The Board of Directors of the Northern Short Course in Photojournalism is pleased to announce Sarah Ann Jump is the recipient of the 2017 Michel du Cille Memorial Scholarship. Jump, a 2015 graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology’s photojournalism program, is currently a staff photographer at The Dubois County Herald in Jasper, Indiana. Read more.
2016 Scholarship Winners
Sophia Allison, graduate student at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Collette Carroll, San Diego City College transferring to San Diego State or San Francisco State.
Michelle Chavez, University of Maryland-College Park.
Jennifer Coombes, graduate student at Ohio University.
Jane Cowan, graduate student at Ohio University.
Kelsey Cronin, Boston University.
Cassandra Giraldo, graduate student at Columbia Journalism School.
Harrison Hill, Western Kentucky University.
Michael Owens, Rochester Institute of Technology.
The Board of Directors of the Northern Short Course in Photojournalism are pleased to announce Victoria Sarno Jordan is the recipient of the inaugural Michel du Cille Memorial Scholarship. Sarno Jordan is an Argentine photographer based in Washington, DC, and is pursuing a photojournalism degree at George Washington University while currently interning at NPR. Read More.
The Michel du Cille Fellowships will be ongoing – not just one time – and the long-term goal is to support visual journalism education in developing countries in Africa, Foundation treasurer Frank Folwell told News Photographer magazine today.
The Fellowships are funded by donations made in du Cille’s name to the Foundation by the late photojournalist’s colleagues and friends.
One of the pictures at left shows Michel with his wife Nikki Kahn, a Washington Post photographer.
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