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Story Publication logo September 27, 2009

Pulitzer Student Fellows report from Honduras, India and Bangladesh


Students at the Pulitzer Center's Campus Consortium member schools were eligible to apply for reporting fellowships of up to $2,000 each and the opportunity to work with the Pulitzer Center staff on an international reporting project. The first three 2009 student fellows have completed their reporting:

Tracy Boyer documented how U.S. physicians, medical students and other volunteers are battling health and hunger issues in rural Honduras. Tracy created an impressive multi-media site to accompany her article in the Daily Tar Heel. Learn more about Tracy's project: Honduras: Fighting Malnutrition.

Sonali Kudva is exploring the implications of privatization of water sources and distribution in Maharashtra, India. Learn more about Sonali's project: India: Water for All?

Stine Eckert traced the role of women in Bangladeshi society on both sides of the power spectrum. Her reporting was featured on The Women's International Perspective. Learn more about Stine's project: Bangladesh: The (Un)Power of Women.

[updated 9/30/09]

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