PROGRAM: The foundation is dedicated to increasing mutual understanding between the United States and Europe and has reshaped its program areas to include: exploring changing US-European economic roles; supporting reform in Central and Eastern Europe; building US-European environmental partnerships; and fostering US-European cooperation after the Cold War. In keeping with its program interests, the fund also sponsors the following journalism fellowships: Fellowships for American journalists, for three- week study tours in Germany. Contact Dr. Peter E. Pechel, Auf dem Girzen 4, W-5307 Watchtberg-Pech bei Bonn, FRG; six- to eight-week internships at German media organizations, available through an annual competition from the Arthur Burns US-German Journalist Exchange. Contact the Center for Foreign Journalists, 11690-A Sunrise Valley Dr, Reston, VA 22091; and four eight-week fellowships at Duke University for journalists from Poland and eastern Germany. Contact Dee Reid, Visiting Journalists Program, 4875 Duke Station, Durham, NC 27706.
German Marshall Fund of the United States Media Programs 11 Dupont Circle NW Washington, DC 20036 ATTN: Marianne L. Ginsburg Program Officer, (202)745-3950