The Bulletin is seeking one new Editorial Fellow in each of three subject areas: nuclear risk; biosafety and biosecurity; and artificial intelligence. (We are pleased that our climate change fellow, Chad Small, will return for a second year of the program.)
Bulletin Editorial Fellows have significant experience, an established record of publishing quality work, and recognition as an emerging leader in their respective fields. Fellows will work closely with a designated editor to shape and develop their stories and are expected to produce 4 pieces per year.
The Bulletin’s Editorial Fellows Program is part of an organizational commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion designed to promote a greater variety of viewpoints and lived experiences on the Bulletin’s platform. Underlying the Bulletin’s commitment is a powerful practical reality: A more diverse group of authors who write regularly for the Bulletin will improve the quality and the impact of our journalism.
The term of the fellowship is one year with the possibility of renewal. The Bulletin will provide an honorarium of $750 per published piece.
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