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Humphrey Fellow Andras Petho Publishes Front Page Washington Post Article

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Humphrey Fellow Andras Petho at the Washington Post.

COLLEGE PARK, Md. РWhen Hungarian investigative reporter Andras Petho came to the University of Maryland as a Humphrey Fellow this past year, little did he realize just how life-changing it would be. The whole purpose of the Humphrey Fellowship program  is to give working professionals from around the world Рmost of them journalists Рa chance to learn about state-of-the art professional practices. The program is sponsored by the U.S. State Department at colleges and universities throughout the nation.

Here at Maryland, the Philip Merrill College of Journalism has hosted the Humphrey Fellowship program for many years. It provides “an exchange between the developing world and the United States. An opportunity to form enduring friendships and collaborations,” says Director Serap Rada.

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