Chantal Anderson, Beijing’s China Daily
  • Kristin Okinaka, Cambodian Daily (no blog per publication’s request)

2008

2007

  • Michael Carter – Awoko newspaper in Freetown, Sierra Leone
  • Maureen Trantham -  Shanghai, China
  • Tiffany Wan – Jakarta, Indonesia

2006

  • Jason McBride – Phnom Penh, Cambodia

2005

  • Karen Johnson, Cambodia Daily