Welcome to the ASU Cronkite Hubert H. Humphrey Fellows’ blog. Here you will find stories told by the Humphrey Fellows about their time here in the U.S. from their own unique cultural perspectives.
This year, 14 fellows from 13 different countries including Albania, Bangladesh, Belize, China, El Salvador, Hungary, Pakistan, Russia, Sierra Leon, South Korea, South Sudan, Uganda, and the West Bank will be here. Our largest cohort yet!
For over a decade, the Cronkite School in partnership with the U.S. State Department and the Institute of International Education, brings accomplished, often award-winning, mid-career professionals from emerging democracies to the United States for an intensive, 10-month academic study and professional experience.
The Cronkite School is currently the only journalism and mass communication school in the U.S. to host a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship.
At the Cronkite School, fellows pursue studies, receive leadership training and forge professional affiliations with journalism and public relations organizations in Arizona and across the nation.
Fellows live in downtown Phoenix, participate in academic study at ASU, develop professional affiliations and friendships, receive mentoring from Cronkite faculty and experience a rich cultural immersion into American life.
To learn more about the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship at ASU click here